Our Programs and Services
RCSD's Accelerated Learning Program provides an educational environment for students in grades 3 - 8 that is designed to meet the unique needs of high achieving students and to enable them to develop to their fullest potential.
The Redwood City School District offers a variety of after school options at most school campuses, including programs run collaboratively with local partner organizations and privately-run after school programs available on some school campuses.
The Redwood City School District (RCSD) Bilingual Instruction Program is designed to provide Spanish speaking students an instructional program that facilitates their learning of English and grade level content knowledge.
Welcome to the Redwood City School District Business Services home page. The Business Office oversees Fiscal Services, Payroll, Purchasing, and the Child Nutrition Department.
Redwood City School District (RCSD) provides high quality state preschool services at free or low cost to prepare all children for success in school and life.
Healthful, nutritious meals provide the energy that students need to succeed in school throughout each day of learning, playing, and exercising. Well-rounded meals served in RCSD schools are created using USDA nutrition guidelines as well as “kid-approved” recipes.
The Department of Communications leads the processes, publications, community engagement, and marketing efforts to advance the school district's work and initiatives.
Community Schools are a model focused on achieving educational success and developing the social, emotional and physical well-being of students, families, and the community.
The Department of Data Analysis and Accountability oversees the administration and analysis of standardized testing and benchmark tests throughout the district.
The Department of Educational Services oversees the academic strategies for the Redwood City School District. The department works with every school in the district to ensure that each student is prepared for success in high school and beyond.
The Department of English Language Development (ELD) and Categorical Services oversees services for students in the Redwood City School District who are learning the English language.
RCSD schools offer innovative, integrative, and interactive approaches to learning, ensuring that your child receives a high-quality education to be well-prepared for high school, college, and careers.
Registration is the first step to enroll in RCSD. If you live within the attendance zone of the Redwood City School District (RCSD), you must begin by completing a registration form to provide the district with the information needed to enroll your child.
Schools throughout RCSD have various garden and outdoor learning initiatives supported by parent volunteers, community groups, outdoor education specialists, nonprofits, and partnerships with the California UC system.
Redwood City School District places a high value on the health of its students. Thanks to the generous support of the Sequoia Healthcare District and its Healthy Schools Initiative grant we are strategically improving the systems and processes that lead to improved health and wellness for our students.
We look for driven, innovative, and reflective individuals who want to be a part of our mission of creating a safe and supportive, inspirational and rigorous, joyful and inclusive environment for all learners.
The Department of Maintenance, Operations, and Transportation oversees security, maintenance, and repair of all the schools and the district office for the Redwood City School District.
Redwood City School District's (RCSD) Mandarin Immersion program brings together Mandarin- and English-speaking students and families for the opportunity of a promising future of being bilingual, biliterate, and academically enriched.
Redwood City School District's (RCSD) Parent Participation Program is a cooperative partnership of parents, teachers, and community working together to educate children throughout RCSD with a focus on the maximum development of the whole child. Each child is viewed as a unique individual with his/her own distinct style and rate of growth.
PBIS, or Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support, is an all encompassing approach to social, emotional and behavior support with an aim to improve outcomes for all students in their daily lives at Redwood City School District (RCSD) and beyond.
In a Project Based Learning classroom, students are challenged to work cooperatively, think critically, and present their work in front of an audience. A variety of engagement strategies are used to engage students and encourage their participation in a rigorous curriculum.
Modernized learning spaces and emergent technologies offer opportunities for students to grow and explore effectually. Modernization and construction of new learning spaces helps meet the needs of today’s students and tomorrow’s leaders.
Redwood City School District's (RCSD) Dual Language Immersion Program in Spanish brings together Spanish- and English-speaking students and families for the opportunity of a promising future of being bilingual, biliterate, and academically enriched.
The Redwood City Special Education Department works cooperatively with students, families and the community to ensure that each student attains academic success and develops socially and emotionally.
It’s full STEAM ahead in Redwood City School District (RCSD) classrooms when Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics are interlaced into all areas of learning.
The Student Services Department facilitates support services to students, families, and the educational community in the areas of Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS), Homeless and Foster Youth, Section 504, School Attendance Review Board (SARB), School Safety, Multidisciplinary Team (MDT), Attendance and Outdoor Education.
The mission of the Redwood City School District Technology Department is to deliver high quality support for students and staff in a friendly atmosphere with trust, confidence and respect.
Transitional Kindergarten (TK) is a bridge between preschool and kindergarten for children turning five-years old between September 2 through December 2. It provides young learners a head start and the opportunity to learn and grow in an environment that is tailored to meet their academic and social needs.