John Randich, Jr. became a dean at Joliet Central in the fall of 2005. Previously, he served as a faculty member in the special education department and was an assistant baseball coach.
Dean Randich stresses three important points when he meets with parents and/or students. One, he expects students to be on time and in attendance every day. Two, students are to be prepared for every class. Wearing Identification Cards, having supplies and books, class work completed and a willingness to learn are all important steps successful students take to be “prepared for class.” Lastly, students are expected to follow all directions while at school or school sponsored activities.
Dean Randich encourages students to take advantage of the many opportunities Joliet Central has to offer. He believes Joliet Central is a great place for students to learn and become successful and productive young adults. If you would like to speak to him and share a comment, concern, or pose a question, feel free to contact him in his office at 815-727-6712.