Twelve students from Randall participated in the Gateway Sumo Bot Competition on April 30th at the iMET campus in Sturdevant. Middle school and high school teams were eligible to participate. This year there were 30 robots at the competition, with some schools bringing as many as 5 from their school. Randall brought 2 robots, both […]
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Sign-up for the 2015 Twin Lakes-Randall Summer Recreation Program will be Wednesday May 27, from 5 to 7 p.m. in the small gym at Randall School. The program is open to all students. Here is a full list of offerings and times.
Six school districts competed in the Modern Woodmen of America Speech Contest on April 20 (Randall, Washington-Caldwell, Walworth, All Saints Catholic, St. Joseph’s, and Stone Bank). Prior to this contest, the students had already won first or second place in their local level contests. This year, students had to prepare presentations with the theme: An […]
Sixty students and 12 adults from Randall, Riverview, Lakewood, and Brighton schools traveled to Washington DC April 26-28. The trip included visits to: the Smithsonian museums, the National Archives, Mt. Vernon, the National Cathedral, the National Zoo, the Crime Museum, Arlington National Cemetery, the Holocaust Museum and monuments.
Randall School participated in the 2015 Modern Woodmen’s School Speech Contest. This year’s contest topic was: “An interesting landmark”. Twenty-seven students at Randall, grades 6-8, competed in this competition during the first round. Round 2 consisted of 6 finalists: Lauren Christensen, McKinley Boyle, Shane Vacala, Kaldan Kopp, Elli Zerr, and Kimmy Zender. First Place was […]
Note: This post sponsored by Mielke Stair Company LLC. — DH The following students have been named to the Randall School honor roll for the second trimester of the 2014-15 school year: 7th Grade Straight A’s: Jordan Roszko, Shane Vacala, Claire Vozel. High Honors: Quinn Adamek, McKinley Boyle, Tatiana Cordova, Rachel Fraley, Alfred Hodges, Andrew Kovnat, Erin Meinken, […]
Randall School’s first annual Shamrock ‘n’ Run took place Saturday. The event attracted over 300 participants and raised money through the school’s PTC to be used for art, music and physical education programs. Here is some video of the start of the event:
Randall School hosted the Dance the Drugs Away dance on Feb. 6 from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Students from Randall, Wheatland, and Riverview schools were admitted to the dance at the reduced price of $2 because of a $250 grant Randall wrote. This mini-grant, through the Greater Kenosha Community Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Awareness Committee, was […]
Randall School will have 15 students who will have their works published in the 2014-2015 Southern Lakes Anthology. The theme this year was EXPRESSIONS. Students, grades 4 through 8 were eligible to submit works in any of the 5 genres: Prose, Poetry, Illustrated Writing, Cartoon, or Art. Each school is allowed to submit 24 pieces for […]
Randall School’s Shamrock ‘n’ Run — benefiting the art, music and physical education programs — will take place March 14. The run will start at 10 a.m. at Twin Lakes Country Club in Twin Lakes. Cost is $20 for students (from any school) 18 and under, and $35 for adults. Children 3 and under free (no amenities […]
The Randall School 7th Grade Gifted and Talented students did a community service project in December, collecting batteries for children at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin. The collection took place from Dec. 1-5, with a small contest for the classes. The two classes that collected the most batteries (K-3 and 4-8) received a $25 gift card from […]
Randall School’s registration for 4-year-old and 5-year-old kindergarten will be Tuesday, Feb. 10 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Registration will be held in the junior high lobby of Randall School. Parents are required to bring their child’s original birth certificate, up-to-date immunization info and proof of residency if this is a first child at Randall. […]
The Cat’s Pajamas-Vocal Band, a high energy male a cappella group based out of Branson, MO, will be performing at Randall Consolidated School on Friday, Jan. 30, at 7 p.m. as part of their eighth annual Music in Schools Tour. This tour brings student choral clinics, school assemblies, and evening shows to communities across the nation in an effort to […]
Randall School conducted its annual Geography Bee on Tuesday, Jan. 13. Ten finalists from grades 4-8 competed. The Randall winner of the 2014-15 competition is Keenan Wiley, a seventh grader. The second place finisher was Ana Bishop, a 6th grader, and third place going to Blake Zager, grade 7. The school bee, where students answered […]
