Middle School students take a make-up ERB standardized test.
You can support your child's test experience by modeling a relaxed and positive attitude, and ensuring they get enough sleep, eat a healthy breakfast, allow enough time to get to school on time, and bring snacks.
Please direct any questions about ERBs to Cheryl Ting (Assistant Head of School, x221) or Jim Rendle (Middle School Director, x230).
Motivated by this simple, yet powerful, idea — and supported by over 60 national partner organizations — No Name-Calling Week is celebrated each year in schools across the nation. Since then, No Name-Calling Week has been adopted by schools everywhere and has grown into one of the largest bullying-prevention initiatives in the country.
Contact Denise Breland with any questions.
Please join us as we honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the power of oration at Redwood Day's 13th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Oratorical Festival. This year's theme is, "The Time Is Always Right To Do The Right Thing."
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 email@example.com.
The Tale of Sir Gandiflick and the Fish Wizards by Brennan Pickman-Thoon
The PHANTOM of the DRAMA ROOM by Elaine Gavin and Mike Ottum
The Heist Must Go On by C.P. Kenney
Oenone by Ashley Cowan
Cost: Free | Length: 60 minutes with an intermission | Appropriate for all ages
For more information, please contact Vince Faso firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome back! I hope you’ve all enjoyed Winter Break, and that you found downtime to relax and rejuvenate with family and friends. As we all prepare ourselves for the routines of returning back to school, I write today with some exciting updates regarding the work we are doing around Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) at Redwood Day.
Happy New Year! As we begin the year, I wanted to take the opportunity to share with you a little about the Board of Trustees and our work. We are currently 23 members strong. We attended public schools, independent schools, and international schools. We come from urban cities, rural towns, and abroad. Professionally, we have backgrounds that run from the traditional (such as education, law, human resources, and finance) to the more specialized (such as food justice, artificial intelligence, and independent school architecture).
I cannot believe 2019 is almost here! In such a short time, our Kinders' maturity has appeared! They have quickly learned to walk and whisper in all of the halls And with a special "line order" we end up with less stalls...
On Monday, December 3rd, our 6th-grade class took a ferry to the city and visited the offices of IDEO*. The presentation and tour, hosted by Lynda Deakin, a Redwood Day parent, reviewed the design thinking method that the 6th-grade design classes have been exploring in depth during their first trimester.