Attending: All Independent Schools associated with East Bay Independent Schools Association
1. Permission Slips will be given on Monday, April 16th
and must be returned on or before Monday, April 23rd
2. The entrance fee is $5.00 and a can of food.
3. Students will not be checked in until the staff member arrives.
4. Doors close at 7:30 p.m. to students. There is no admittance to the dances after 7:30 p.m. unless prior arrangements have been made with staff at the host school.
5. Any student who wants to leave early needs to have his/her parent sign him/her out with their own chaperone.
6. No guests allowed.
7. Students attending the dances are responsible for following all the rules of dress and behavior of the host school.
8. Dress code: no see-through clothing, no underwear showing, shirt straps must be two fingers wide, skirts and shorts must fall low enough to meet the fingertips, no cleavage, no bare midriffs, footwear at all time, no clothing with aggressive, disrespectful logos, language or drug/alcohol slogans.
9. No freak dancing, or any other inappropriate dancing like rough play, rough dancing, body slamming/surfing, and dances which sandwich 3 or more students.
10. All backpacks are to be left in a designated area. Students are not to have access to these until the end of the dance.
11. Violation of rules may result in the loss of dance privileges for the year.
12. Schools participating in the dance provide a minimum of two chaperones, one of which must be Faculty/staff. Redwood Day provides two faculty chaperons.
13. Cell phones are permitted to contact parents. Due to privacy constraints, no videotaping or pictures of the dance.
Please contact Denise Breland (email@example.com) with questions.
Bentley School Upper School, 1000 Upper Happy Valley Rd., Lafayette, CA
Enjoy a fun free day at Redwood Day! We have re scheduled the FALL Festival! For more information, visit http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07ef8dhyx89d323d18&llr=7mjy54cab&showPage=true
Chat with old friends and meet new families while enjoying food and fun for the entire family. There is something for everyone; climb the rock wall, bounce in the bouncy house, buy dessert at the bake sale, and back by popular demand... yummy food and a photo booth!
Over the past school year, 6th grade students learned about the ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia, Egypt, India, and China. During our Founders unit, students were asked to apply their knowledge by creating civilizations of their very own.
Today, our 8th-grade students performed monologues in front of our school community. These monologues were based on a character from a novel they chose. The students are charged with reading their chosen novel, identifying a character within that novel, and writing a monologue from that character’s perspective.
Tomorrow, from 10:00-10:17 a.m. students in Grades 5-8 will have an opportunity to participate in the National School Walkout to protest gun violence. Students will have a choice as to whether or not they would like to participate and there will be ample adult supervision.
Ms. Camacho-Lovell and 6th grade Spanish want to thank all who came out to Redwood Day last Saturday in support of the Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief fundraiser. The fundraiser was a tremendous success with the 6th grade raising a total of $1,355.33, all while having a lot of fun playing sports and eating pastries from the bakesale.
Last night, our Assistant Head of School, Cheryl Ting facilitated a powerful panel presentation on Multiracial Identity Development as part of the Parent Education series at Redwood Day. Panelists shared personal stories about their experiences and perspectives around being multiracial from the earliest recognition of their race to where they are today.