Donate to the Redwood City Education Foundation (RCEF). The RCEF is an all-volunteer non-profit organization that raises private money to provide enrichment programs to all students in the Redwood City School District. The RCEF's funding focuses on the arts (including music), academic achievement, wellness programs and instructional innovation through SMART grants.
A chance for Bay Area Educators to gather and learn from RCTA classroom teachers, tech industry representatives and experts in educational research about best practices using technology tools to support learning opportunities for all students.
Redwood City School District (RCSD), in partnership with Redwood City 2020, was recently notified by the Silicon Valley Community Foundation that we have been selected to join the Big Lift collaborative to improve 3rd grade reading outcomes for Redwood City's and North Fair Oak's most vulnerable children.
Congratulations to the 535 students who have attained proficiency in English this year!
Congratulations to Roosevelt Elementary School principal Trish Girardi! Principal Girardi was been selected as the “2015 Multiplier of the Year in Education” by The Wiseman Group, a Silicon Valley leadership research and development firm.
San Francisco- Baldwin Park Unified School District and Redwood City School District have been selected as recipients of the 2016 Multiple Pathways to Biliteracy District Recognition Award. The Californians Together award celebrates districts that are leading the way to world-class language education in preschool through 12th grade.
The District is in the process of soliciting 5 new members to serve a 2-year term, which includes 1 community member who does not currently have children enrolled in the district, 2 local business owners and 2 parents of students currently attending a Redwood City School District school. To read more, please click on the headline above . . .
Welcome to the McKinley Institute of Technology (MIT), a small traditional middle school housed in a beautiful historical building that has been transformed into a technology-learning hub for sixth through eighth grade students. We provide a safe and supportive learning environment where we identify and address each student’s individual needs.
In the backyard of Google and Facebook— and in the midst of Silicon Valley—middle school students are experiencing hands-on learning with coding, keyboarding, and expanded uses of technology while also receiving instruction in core subjects, and offering a variety of elective choices. We also have the resources to provide the students with a chromebook at the start of every year that they can use for instruction a home and at school.
Our school’s smaller size facilitates a supportive learning community for students, whose teachers can take the time to get to know each of their students as individuals and work closely with their parents in order to best facilitate their child’s success in school. We extend this consideration through McKinley’s after school program, YMCA, which provides a safe and caring place for students to complete homework, learn, and have fun.
McKinley thrives because of our strong committed staff members and parent groups that are focused on the success of every child. McKinley also recognizes the importance of giving students a voice in their education, through Student Council and their elective / explorative classes.