Select 7th and 8th grade instrumentalists and the 6th-8th grade Music Excel students from Randall School were invited for the third year in a row to perform for customers at Southridge Mall. Music Excel students, under the direction of Katy Diaz, performed songs from their recent winter concert. The instrumentalists, under the direction of Jenny Vanderloop, […]
Randall School Art Excel students got a chance to take part in a Christmas act of pure generosity. A staff member at Randall School baked and donated all the needed supplies to make 10 gingerbread houses in the weeks prior to Christmas. The Art Excel students, grades 4-8, were able to decorate a house as […]
Note: This post sponsored by Complete Water Systems. — DH The following students have been named to the Randall School honor roll for the first trimester of the 2014-15 school year: 7th Grade Straight A’s: McKinley Boyle, Shane Vacala. High Honors: Quinn Adamek, Alfred Hodges, Faith Hoogewind, Mitchell Kocken, Andrew Kovnat, Caleb Massarelli, Erin Meinken, […]
Randall School students put a personal touch on Veteran’s Day this year. When our veterans visited Randall to be honored on Nov. 11 with lunch and a school-wide assembly, they will also received hand-made bookmarks crafted by students at Randall. “Lest we forget” was printed on each bookmark, appropriately printed on the score from America the Beautiful. A poppy, […]
Middle School Leadership was held on Friday, Oct. 17 at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. This conference is open to schools in Southeastern Wisconsin who are members of the Whitewater TAG Network. This year, 30 schools, over 130 students, participated in the day-long event. This year’s them was: “Don’t just hear the voice, Be the voice!” Students […]
Randall School is once again hosting a Veterans Day Lunch and Assembly on Tuesday , Nov. 11. New this year, when the veterans come to Randall there will be a photo booth. Each veteran will get a photo to commemorate the day’s events. In addition each veteran will receive a hand-made bookmark crafted by students at […]
Randall School is the recipient of a 2014-15 ATOD $250 Mini Grant offered by the Greater Kenosha Alcohol, Tobacco, and Other Drugs Awareness Committee. This grant was written by students Lauren Christensen, McKinley Boyle, and teacher Karen Reddin. This mini grant — “Dance the Drugs Away” — will be used to sponsor a drug-free dance. This […]
Lakewood PTO and Randall PTC will present “Ghouls United” on Oct. 24 from 5 to 8 p.m. The parent-teacher organizations from the two schools have joined together and will be offering a fun and free community Halloween event to be held in Lakewood’s parking lot. Activities will include: music, costume contest, parade, prizes, candy and much more. More information here.
Carson Doty was the winner of the Greater Kenosha ATOD slogan contest for this year’s contest. Carson is an 8th grader at Randall School. The winning slogan was: “Being Drug Free … Oh The Possibilities.” Carson won the contest, up against approximately 2,400 other entries. Pat Demos from the Greater Kenosha ATOD Awareness Committee came to […]
A Culver’s Night on Oct. 14 at the Culver’s Restaurant in Burlington will help the Randall Student Council sponsor a veteran for an Honor Flight. Culver’s will give 10 percent of the sales that night at the Burlington location to Randall Student Council. Hours of the fundraiser are 5 to 8 p.m. Honor Flight Network is […]
Randall School Student Council is proud to announce the election of their new board for the 2014-2015 school year. They, along with 24 additional members, are focused on providing leadership within the school, promoting good school spirit, and being the voice of the student body. In addition, this student run organization sponsors Wildcat Wednesdays (spirit […]
Randall School Board electors passed a property tax levy Monday that showed no increase. The $4,319,627 levy was the same as last year’s. The levy was approved without dissent at Monday’s district annual meeting. At the annual meeting, all present residents of the district may vote on certain items such as the tax levy. Local […]
The Wisconsin School Music Association recognized Kaldan Kopp, now a 6th grader at Randall Consolidated School, for his submission to the 2014 WSMA Composition Project. Kaldan completed this composition as part of his work in the Gifted and Talented music program during his 5th grade year. His original composition was titled, “Artist”.
Randall PTC hosted its 2nd Annual ‘Back to School’ Carnival today at the school. The event included indoor and out doors came and activities for the whole family. There also was food for sale and a back sale. The Randal Fire Department had a firetruck on hand for close up inspection. The event raised over $6,000 for the […]
This Saturday will be Randall PTC’s 2nd Annual ‘Back to School’ Carnival from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. There will be a bake sale, games and outside activities for the whole family. Twin Lakes Fire Department will be there for the kids to tour a firetruck. Lake Geneva Meat Co’s hot dogs & brats, and snacks will be […]