Published On: Thu, May 1st, 2014

Four more school days left for the Class of 2014

RANDOLPH — The school days for the 2013 / 2014 school year at Randolph Public Schools are limited.

The last few weeks of school include a number of events.

Students will be recognized at a potluck honors night at 6 p.m. on May 6. This is also the last day of school for the seniors.

On Saturday, May 10, at 2 p.m. 27 seniors will graduate from Randolph High School.

The last day of school for K-11 grade is scheduled for Tuesday, May 20. Students will dismiss at 1 p.m. that day.

Spring sports are winding down.

The high school track team will go to the Norfolk Classic on May 1 and the Lewis and Clark Invite on May 3. Randolph will host a track invite on May 8.

The D-3 District Track Meet will be on May 14 at Hartington, and the NSAA State Track meet is on May 23-24 in the Omaha-Burke Stadium.

The varsity golf team will go to the Pierce Invite on May 3, the Lewis and Clark Tournament in Homer on May 5 and the Stanton Invite on May 9. Randolph will host a golf invite on May 12.

District golf is being hosted by the Clearwater Orchard school at Summerland Golf Course on May 19. State golf is scheduled for May 28-29 in Kearney.

The junior high track team will travel to Creighton on May 2 and will host a triangular in Randolph on May 6.


The Randolph elementary school’s Spring Fine Arts Show will by on May 1. The evening will begin at 6:30 p.m. with an art show of the student’s work. The art show will be followed by a music concert, which will include a drama presentation by the fifth and sixth grade students.

On May 15, kindergarten through sixth grade students will be going to the Henry Doorly Zoo. The students read 11,144 books and were the winners of the zoo reading contest.

A family movie night sponsored by REF (Randolph Elementary Friends) will be held Friday, May 16, with Saturday, May 17, being the rain date. At the football field around dusk a movie will be shown. There is free admissions with a concession stand available. Attendees should bring blankets and lawn chairs.

Finally, the Randolph Public School Staff will be putting together a team for the Relay for Life on May 30. If anyone would like to purchase a luminary for a loved one, they are available at the elementary school and at the high school. The cost for a luminary is $10. For more information, stop by or call the elementary school at 402-337-0385 or the high school at 402-337-0252.

School will resume on Aug. 14 for K-12 students.