School-wide assemblies provide an incredible opportunity for our K-8 community to gather to educate, celebrate and entertain. Performances may include class presentations, solo and group performances by faculty, staff, and students, as well as professional performances. Performing students are embodying healthy risk-taking and the community actively supports these endeavors. Every assembly closes with honoring, a time in which individuals recognize members of the community who have made a (small or big) difference in their lives. For more information, please contact Denise Breland, Director of Student Life at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 8th Grade Automated Wax Museum is the culmination of a six-week long project that enables students to immerse themselves in a novel and bring a character to life through body language, costume, props, interaction with an audience, and most importantly, an original, memorized monologue.
Come enjoy a stroll around the art gallery to view your child's highlighted works of art from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Connect with Cindy Nelson, our K-5 art teacher, about the creative process, and enjoy some light bites provided by on the LS yard.
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.
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.