Our Stories and Initiatives
RCSD welcomes its community, neighbors, and friends to learn more about the school district that serves our community's children. In this section, we tell the stories of our students, teachers, staff, programs, schools, and initiatives that make RCSD a great school district.
The path to becoming a tenured teacher in California has many steps. Teacher induction is a professional development program required by the Commission on Teacher Credentialing (CTC) to clear a teacher's preliminary credential in the State of California. The program serves to foster continual growth and a collaborative learning community for educators as they work with mentors within their school site and the district.
The Cabinet level leaders will join RCSD as of the 2022-23 school year filling vacancies created due to upcoming retirements.
Earlier this spring, the City called for children in Redwood City to write an essay expressing what they would do to make Redwood City a better place to live and play.
17 Redwood City School District (RCSD) students took part in the 46th annual Chinese Mandarin Speech Contest.
Globally-minded and eager to collaborate on the next big idea, students completing their eighth-grade year have their eyes on bright futures and are ready to make a difference in an ever-changing world.
Beyond bandaging knees or handing out ice packs, the Redwood City School District (RCSD) nursing team supports student learning and academic progress in a truly holistic way which removes barriers to healthcare access and encourages a healthful school culture.
Every springtime, school communities across the nation celebrate designated days for employee groups who serve children in public schools. This school year, Redwood City School District (RCSD) invites its community to help the District celebrate the collaborative efforts of all members of TeamRCSD, acknowledging their hard work in serving students and families through the challenges experienced in the last two years.
The purpose of the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee (CBOC) is to inform the public concerning the expenditure of bond proceeds. The CBOC is required by state law to actively review and report on the proper expenditure of taxpayers’ money for school modernization and construction.