April Newsletter

RHS 2023

A Visit with Congresswoman Pressley

Congresswoman Pressley visited the Turner Free Library on May 15th to celebrate the Bookmobile Project. The Bookmobile project has a lot to do with the schools and we are so excited to partner with this program in order to bring library services to our elementary and middle schools with this outreach vehicle!

Two RHS students, Maryam Barry and Miphaella St. Lot, attended and spoke with Congresswoman Pressley; they were incredible and represented our school district with poise, passion and strength. They also gave a beautiful shout out to Ms. Lane and the environment she creates in the RHS library and Mr. Morales!

Congratulations to Those Art Students Selected for Law Day!

Over the course of the last month, the Art 2 classes explored topics surrounding advocacy, protest, social justice, heroes and leaders. The work of eight of the students has been selected to represent Randolph High School for Law Day on May 4, 2023. Greg Izedonmwen placed first &

Tajmar Mckenzie placed second.

Selected artists include:

Daniel Lugo, Jaden Cannon, Jayson Glenn, Chrystyna King, Richenei Pierre Paul, Isaiah Michel, Greg Izedonmwen, and Tajmar Mckenzie.

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NHS Induction Ceremony

On Tuesday, April 25th, seventeen new members were inducted into the National Honor Society. The National Honor Society is a program that empowers and equips students with the knowledge and skills to be transformative leaders in their school, community and beyond. In addition, it provides a necessary bridge between students and school leaders–helping to engage and hear what students think, feel, and need.

The following students were inducted into Randolph High School’s Joseph W. Daly chapter.

Tina Cao ‘24

Lily Dinh ‘24

Francia Duplessys ‘24

Yasmine Elkhamlichi ‘24

Nayah Idama-Ogagan ‘24

Angel Le ‘24

Nathan Scott ‘24

Ava Tagen ‘24

Chloe Ackles ‘25

Zachary Ching ‘25

Avalyn Huynh ‘25

Chris Huynh ‘25

Lena Nguyen ‘25

Michelle Phan ‘25

Aland Tran ‘25

Vincent Vo ‘25

Gavin Vu ‘25

Additionally, the National Honor Society congratulates the 2023 Honorary Member, Mr. Bayliss who was hand selected by the members of the National Honor Society. We also wish the best of luck to our graduating members; Divine Eche (Secretary of NHS), Molly Forman, Isabella Luu (President of NHS), and Khanh Nguyen (Treasurer of NHS).

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Community Clean-Up Day

The ILC and Transition Program got together for the April 7th half-day for their Community Day. Students took part in an RHS community clean-up. Groups of students and staff picked up trash at Randolph High School and the surrounding areas.
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Transition Students Hard at Work!

Transition students started working at the Stoughton YMCA's Community Market. The Post Grads fulfill and bag clients' orders, stock the storage room, and interact with the clients. Thank you to the RPS Transportation Department for letting them use a van to get to work!

Juniors and Seniors Invest in Stock Market Game

Teams of Students in Mr. Healy's and Ms. Tibert's classes have been investing in NYSE and NASDAQ traded stocks and mutual funds by participating in a 4-moth long Stock Market Game,

Students have diligently researched stocks, looking at and sometimes calculating performance indicators such as Return on Investment (ROI), Price-to-Earnings Ratio (P/E), Quarterly Earnings Reports and change over time.

Additionally, students have developed an understanding of how industry news (think Elon Musk and twitter) can cause volatility in the stock market.Many invested in brands and companies they knew while others ventured into markets and industries previously unknown.

Team Bullship (consisting of Huy Nguyen, Vitor Lopes dos Santos, Alex Portillo Paul. and Leticia Santana) came in 13th out of 1652 teams, while Team Blue Devil Asset Management (consisting of Jayson Glenn, Joyce Caliyah Cobs-Francis, and Anaya Osagie) placed 30th.

Congratulations to all participants of such an authentic learning experience!

School to Careers Events

17 RHS students attended the spring MIT: Futures in Electrical and Computer Science Conference on April 6, 2023. They watched a variety of presentations given by Massachusetts Institute of Technology students on topics such as the Bayes Theorem, Cochlear Implants, RNA Sequencing, and more! This intellectual field trip was packed with bright, eager college students sharing their knowledge. It was an eye-opening and wonderful trip for our students!

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In Library News...

Our Graphic Novel Challenge is underway from now until May 16th! Students who wish to participate must read three graphic novels (manga accepted). For each book, they must illustrate their favorite character or scene and email each picture to Ms. Lane by May 12th. Students who meet the requirements will be invited to an engaging book talk in the library (May 16th) and receive a special surprise! Sign up today on the Google Sheet provided or in the library. See Ms. Lane for more details!


Randolph High School has crowned it's winners of the RHS BUILD Business Plan Competition! Tricia Huynh and Skylar Nguyen are 9th graders who are enrolled in the BUILD year one course this year. Their presentation pitch for "Hot Fluff" narrowly earned them first place at RHS and the opportunity to compete in the Boston Regional Semi-final BPC to be held on May 3rd at Suffolk University in Boston. These students were selected to compete in the final four top projects among all of the RHS BUILD classes on April 27th. Well-deserved congratulations go to them and the other finalists who advanced to the final four! We look forward to them representing RHS well in the rest of the competition.