New Tech Display in the Library by our volunteers, Patti and Jean
1. We need to teach students the skills they will need to be successful in a world that will change more and more rapidly, and be more and more unpredictable.
2. Today's students are digital natives and obtaining information without using technology is absurd to them.
3. The library/media center is a gathering place for students to collaborate and learn together.
4. The library/media center will serve as the nexus between the students, the world around them, and the skill sets they need to be successful.
5. The curriculum and interests of the students determine the books and resources that are in the library.
Randolph High School Alumni now have their own page!
Find digital versions of yearbooks, MP3's of graduation speeches, photos, links, and other resources.
If you would like to include links or other resources for alumni, please email me.
For Research, Projects, Word Processing, Library Books
Mornings: 7:00 am to Homeroom
Afternoon: Dismissal to 3:15 pm
Tour of the Randolph High School Media Center. Go to "full view" from menu in top right hand.
Students can access the library's collection of ebooks by logging onto Destiny and choosing "Electronic Book (ebook)" from the "Material Type" drop down menu.
En nuestra biblioteca tenemos muchos libros escritos en espanol.
Algunos ejemplos son:
Did you love a book and want to read more books like that from other authors?
Check out NoveList! It will give you recommendations for future reads based upon books that you love. (Use remote sign in username and passwork for EBSCO if not in school)
ANCESTRY.COM U.S. DOCUMENTS
Through a grant from Ancestry.com, Randolph High School now has access to original and primary documents in its U.S. Collection. Great for researching your family or primary documents for history classes.
Access only from within the high school. No password needed.