¡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!
In a few weeks, along with thousands of schools across California, we will be participating in a field test of a new test designed to help shape teaching and learning in the classroom. Known as the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress – or CAASPP – these computer-based tests replace the STAR program tests used in previous years. To read the full article, please click on the headline above. Para español, opriman en el titular.
On February 12, the Independent Citizen’s Oversight Committee for Measure W, the parcel tax passed by Redwood City School District voters in June, 2012, presented a report to the District’s Board of Trustees stating the nine-member Committee’s unanimous finding that all Year One (2012-13) Measure W proceeds were spent in accordance with the parcel tax measure. To read more, please click on the headline above.
The January issue of School Administrator Magazine features an opinion editorial by Superintendent Jan Christensen: "I Want Google and Apple Clamoring for Our Students". To read the full article, please click on the headline above. Para español, opriman en el titular.
Find out important information about your child's school, including demographics, school safety, class sizes, teacher and staff information, curriculum and instruction descriptions and fiscal data. To access school reports, please click on headline above. Para español, opriman en el titular.
Kindergarten and transitional kindergarten registration for the 2014-15 school year in the Redwood City School District begins this Saturday, from 9 to 1 p.m. at your neighborhood school. To read more, please click on the headline above. Para español, opriman en el titular.
Come and join fellow parents to learn more about how the Redwood City School District is embracing the new changes in learning and teaching in the 21st Century. To read more, please click on the headline above. Para español, opriman en el titular.
Tomorrow, December 7, Roosevelt School will receive a California School Boards Association (CSBA) Golden Bell Award at the CSBA’s Annual Education Conference and Trade Show in San Diego. The Golden Bell Award, now in its 34th year, recognizes public school programs that are innovative and sustainable, make a demonstrated difference for students, and focus on meeting the needs of all students. To read more, please click on the headline above.
The Redwood City School District will be holding a series of community presentations on the implementation of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and the requirements of the new Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). To read more, please click on the headline above. Para español, opriman en el titular.
Technology is changing the way students learn and teachers teach all over the country. But here, in the shadow of Silicon Valley, teachers in the Redwood City School District have an advantage – access to the developers who create “apps”, software that is used in the classroom. To read more, please click on the headline above.