Affinity groups provide support, connection, and affirmation to people whose identities may differ from the majority population and culture. This year, we've launched affinity groups to support underrepresented groups at Redwood Day including:
Asian/Pacific Islander/Desi American Heritage
Black/African American Heritage
For more information, please contact Meredith Spencer, Director of Equity and Inclusion.
An annual event for the 8th grade class where students write and perform creative monologues inspired by a character from a book they have read this year. The performances average a minute or two in length and cover a variety of topics/genres. We invite the whole community to travel the middle school campus for an hour and watch the graduating class perform an original piece from literature.
Our 4th-grade students visited beautiful Pigeon Point for three days and two nights as part of our Outdoor Education program. The students were able to walk through the state park and learn about many of the native plants that grow in this part of California as well as the history of the land. While walking, they were able to make connections to the native peoples that lived there.
K-4 Bring Your Parents to Physical Education Weekis a week designed to give each and every parent in grades Kindergarten through 4th grade the opportunity to experience the same Physical Education program as their child participates in at Redwood Day
Register today for our new Summer Program! There are 13 summer sessions available to choose from, all led by Redwood Day faculty. At Redwood Day, providing children the opportunity to discover and hone their interests is paramount to preparing them for their next reach as engaged and empowered learners. This year, we’re launching an initial version of a summer program, with aspirations for it to grow each summer thereafter.