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Katy Independent School District

James E. Randolph Elementary

​​About Us​

​School Colors: sage green, tan, white

School Mascot: Retrievers

School Motto: "Wag More, Bark Less"

Our Core Values: Reaching Excellence Through Respect, Innovation, Enthusiasm, Valuable Experiences, and Rigorous Student expectations!

Randolph Elementary will open in August 2014 in Cross Creek Ranch located in Fulshear, Texas. The school was named after James (Jim) E. Randolph. Coach Randolph was a beloved PE teacher who opened Roosevelt Alexander Elementary in Katy ISD in 1998 and impacted the lives of every RAE student until the spring of 2013 when he lost his battle with cancer. What made this man so special is the way he treated every student who entered the gym for his PE class and the relationships he built with not only students, but the entire community. He took a special interest in EVERY child, knew EVERY child by name, pointed out special talents in EVERY child, and made EVERY child feel loved, honored, and appreciated. He taught children the importance of hard work, respect for others, and most of all to persevere no matter the circumstances.

This is our hope for every child who attends Randolph Elementary. We want every child to feel included, honored, loved, appreciated, and special. We want to build relationships with our community and for them to feel welcome and a part of the learning process and environment at JRE. We strive to use innovative, cutting edge instructional strategies to engage our students and prepare them for the future. We will "Unleash the Potential" of every child who attends Randolph Elementary!


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