Do you want to know more about the school’s finances and how our annual budget is developed? Come hear from CFO, Matt Duke, and Chair of the Board’s Finance Committee, Suzanne (Skip) Skipper. Following the Q&A, PGA grant recipient, Jessica Stern, will share about the writing workshop she participated in over the summer. This evening is hosted by the PGA.
Prospective Redwood Day families can expect to receive emailed Admissions decisions this afternoon. Family decisions will be due back the following Friday, March 23. These dates are shared by all member schools of the East Bay Independent Schools Association (EBISA).
Families are welcome to call or email Katrina or Darlene in the Redwood Day Admissions Office after 1 p.m. on March 16 for verbal notification of admissions.
Redwood Day School, Admissions Office, 510-534-0800
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.
During today's assembly, we honored the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the power of oration during our 12th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Oratorical Festival. This year's theme is, Where Do We Go From Here?: Continuing the Legacy 50 Years Later. The assembly opened with the famous, "I Have a Dream" speech...
I'm excited to announce the official close of the Here We Grow Campaign! The Campaign raised $4.25MM and represented an incredible community-wide effort to transform our campus, elevate our facilities, and continue to provide an exceptional program for students today and into the future. We are grateful to all of our families, alumni, friends, and foundations who made it possible to bring our vision to reality.
We are thrilled to announce that Johanna Aeschliman will join Redwood Day as our next Lower School Director beginning July 1, 2018. Johanna has a wealth of experience as a teacher and administrator in independent schools, and we are excited to welcome her to our community
The middle school (grades 6-8) was treated to a very special assembly titled, Nightmare on Puberty Street, put on by the Kaiser Permanente Educational Theatre Company. This performance helps students navigate through adolescence and wrestle with the age-old question, “Am I normal?”