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Time to Mark Calendars for Class of 2024 Graduations!

Time to Mark Calendars for Class of 2024 Graduations!

Schools across Redwood City School District (RCSD) are putting final touches on plans to celebrate the class of 2024! 

Early June will mark a milestone moment for the 733 graduates as they wrap up their PreK-8 careers. Their perseverance and hardwork will be recognized during events districtwide as teachers, staff, and family cheer them on. 

Congratulating the Class of 2024, Superintendent Dr. John Baker acknowledged their dedication and hard work. 

“As you step into the halls of high school, remember that each step forward is a testament to your resilience, dedication, and potential. Your journey has only just begun, and I have no doubt that you will continue to inspire and achieve greatness. Embrace the challenges ahead with the same spirit and determination that has brought you to this moment. Your futures are as bright as your accomplishments today. Here’s to your next chapter in high school.” 

The 2024 commencement ceremonies are scheduled as follows:

Date Time School Location Number of Graduates
June 7 5 pm Roosevelt School Lower Campus Blacktop (Vera Ave.) 64
June 10 3 pm North Star Academy School Field 84
June 10 4 pm Clifford School Upper Campus Field  58
June 10 4 pm Hoover School Hoover Gym  60
June 10 5 pm Roy Cloud School Roy Cloud Field 59
June 10 6 pm Garfield School Garfield Field 55
June 11 6 pm  McKinley Institute of Technology (MIT) School Field 120
June 11 6 pm Kennedy Middle School Kennedy Field 233


Date Time School Location Number of Students Promoted
June 7 5 pm Orion Alternative Elementary School Orion Alternative Field 51
June 10 10:45 am Roosevelt Elementary School Lower Campus Blacktop (Vera Ave.) 56
June 11 9 am  Henry Ford Elementary School  Henry Ford Field 84
June 11  9 am  Taft Community School  Taft Amphitheatre
(or the cafeteria in the case of rain)
June 11 3 pm Adelante Selby Spanish Immersion School  Adelante Selby Front Roundabout 82

RCSD Board of Trustees members will be part of the ceremonies as each school community celebrates their graduates.