¡Bienvenidos a la escuela Adelante! Somos una escuela de elección, de Kinder a 5° grado especializada en inmersión en español. Reunimos a estudiantes y familias hispano y anglo hablantes para que tengan la oportunidad de un futuro prometedor al ser bilingües, biculturales y académicamente enriquecidos. El programa de nuestra escuela se basa en años de investigación que muestra que los estudiantes de diversos antecedentes lingüísticos y culturales pueden ser reunidos en un ambiente educativo de apoyo mutuo.
En Adelante somos una familia cálida, de una cultura centrada en solidaridad y apoyo mutuo. Nuestro hermoso campo está bordeado por dos lados de árboles y arroyos en un escenario de bosque.
¡Les animamos que nos visiten y se maravillen de la capacidad de nuestros estudiantes de pensar, discutir, explicar, analizar y resolver problemas en dos idiomas!
Welcome to Adelante School! We are a K – 5th grade, two-way Spanish immersion School of Choice. We bring together both Spanish and English speaking students and families for the opportunity of a promising future of being bilingual, bicultural, and academically enriched. Our school’s program is founded upon years of research that shows that students from different linguistic and cultural backgrounds can be brought together in a mutually supportive educational environment.
At Adelante we have a warm, family centered culture of nurturing and mutual support. Our beautiful campus is surrounded on two sides by trees and streams in a wooded setting.
We encourage you to visit us and marvel at the capacities of our students to think, discuss, explain, analyze, and problem solve in two languages!
Startup:Education, the philanthropic organization founded by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, has awarded a grant of $1.06 million to the Redwood City School District for a technology integration project at Hoover and Taft Schools, and to provide support to an effort to revitalize John Gill School. To read more, please click on the headline above. Para español, opriman en el titular.
Runners of all abilities will want to know that OktobeRun returns for its 4th season this October 4, 2014. Proceeds from OktobeRun benefit the Redwood City Education Foundation. To read more, please click on the headline above.
Results from a recent survey of Redwood City School District parents, staff and students that measured perception of the schools’ academic strengths and weaknesses, and overall satisfaction with the district indicate that parent, staff and students are very satisfied with academics, safety and the atmosphere at each school. To read more, please click on the headline above.
On June 25, 2014, the School Board conditionally approved petitions from two charter schools, KIPP and Rocketship. KIPP and Rocketship will operate independently of the Redwood City School District, but the school district will have legal oversight of the two schools. The schools will open in the fall of 2015 if the details describing the working relationship between the charters and the District can be worked out in Memorandums of Understanding. To read more, please click on the headline above.
Our own Hoover School was the pilot for the SEAL program - a major initiative by the Sobrato Family Foundation that is helping English learner students throughout the Bay Area excel in school. Results at Hoover have been outstanding! Our students and staff are featured in this inspiring video. http://www.sobrato.com/sobrato-philanthropies/sobrato-family-foundation/seal/program-model/
On June 2, 2014, the Redwood City School District reached a tentative agreement with the Redwood City Teachers Association (RCTA), resolving negotiations for the 2013-2014 school year. Under the terms of the agreement, teachers will receive a total increase of 3.5%, of which 2% will be retroactive to July 1, 2013 and the remaining 1.5% will be effective today, June 2, 2014. To read more, please click on the headline above.
KIPP (Knowledge is Power Program) and Rocketship – have submitted petitions to the board to locate in Redwood City. The May 14 school board meeting included public hearings on each of the petitions. To read more, please click on the headline above. Para español, opriman en el titular.