¡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!
From Kindergarten Teacher to Superintendent, Baker Rises Through the Ranks to Lead District into a New Era Dominated by Technology and Collaborative Learning Redwood City School Board President Dennis McBride announced at the April 8 board meeting that the Board of Trustees has selected Deputy Superintendent John Baker to lead the district beginning July 1, 2015. Final appointment is pending Board approval of a contract to come before the board at a future meeting. To read more, please click on the headline above.
The Redwood City School District reached a tentative agreement with the Redwood City Teachers Association (RCTA) today, resolving negotiations for the 2014-2015 school year. Under the terms of the agreement, teachers will receive a total increase of 3.0%, of which 2% will be retroactive to July 1, 2014 and the remaining 1.0% will be effective, June 1, 2015. To read more, please click on the headline above.
The Redwood City School District Board of Trustees is very interested in hearing from the community what you are looking for in our new superintendent. The Board invites you to share the experience and attributes you would like the next superintendent to bring to the job. There are several ways for you to provide feedback to the Board. To read more, please click on the headline above. Para español, opriman en el titular.
Superintendent Jan Christensen is retiring at the end of the 2014-15 school year and many of you have asked about the board's process as we seek to fill the superintendent position in the Redwood City School District. At our February 11, 2015 meeting we discussed this topic in a Closed Session. We are very interested in hearing from the community what you are looking for in our new superintendent. To read more, please click on the headline above. Para español, opriman en el titular.
Hoover Community School has been named a Seal of Excellence School by the California Association for Bilingual Education (CABE), and will be recognized at CABE’s 40th annual conference March 4-7 in San Diego. Hoover was one of only three schools statewide to be selected for this honor, and is being recognized for its Sobrato Early Academic Language (SEAL) program. To read more, please click on the headline above.
On February 11, the Independent Citizen’s Oversight Committee for Measure W, the parcel tax passed by Redwood City School District voters in June, 2012, presented its 2nd annual report to the District’s Board of Trustees stating the nine-member Committee’s unanimous finding that all Year Two (2013-14) Measure W proceeds were spent in accordance with the parcel tax measure. To read more, please click on the headline above.
City and School officials celebrated on January 6 with a ribbon cutting ceremony, the completion of the Hoover Safe Routes to School project, supporting pedestrian safety improvements at the Hoover Community School in Redwood City. To read more, please click on the headline above.
The District is in the process of soliciting 4 new members to serve a 3-year term on the Measure W Citizen's Oversight Committee. To read more, please click on the headline above. Para español, opriman en el titular.