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Front Entrance at Night at Kennedy Middle School
Girls Painting Together in Art Class at Kennedy Middle School
Group of Students Playing Trumpets and Saxophone at Kennedy Middle School
Teacher and Students Interacting in Science Project at Kennedy Middle School

Our District's Mission

RCSD creates a safe and supportive, inspirational and rigorous, joyful and inclusive environment for all learners

Meet Kennedy

With a commitment to excellence, Kennedy Middle School engages, encourages, and empowers students in challenging and creative learning opportunities while preparing them for their futures in high school and beyond.

San Mateo County Education Leaders Take Note of RCSD’s Work to Guide Newcomer Students

The Kennedy Middle School Newcomer Academy serves students in grades 6-8 who are born outside the United States, have been in the United States school system for less than two years, and are identified as English Learners. This innovative program recognizes the diverse needs of students and their families while providing immersive core subject studies with grade level peers coupled with social and educational support. 

Choose Kennedy

As a school consisting only of grades 6-8, Kennedy provides a haven for middle schoolers to learn in a safe environment and become comfortable with themselves as they transition from K-5.

Kennedy Middle School Presents RCSD’s First Class of Graduates with their Seal of Biliteracy

More than a dozen pioneering middle school students will be the first from Redwood City School District (RCSD) to obtain Biliteracy Attainment Recognition through the San Mateo County Office of Education (SMCOE) as part of a new program. The 2022-23 promoting students were the first to leave Redwood City School District with official County Office recognition for their biliteracy. 

Kennedy Pride

Our school's awards and recognitions. 

Kennedy’s Le Shares Mathematics Expertise with Educators at National Gathering

Ms. Le’s illustrative presentation featured research she did at the Stanford University Luthy Lab as part of the Ignited Summer Fellowship Program, as well as how she has integrated findings from Re-Inventing the Nation’s Urban Water Infrastructure (ReNUWIt) project into her Redwood City classroom. Ms. Le’s students used their math saavy for practical applications such as analyzing local and national water data, converting measurements, comparing prices, and creating graphs.

Our Stories and Initiatives

Our District By the Numbers


different languages are spoken at home by our students and their families in our district including Arabic, Mandarin, Polish, Russian, Samoan, Spanish, and Vietnamese


healthy and nutritious breakfasts and lunches served every school day in our district


square feet of space are maintained by RCSD custodians and groundskeepers throughout our district