Redshaw Elementary School continues to have very high expectations for all students, which means that they will be expected to attend school regularly, report to school on time, follow the school dress code, complete all assignments, and demonstrate positive behavior every day. By following these rules, students will be able to have a successful and joyous academic school year.
Reminder: As per Board Policy 5518, the school dress code colors are: white, blue, light blue and/or items with district logo apparel. Pants or skirts can be in khaki, black, or blue. Please be sure to send your child to school dressed in accordance with the dress code policy.
See the information below for virtual tutoring
If you are interested in virtual tutoring, please click on the link and enter your information. Tutoring sessions will be scheduled Tuesday - Thursday from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. A staff member will contact you and confirm your scheduled time. It is also important that your child utilizes their district device to receive tutoring virtually.
A.C. Redshaw’s Published Authors
A.C. Redshaw is proud to present Ms. Caicedo’s students and their science mystery books. We celebrate our third grade students’ creativity and inquisitive nature. We celebrate Ms. Caicedo’s drive to inspire her students and to connect science with daily living. This display is located in our main lobby.PTO Meetings are from 6 p.m. - 7 p.m. We will convene on the dates listed below:9/22 (Open House Event)October 24November 14December 19January 23February 27March 20April 17May 15June 12
Congratulations to Ms. Maurer!
A.C. Redshaw School’s Educator of the Year
“It has been one of the greatest joys of my life to establish my teaching career in New Brunswick at Redshaw over the last 4 years, teaching kindergarten in the dual language program. I am always amazed at how much students grow in both language ability and content knowledge over the course of a year. While I may only have a group of students for 10 months, I consider myself to be their teacher for the rest of their time in school and beyond. I want my students to know that they will always have my unconditional love and support as they continue to grow. Laying the foundation for their educational careers in reading, writing, math, and social and emotional skills is an honor I don’t take lightly. There is something magical about watching a student learn how to read that will never get old. I want to thank the incredible team I get to work with every day. This honor wouldn’t be possible without the many other hands that contribute to this important work.” – Ms. Maurer
For information regarding the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights, please click on the provided link, Guidance for Parents on the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act
Flyers & Notices
Redshaw Run Club 5
Redshaw School Partners with Marathon Kids – Nike