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.


List of 7 events.

  • May

    4th & 5th Grade Musical: Disney's 101 Dalmatians KIDS

    We are excited to announce that, back by popular demand, our 4th and 5th graders will perform the musical production of "Disney’s 101 Dalmatians KIDS," part of the MTI (Musical Theatre International) Broadway Junior Collection®. Free admission. Contact Sheyrian Harris (sharris@rdschool.org) with questions.
    Redwood Day Gym Theater
  • May

    PGA Friday Coffee

    Join other parents in the gallery for a cup of coffee. This Friday's coffee is being hosted by the 3rd grade parents.
    The Gallery
  • May

    Memorial Day - School and X-Care Closed

  • Jun

    Thank You Breakfast, Goodbye Assembly

    Thank You Breakfast and Goodbye Assembly At the end of each year, we honor parents, guardians and friends who worked tirelessly throughout the year. Whether you provided snacks, drove carpool, volunteered in a classroom, helped out with performing arts, worked on a committee, or served pizza on Pizza Friday, all Redwood Day volunteers are invited to a drop-in breakfast served in the Library from 8:00-8:45 a.m., followed by an assembly featuring the 8th grade as they bid farewell to Redwood Day in the Middle School Gym from 8:45-10:15 a.m. For more information, please contact Denise Breland, Director of Student Life at dbreland@rdschool.org.
    Library and MS Gym
  • Jun

    Step-Up Ceremony

    Step-Up is an important annual Redwood Day community event during which we celebrate our students moving from one grade up to the next. The program lasts about one hour and is a moving celebration of our students’ growth this year, the end of classes, and the excitement and learning that await them in the fall. Parking: Valet parking begins at 10:15 a.m. When valet parking reaches its capacity, only street parking will be available. Leave yourself plenty of extra time to arrive and get settled. We strongly encourage you to carpool. Seating: There will be plenty of open seating for parents and guardians. At the end of the program: Please pick up your child(ren) from their core classroom. 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 “step-up” into their new grade, as they take their seats as freshly minted first-grades, second graders, etc. Eighth-graders will also participate in Step-Up, in addition to celebrating their graduation on Friday morning, June 8.
    RD Campus
  • Jun

    All School Potluck at Roberts Park

    Following, Step - Up, families are invited to the all school potluck at Roberts Park. Stay tuned for more information from your room parents!
    Roberts Park
  • Jun

    8th-Grade Graduation

    Details to come.
    Redwood Day
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List of 5 news stories.

  • PGA Spring Festival

    This past Saturday, family and friends came out to have fun at our PGA-sponsored Spring Festival. There was great food, music and fun for all who attended! Scroll through carousel to enjoy some pics from the day.
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  • The 6th Grade Founders Museum

    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.
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  • Automated Wax Museum

    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.
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  • National School Walkout

    John Loeser, Head of School
    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.
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  • Puerto Rico Hurricane Relief Fundraiser News

    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.
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