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

The PILOT: November 2016

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The PILOT — November 2016

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Halloween Walk 2016

Halloween is coming!

Bring your kids in their Halloween costumes to Marlin Park on Saturday October 29th, 1:00 PM sharp for a spooky good time in the park.

Trick Or Treat

We’ll have treats for the little ones, so bring a goodie bag/bucket!

** Event Ends at 2:00pm **

And PARENTS, don’t forget your cameras for photo opportunities with the Good Witch.

Our local RWC Police will also be available to provide voluntary FINGERPRINTING for children of parents who might wish to have this record for identification. Because a child’s appearance can change in a short time, fingerprinting can be the best way to identify a lost child.

Friends of the Library will be holding a BOOK SALE at Marlin Park for all of the Halloween Parade participants, so please visit their table and enjoy a nice selection of books to take home for your reading pleasure. Cash is appreciated !

RSCA holds this event each year for Shores children elementary school age and under.

It’s easy work and lots of fun to watch our children enjoy their “dress-up” time in Marlin Park. Your help will be greatly appreciated!

The PILOT: October 2016

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Give-n-Go Community Donation Drive (with FREE drop-off!)

Here’s a great opportunity to clean house! Take advantage of this free event and dispose of your outdated electronic equipment properly & safely. Bring your old stuff to us and receive a charitable donation (tax!) receipt.

RSCA – collaborating with Goodwill Industries – will accept for recycling old computers, monitors, routers, and other consumer electronics including TVs, stereos, telephones, cell phones/PDAs etc. Hard drives are erased 3 times and shredded for security!

Saturday, October 1, 10am-2pm
RWS Library, 
corner of Marine Pky & Bridge Pky
(Enter the parking lot from Bridge Pky.)

There is no charge to bring small appliances, kitchenware, clothing & accessories, shoes, bed and bath linens, bicycles, jewelry, books, and more during this 4-hour event.

* CHECK THIS LINK for what we CAN accept…
and THIS LINK for what we can NOT accept !

Your Redwood Shores Community Association sponsors this annual recycling event in cooperation with our local Goodwill Industries. You can find more information about Goodwill programs at sfgoodwill.org.

The PILOT: September 2016

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Sounds of the Shores 2016

The final Sounds of the Shores is Sunday, August 21 — come out and enjoy The Rip Tides!

Sundays this Summer, Marlin Park is the place to party! Join your friends and neighbors for the Redwood Shores summer concert series.

Hosted by RSCA, the Sounds of the Shores summer concert series takes place once a month throughout the summer on Sunday afternoons — 5 – 7pm for three great nights in Marlin Park.

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(From 2015′s concert with OTR)

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The PILOT: August 2016

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The PILOT: July 2016

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The PILOT: June 2016

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The PILOT — June 2016

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