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Congratulations to the following schools that are advancing to the Elementary Battle of the Books District Final: Farmer, Grays Chapel, Level Cross, New Market, Randleman, Seagrove, Southmont, Trindale, and Trinity. The competition is Friday, March 10, at 9:00 am at Randolph Community College. Thank you to all of the media specialists, coaches, students, and volunteers who make this competition possible.

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Public Library Access for Students
The REAL2 (Randolph Educational Access for Limitless Learning) initiative launches on March 1! With their student ID and PIN, students will be able... Read More

See Dr. Gainey's February Interview
In his most recent interview from February, Superintendent Dr. Stephen Gainey updates the plan for converting Uwharrie Middle to a grade 6-12 school.... Read More

Uwharrie Middle to Become 6-12 School
During the December 2016 Board of Education Work Session, a proposal to expand Uwharrie Middle School to a 6–12 school was shared for discussion... Read More

Youth Art Month is March 8-27
The annual Youth Art Month exhibit is March 8-27 at the Moring Art Center of the Randolph Arts Guild on Sunset Avenue in downtown Asheboro. Come see the... Read More

Summer Enrichment at SE Randolph Middle
Summer Enrichment Redefines My Success! will provide transition support to rising sixth and seventh grade students at Southeastern Randolph Middle School... Read More

2017-2018 Kindergarten Registration
Kindergarten registration for the 2017-2018 school year will kick off with a Registration Night at all elementary schools on Tuesday, March 7. See details... Read More

New Middle School Proposed in A-T Zone
The Randolph County School System needs a new middle school in the Archdale-Trinity zone. Archdale-Trinity Middle School and the sixth-grade school that... Read More

Apprenticeship Randolph
There are plenty of workers in Randolph County, but are they ready for the types of jobs that today's economy requires? "Apprenticeship Randolph" will... Read More

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