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The Science Program
This past Fall, the Foundation approved multiple grants within Redwood’s Science Program to fund supplies and equipment for new and innovative labs and demonstrations in Physics in the Universe, Living Earth, Chemistry in the Earthy System, Physiology and Advanced Physics.

These new supplies will not only improve the quality of labs but will also allow for more groups with a smaller number of students per group. Students benefit from, and enjoy, the hands-on aspect of science and these grants are helping to facilitate that experience for ALL students and inspire future Scientists!

We are grateful for our community of families who have generously contributed to the Foundation this school year, allowing us to say YES to more grants!
Our next allocations grant cycle is this Spring. If you have not yet made your Annual Giving Contribution this year, it’s not too late!
All donations make a GIANT impact and help us get to our goal of 100% participation!  DONATE TODAY!
Jan 26th | 6pm-8pm
Mark your calendars for Redwood’s In-Person Open House on January 26th from 6pm to 8pm for both students and parents to hear directly from teachers about elective course offerings for the 2023-24 school year! Stay tuned for additional details from the school. Meanwhile, be sure to bookmark our campus map to help you navigate the campus and identify the classrooms that have benefited from Foundation funds! Your gifts are truly impacting every corner of Redwood! 
Celebrate Open House at Left Bank!  Stop by Left Bank in downtown Larkspur on the evening of Open House and enjoy a complimentary glass of bubbly with your meal (kid friendly option available), plus 20% goes back to the Foundation! Offer good for Thursday, January 26th only. Tell them the Redwood Foundation sent you!
Redwood PTSA

THANK YOU to all of the families that have contributed to the PTSA staff gift raffle! Your monthly expressions of gratitude have truly delighted teachers and staff.

The PTSA will continue to host these raffles at monthly staff meetings throughout the school year so that EVERY STAFF MEMBER receives a gift...but more donations are needed!  

Show your appreciation for RHS teachers and staff and sign up to bring a gift such as a gift card (coffee, restaurant, spa, etc.) or an item you think might be appreciated (sports tickets, event tickets, etc.). Click here to learn more.
Through 1/30/2023, Redwood High School families, friends, staff, and students (16+) get a free one-week pass, and for every class you take, F45 will donate $10 to RHSF!
F45 Training Corte Madera is a locally-owned fitness studio in The Village at Corte Madera that delivers the world's most effective workouts, designed so that anyone can achieve their goals in a supportive, no-ego environment.
Whether you've never stepped foot into a gym or you've been working out for years and want to switch it up and scale your fitness, the time to try F45 is now!
F45 is group fitness, with the effectiveness and attention of a personal trainer. Their 45-minute workout sessions will help you burn fat and build muscle while increasing agility, mobility, and balance so that you can tackle the game of life. F45 is the workout you've always wanted, with the team you didn't know you needed.
To get a feel for what the F45 community is all about, check out their Instagram profile!

cortemadera@f45training.com | (415) 800-2066

Register today for eScrip and support RHSF every time you shop at Woodland's Market, Lucky's and Molly Stones.
Shop Nugget or United Markets?
Use your Community Card every time you shop and the Foundation will receive a % back! Need a card? Email your address to 
info@redwoodhsfoundation.org and the Foundation will mail one to you!
Be sure to follow the Foundation on all of the social media platforms that you utilize to stay current on not only Foundation news, but also other important information and events happening at Redwood and the larger community. 

Our community partner program relies on having a robust number of followers so follow us today and invite your friends to do the same!

Vicki Strotz
Cindy Haubold
Annual Giving Chair
Jennifer Sicklick
Emily Viola
Academic Allocations
Jessica Edelen
Sara Ryba
Kevin Vasquez
Scholarship Allocations
Bryn Argov
Rob Leonard
Community Partners
Jennifer Harrison
Linda Fassig-Knauer
Catherine Wolfers
Alex Jennings
Kim Sichel
Alumni Association
Ross Gondak
Marilee Rogers
Barnaby Payne
Development Consultant
Victoria Camelio
Operations Consultant
Rebecca Caspersen
Funding Excellence in Academics, Arts and Athletics
To advance the quality of education at Redwood High School by providing the tools to inspire and prepare Redwood students for their world in and beyond high school.