Reaching the Whole Child

Supporting Military Children and Families

Randolph Field Independent School District

Randolph Field Independent School District is located on Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph in Universal City, Texas, and has proudly served military families for more than sixty years. Randolph Elementary School's song says it best: "Our parents serve the nation, our school reflects the best." Among the United States military, our district enjoys an excellent reputation for meeting the academic and social-emotional needs of children. Military-connected families trust Randolph Field Independent School District, as more than 65% of our families choose our schools even though they live in other school districts, often quite a distance away. Our district understands the unique pressures and demands faced by today's military families and we consistently go the extra mile to support our students and families.
Military Dependents: 90+%

African American: 19%

Hispanic: 22%

White: 44%

Asian: 3%

Pacific Islander: 1%

Two or More Races: 10%

Mobility Rate: 25%

Focus on Social-Emotional Learning

Randolph Field ISD is committed to reaching the whole child. Thanks to a history of dedication to excellence and supported by past Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) grants, Randolph Field ISD has ensured students meet success academically, and we continue to improve our practices around teaching and learning.

  • Students will demonstrate increased social-emotional wellbeing
  • Families will participate in support activities
  • Student discipline referrals will decrease
  • Strategy 1: All campuses at Randolph Field Independent School District will sponsor student support programs designed to increase students' social-emotional wellbeing to include character education programs such as The Leader in Me, leadership building programs such as Sean Covey's The Seven Habits of Highly Effective Teens, and community service opportunities such as the development of peer tutoring programs at each of the three campuses.
  • Strategy 2: All campuses at Randolph Field Independent School District will provide opportunities for children and parents designed to support military families to include a trained professional to work with Randolph Field ISD families experiencing difficulties transitioning, deployment, or divorce, as well as families under stress due to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or other medical conditions.
  • Strategy 3: All campuses at Randolph Field Independent School District will implement a behavior management system such as the implementation of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) program.

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