Mission Statement

Redwood Day cultivates a diverse, inclusive community that engages, prepares, and inspires students to thrive academically, contribute to society, and lead healthy, meaningful lives.

Events

List of 7 events.

  • Dec
    6

    PGA Book Fair

    December 6 - December 9, 2016 The annual PGA Book Fair generates excitement about books, literacy, and reading. It offers opportunities for parents and guardians to purchase books for the Helen Dittmer Library and classroom wishlists and raises funds for the Parents’ and Guardians' Association. Through BookShare, our school community also provides books to local schools' libraries that are suffering from economic hardship and to programs for children in need. The Redwood Day Gallery and Helen Ditmer Library are transformed into a one-of-a-kind bookstore, where parents and students can browse and purchase from a wide selection of fiction and nonfiction books for all ages.
  • Dec
    7

    PGA Book Fair: MS Book Beat

    Don’t miss this great Middle School event including dinner, dessert, student run variety show and special Book Fair Night. This event is student planned, organized and presented. Come and be wow'd!
    MSMPR, Gym, Library, Gallery
  • Dec
    9

    Friday Coffee

    Friday morning coffee has become a popular tradition with Redwood Day parents and members of the faculty and staff. The PGA hosts these casual weekly get-togethers to give people a chance, after dropping off their children, to catch up with one another and chat in the gallery.
    The gallery
  • Dec
    9

    PGA Book Fair End (1/2 Day)

  • Dec
    12

    PGA Meeting (CLOSED- PGA Board Officers only)

    Budget Meeting (CLOSED- PGA Board Officers only)
    The Library
  • Dec
    16

    Friday Coffee

    Friday morning coffee has become a popular tradition with Redwood Day parents and members of the faculty and staff. The PGA hosts these casual weekly get-togethers to give people a chance, after dropping off their children, to catch up with one another and chat in the gallery.
    The gallery
  • Dec
    16

    Winter Concert

    Contact Denise Breland with any questions.
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News

List of 5 news stories.

  • Once Upon A Time...

    by Liz Price Patel, Head Librarian
    Once upon a time, in a magical (and not so far away) land, there lived a band of noble readers who worked tirelessly to bring their passion for books to the children of the realm. Each year, when the wind started blowing cold and the redwoods stood majestic, over the landscape, the children were full of excitement for the coming weeks –
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  • #GivingTuesday

    We have all heard of Black Friday and Cyber MondayTODAY is #GivingTuesday, a worldwide effort that celebrates the culture of giving. A day when people around the world take a moment and give to the causes that are closest to their heart.
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  • Generations Day 2016!

    On Tuesday, Redwood Day School celebrated, Generations Day- a longstanding tradition of inviting grandparents, relatives, and special friends to get a glimpse of what our students experience everyday. It was a wonderful day for all!
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  • Holding Our Children and Community

    by Cheryl Ting, Assistant Head of School
    I’ve worked in schools for over 20 years and it’s still the connection to our students that gets me out of bed every day. I cherish the thousands of connections I’ve had with our students over the years, whether it’s on the playground, in advisory, on the curb, or simply in passing.
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  • Processing the Election With Our Kids

    by John Loeser, Head of School
    Many members of our community walked into Redwood Day this morning raw with a range of strong emotions from last night’s election results. Schools around the nation have been grappling today with how to help students absorb what has taken place and its impact on us individually and collectively.
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