Eggstravaganza 2017!

UPDATE: The rain has held up and the Easter Bunny has made a delivery, so come on out to Marlin Park today! Hopefully the weather will cooperate…


It’s time for the RSCA’s annual Eggstravaganza, held every year at Marlin Park in the center of Redwood Shores. Bring all your children and a basket for goodies to the park for the big Egg Hunt, where toddlers and young kids can seek out goodies hidden in the grass and playground. Also, the Easter Bunny will be there to lead off the Egg Hunt and later to pose for pictures with the boys and girls, so be sure to take along a camera as well!

The festivities begin at 1:00 PM on Saturday, March 8th at Marlin Park here in Redwood Shores.

Be sure to arrive early so that your child can line up in the right age category — the eggs disappear quickly, and the whistle begins exactly at 1:00, so be on time! (Please limit your children to 6 eggs each so that everyone can share.)

The Eggstravaganza is run by RSCA, and is a great place to sign up with our organization if you have not yet had a chance to do so. Please join in in making great events like this possible in Redwood Shores!

The PILOT: April 2017

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The PILOT — April 2017

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Belmont Redwood Shores School District Board Vacancy

This message for Redwood Shores Community Members comes from the Belmont Redwood Shores School District (BRSSD):

At its most recent meeting, the Board of Trustees decided to fill the upcoming board vacancy with a provisional appointment. By statute, the Board has until April 15, 2017, to make this appointment, and we are now seeking applicants for this position. We encourage you to consider applying! Applicants must be registered voters residing in the District’s attendance area, and may not be an employee of the District.

The Board will have a vacancy due to Trustee Charles Velschow’s resignation effective March 22, 2017. The newly appointed Trustee will serve for the remainder of his term, through November 2018.

Application information can be found here. The application deadline is March 23, 2017, at 12pm. Interviews will be held on the evening of April 3, 2017.

You are welcome to forward this email to anyone who you think may be interested in serving on the Board. Please reach out to me directly with questions at or 650-620-2703.

Sincerely,

Michael Milliken
BRSSD Superintendent

The PILOT: March 2017

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The PILOT — March 2017

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The PILOT: February 2017

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The PILOT — February 2017

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Redwood Shores 2017 Annual Meeting

February 8, 2017, 7:00 pm
at the Redwood Shores Library
399 Marine Pky at Bridge Pky (click for a map)

Please join RSCA for its Annual Meeting and get the latest update on “The State of the Shores”.

This year’s meeting will be a great opportunity to hear from local representatives on issues and opportunities that affect Redwood Shores residents.

As always, we try to end our Annual Meeting presentation around 8:00 PM so that you can have time to ask questions or talk with our guests about issues of particular interest to you.

(RSCA will also elect its new Board of Directors.)

 

The PILOT: January 2017

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The PILOT — January 2016

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The PILOT: December 2016

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The PILOT — December 2016

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A Message from the Belmont-Redwood Shores School District About Sandpiper Elementary School Expansion Plans

Dear Redwood Shores Community,

The Belmont-Redwood Shores School District is planning to expand Sandpiper Elementary School to provide 6th, 7th, and 8th grades and a total of 220 additional students in grades K-8. This project is intended to offer the families in Redwood Shores a local public school option for grades 6-8 and to help reduce the overall traffic into and out of the Shores. In compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act, the City of Redwood City has commissioned an environmental study, known as an Initial Study and Mitigated Negative Declaration. The document outlines what the impacts might be and how the District proposes to mitigate the potential impacts to a less than significant level. An analysis of potential traffic impacts is included. The study was published on November 4, and public comments will be accepted until December 6, 2016.

You can find the study on the District’s homepage, at www.brssd.org, and you can provide comments to Lisa Costa Sanders, Contract Principal Planner with the City of Redwood City, at 650-780-7363 or . Thank you!

Michael Milliken

Superintendent

Belmont-Redwood Shores School District