Robert Sherman, Principal
225 Shearwater Parkway
Absences: Please call 650-802-8060 or email CKlups@brssd.org
2015 - 2016 School Supply Lists
Redwood Shores Elementary is using skoolfairy again as an option for purchasing classroom supplies for your child. Not only is this a simple and convenient way to purchase your school supplies, but skoolfairy donates 5% of the school supply bag purchases to our school.
For those who wish to purchase their own supplies, please use the supply lists provided on the skoolfairy web site. Click here for the school supply lists by grade.
RWS Elementary will host some summer playdates on the following Saturdays from 9am to 11am in the school playground:
Incoming Kingergarten families are welcome!
2015-2016 VOLUNTEER FORM
Calling all parents and family members who wish to volunteer in the classroom and at school next year.
Please take a few minutes to fill in the 2015-2016 VOLUNTEER FORM. One submission per volunteer please.
Click here to access the form and find out more information on the requirements to volunteer at our school.
Deadline to complete is June 30,2015.
Enrollment for 2015-2016 School Year
New for the 2015-2016 Belmont-Redwood Shores School District student enrollment process, parents will complete the Enrollment Form online. Two informational meetings introducing and demonstrating the online Enrollment Form will be held on Wed, Jan 7, 2015, 9 am and 7 pm at Nesbit School - Multi-Use Room. For more information, click here.
INTRADISTRICT TRANSFER FORM AVAILABLE NOW
Must be received between July 29, 2015 and no later than August 12, 2015.
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Kindergarten: Monday - Friday: 8:40am - 12:45pm
Grades 1 - 3: Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri: 8:25am - 2:35pm, Wednesdays: 8:25am - 12:20pm
Grades 4 - 5: Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri: 8:25am - 3pm, Wednesdays: 8:25am - 12:20pm
Classroom Birthday Celebration Guidelines
1) No candy, soda or juice in class. This means no candy, soda or juice offered in class by teachers, by other students, or by parents.
2) Limiting sweet treats to once a month. We encourage educationally-appropriate celebrations of all kinds. If they include food, we would like these events to feature healthy food choices. Therefore, a maximum of only one item at one celebration a month may be in a desert/sugary category (fresh fruit is a great alternative!). Please remember that any foods containing trans fats can not be served or sold on any school campus per Ed Code.
3) If a child has a serious allergy to a food, that food should not be served in that student’s class that year. Children with potentially life-threatening allergies cannot be endangered by, or excluded from, shared classroom activities
Instead of bringing food to celebrate your child’s special day, please consider non-food items such as a personalized gift to the classroom or school in the student’s name. Please see the letter from Principal Bob Sherman and a flyer with additional information.