Mission Statement

Redwood Day inspires students to reach for their next challenge, embrace differences
and develop the intellectual and emotional courage to be ready for anything.


Events

List of 7 events.

  • May
    21

    Spring Social for BIPOC Heritage Families

    Please join us for a special event for BIPOC Heritage families, co-hosted by Redwood Day and the PGA Prism Committee. We hope that BIPOC Heritage families will attend this Spring affinity gathering for children and adults. Please RSVP HERE: -> https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1jQrNm-TUHe5B7SLbwsoo702FYNlzP-bNe1p-mgrb2-4/edit. Attendee Details & COVID Protocols - Advance RSVPs: -> https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1jQrNm-TUHe5B7SLbwsoo702FYNlzP-bNe1p-mgrb2-4/edit are required. - Event will take place outdoors. Masks are recommended. - Attendees must be vaccinated or provide proof of a negative rapid antigen test taken the day of the event. Parents/Guardians who have already uploaded proof of COVID-19 vaccination do not need to complete it again. Please complete this form to upload a copy of a negative rapid antigen test prior to the event. - No further action is required for current Redwood Day students. Please contact Meredith Spencer, Director of Equity and Inclusion for more information.
    Redwood Day Lower School Playground
  • May
    26
  • Jun
    1

    Middle School Activity

  • Jun
    1

    White Antiracist Guardians (WARG) Meeting

    Please join us for the next meeting of the White, Anti-Racist Guardians (WARG) group. We’re going to explore a bit about the spectrum of anti-racism, where we feel we are on our path, and ways that we can bring our kids along with us on our journey. Parents/guardians who can only join us for part of this are welcome - the struggle to get our kids into bed is real! This parent/guardian group is modeled after our White, Anti-Racist Educators (WARE) group for faculty/staff. WARG is for white-identifying adults committed to fighting for racial and social justice. Registration information will be included in the Redwood Day Weekly. Please contact lead facilitators, Jo Ilfeld and Diana Pasquali or Meredith Spencer, Director of Equity and Inclusion with questions.
    Zoom
  • Jun
    3

    Thank You Breakfast

    All parents and guardians are invited to come for a breakfast spread. It's the School's way of honoring YOU, our amazing volunteers!
    Under the tent in the back of the main parking lot
  • Jun
    9

    Last Day of School/Step-Up

    Step-Up is an important annual Redwood Day community event during which we celebrate our students moving from one grade up to the next. Attendance is mandatory for faculty/staff. The program lasts a little over an hour and is a moving celebration of our students’ growth, the end of the school year, and the excitement and learning that await them in the fall. What to expect (if this is your first Step-Up): After opening remarks from our Head of School, each grade level, beginning with Kindergarten, will stand. Two student representatives from the grade above the class of students on the stage will share highlights and wisdom from that particular grade level/year with the younger grade (First will speak to Kindergarten, Second will speak to First, and so on). At the close of these speeches, the grade on the stage “steps-up” into their new grade, as freshly minted first-graders, second graders, etc. Eighth-graders also participate in Step-Up and an RD alum and former Student Council member will speak to them about high school. Victoria will send out more information about graduation on Friday, June 10 at a later date. Please contact Denise Breland, Director of Student Life and Dean of Students for more information.
    Redwood Day
  • Jun
    9

    All School Picnic & Potluck

    Joaquin Miller Park Meadow
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Redwood Day School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression and accords to them all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the School. The School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, tuition assistance programs, and athletics and other School-administered programs.

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