Need Information About Your School? 2022 School Report Cards Now Available
The most recent School Accountability Report Card (SARC) for each of Redwood City School District's (RCSD) 12 schools is now available.
Published annually, the purpose of the report card is to provide families and the community with important information about each school. A SARC contains information about curriculum and instruction, fiscal data, teacher and staff information, class sizes, school safety plans, and demographics.
This school year, the California Department of Education (CDE) added a new component, which is the percentage of students participating in each of the five fitness components of the California Physical Fitness Test. By law, all California public schools are required to administer the Physical Fitness Test (PFT) to all students in 5th, 7th, and 9th grades. This assessment provides schools with information that can be used by:
Students to assess levels of health-related fitness and to plan personal fitness programs;
Families to understand their child’s fitness levels;
Teachers to design the curriculum for physical education programs; and
Teachers and families to monitor changes in the student’s fitness levels.
The report cards primarily focus on the previous academic year but may include information about other past school years.
Families and community members can view their school’s SARC on the school district’s website. They may also request a paper copy of a SARC from any school office or the District Office. The SARCs are required by state and federal law and parents have a right to request a hard copy of these reports.