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  •  Snack Shack

    7th Grade Snack Shack is Back!

    Over the next two years, we have a fabulous opportunity to fundraise for our 8th grade graduation. At Red Morton, there is a small shack in the middle of the fields where drinks, candy, hot dogs, and such are sold. We stock it every Saturday morning and take it down every Saturday night during the AYSO season. Click here for details and sign-ups.

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  •  Yosemite

    7th Grade Yosemite Trip Information

    Click here for the presentation given Tuesday, September 29th and field trip forms which need to be turned in by Friday, October 9th

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  •  Jostens Renaissance

    Middle School Academic Rally

    On Friday, December 11, 2015 we will have our Middle School Renaissance Academic Rally for Trimester 1. The rally will take place in the MUB from 2:10 to 3:00. Click here for details.

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  • Principal's Coffee PowerPoint Presentations

    Click here for the PowerPoint Presentations in English and Spanish given at the Principal's Coffee Friday, November 13th.

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  • Scholastic Book Fair - The Monster Book Fair

    Mark your calendars for this year's Scholastic Book Fair - The Monster Book Fair. It will run Wednesday, December 2nd - Tuesday, December 8th. Class previews will be on Tuesday, December 1st. Click here for details or go to for more information and to sign-up to volunteer.

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  • Toy for Tots Logo

    Toy and Book Drive

    Roy Cloud School ASB is collecting donations for the toy and book drive organized by Redwood City Firefighters and PAL. This year the Toy Drive is Monday, November 30th, 2015 through Friday, December 11, 2015. Click here for more information.

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Roy Cloud is a Kindergarten through 8th grade neighborhood school that strives to provide a well-balanced, challenging environment where all our students can thrive and enjoy a diverse and enriching education.
We inspire excellence within a close-knit partnership of students, staff, parents and community. Students are empowered with the foundation of knowledge and skill they need to reach their fullest potential, embrace a lifelong love of learning, and become responsible and engaged members of a global community.

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