Monday, January 28, 2019
6:00 – 8:00 pm
19300 Redwood Road, Castro Valley
Come see why RCS is the education you TRUST for the children you LOVE at our TK – 12th Grade Academic demonstration night and open house.
Come see students demonstrate an area of expertise in grades Kindergarten through 5th during elementary classroom demonstrations.
Following demonstrations, elementary classrooms (TK - 5th, the Library, the Art Room, and the K -1 Science Room) will be open for you to explore and get to know our elementary teachers.
At 7:00pm, incoming 4th Grade parents (2019-20 school year) and prospective 4th and 5th grade parents (for the 2019-20 school year) are invited for a special reception and introduction to North Campus in Room N12.
This year, middle school students will showcase active learning, critical and creative thinking, effective communication, responsible and respectful citizenship, and how they are spiritually growing in their Science projects.
Meet Albert Einstein, Elon Musk, and Ada Lovelace as 6th grade students get into character of a famous inventor. They are ready to tell you about their lives, passions, and inventions.
Seventh and 8th Grade students will report their findings from a science experiment of their choosing. The top projects will be awarded at 7:30.
Middle School Faculty will also be available for you to learn more about why #RCMSrocks! .
Chemistry and Physics students will amaze you with some of their top labs live on stage immediately following the General session.
Excellent student speakers will showcase their public speaking skills in a live speech highlighting English, Social Studies, Bible, and Foreign Language classes in the Heritage Room.
See how a RCS student progresses from elementary to middle to high school as 9th through 12th grade core classes are on display. Students will present their learning at booths for you to explore at the High School Academic Fair in the Williams Chapel. High School Faculty will also be there to share RCS #AcademicExcellence and their passion for their students.
For more information or questions, call (510) 889-7526