Henry Ford Elementary School is a gem of the Redwood City School District located in the heart of the Woodside Plaza neighborhood. As one of the rare K-5 neighborhood schools in the district, we focus on developing the academic, social, and emotional skills of primary grade students. Mustangs learn what it takes to succeed at Henry Ford School, and beyond!
Principal: Jennifer Knopf
Vice Principal: Nichole Crawford
Office Manager: Shaunna Ingersoll
Class Pages -- learn about your class and your teacher here!
Additional Resources through RCSD
All students have the option of eating school meals for free, regardless of their family's economic need. To ensure RCSD schools continue to receive necessary funding, RCSD needs families to fill out a short survey (instead of the Free or Reduced-Price Meal application, which has been used in the past).
Click here to read more and connect to the survey. Deadline: Sept 30, 2021
Digital Flyers through Peachjar -- information about after school classes and groups, COVID testing, RCSD meals, and so much more
Want to know more about how RCSD is keeping students, teachers and staff safe? Check out the Roadmap to Learning Safely
News from RCSD about new COVID screening testing AT school, starting Sept 20!
Weekly COVID testing for RCSD students at Hoover and Kennedy
Principal Newsletters & Virtual Coffees
Mustang Gazette Newsletters:
Back to School Night
Thursday, Sept 9 at 6pm
Thank you to Principal Knopf and all the teachers for an informative Back to School Night!
Watch your child proudly show off all they have accomplished during the year. Chat with your teacher and check out the other classrooms, including the next grade up. See the special Art in Action exhibit in the MUR (aka cafeteria), showcasing the artistic talents of all of our students.
For technical support with your child's chromebook or ipad, you can reach the school district at (650) 482-2100, or fill out the form http://bit.ly/RCSDtechsupport (english) or http://bit.ly/
Reach a child. Touch a Family. Build a community.
Healthy Cities Tutoring's community of volunteers, who range in age from 14-96, provide one-on-one tutoring and mentoring to students for 30-45 minutes per week to improve their academic performance, engagement in learning, and self-esteem.
This year with distance learning we are seeking volunteers willing to be trained in tutoring a student remotely once a week. We expect the need to grow this year and hope you or someone you know will get involved in this rewarding volunteer experience.