Welcome! The Randolph Heights PTA is a local PTA unit organized under the authority of the Minnesota Congress of Parents, Teachers, and Students (MNPTSA), and the National Congress of Parents and Teachers – the National PTA. It is a separate nonprofit entity from the school or the Saint Paul Public Schools.
The Randolph Heights PTA is dedicated to serving the students, families, teachers, and staff of Randolph Heights School. To this end, the three main priorities of the Randolph Heights PTA are:
In recent years, the PTA has funded the Northern Clay residency, developed the enhanced music curriculum, replaced the playground equipment, created a library quasi-endowment, and provided significant financial support for ongoing activities, such as teacher appreciation, field trip and Eagle Bluff support, Accelerated Reader fees, and school-wide events, recognitions, and celebrations.
If you are a parent or caregiver of a child at Randolph Heights, welcome! We want EVERYONE to be able to be involved, and so every member of our community is automatically a member of the PTA. We hope to see you in so many ways — at a meeting or event, volunteering in the classroom or on a field trip, as part of a committee, or at a fundraiser. Your involvement is invaluable — it shows the children how much you value their education and that you support our school in providing it.
OUR MISSION, VISION AND VALUES
PTA members worked with teachers and staff to clarify our Mission, Vision, and Values.
Learning from the Past, Preparing for the Future
Welcome to a school where every student is inspired, challenged, and cared for by exceptional educators and staff. Welcome to a school where your family is respected, valued, and celebrated. Welcome to a school with a community united, strong, and prepared for an exceptional future. Randolph Heights Elementary: Welcome to your school!
At Randolph Heights, we value:
Lesley Lavery, President
Kristin Fischer Rosel, Vice President
Katie Stromberg, Treasurer
Chris Junnila, Secretary
Officer positions are held for 2 years, except for president and vice president, which are a collective 2-year term. The VP rolls into the president the second year of their term.
Our neighborhood school has strong ties to the community for more than 100 years, and is made even stronger by dedicated parents and families.
When the new building opened in 1916, Randolph Heights School was meant to change its name to Finch, and “Finch” was originally on the building as its official name. But it never stuck.