Randolph offers a full range of counseling and health education.
The health and counseling needs of the Randolph community are served by a full-time registered nurse, a full-time licensed counselor and a part-time child and adolescent psychiatrist.
The School clinic is staffed by a registered nurse during school hours to assist students as needed with illness, minor injuries and necessary medications.
The school counselors work with students, parents, teachers and administrators to address students’ academic, emotional, social and behavioral concerns. Contact with counselors may be initiated by staff, parents or students themselves, and may involve individual students or groups.
The school counselors and school nurse provide a variety of health education classes for Randolph students. These range from lessons in making and keeping friends for younger children, to classes addressing substance abuse, eating disorders, and time and stress management for older students. The staff brings in outside professionals, many of them members of the Randolph community, to assist with specialized topics. Our health curriculum is designed to address topics at the developmentally appropriate time in the lives of our K-12 children.