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!
School Information & Helpful Links
Principal: Jennifer Knopf
Vice Principal: Nichole Crawford
Office Manager: Shaunna Ingersoll
Henry Ford website (official RCSD site)
Digital Flyers through Peachjar -- information about after school classes and programs, COVID testing, and so much more
Principal Newsletters & Virtual Coffees
Mustang Gazette Newsletters:
🏆 Henry Ford Sports Teams 📣 🏐 🏀 ⚽️ 🏆
Congratulations to all our Mustang athletes who have participated in school sports this year. We have had volleyball, basketball, and soccer teams!
Information to sign up for future sports teams are posted through Peachjar digital flyers.
Back to School Night
Thursday, Sept 8 @ 6pm
Join us for a welcome presentation by Principal Knopf. You’ll also be invited to tour your student’s classroom and learn about your teacher’s classroom plans for the coming school year. Hear about and sign-up for the volunteer opportunities in your child's classroom. Parents are encouraged and welcome to volunteer in the classroom.
Open House -- May 26 @ 6pm
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/
Healthy Cities Tutoring
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.
Informational session on Wednesday, October 13
RSVP by registering on their website (right column here: https://healthycities.site/). You can read more on their flyer (Spanish). If you can't make it, don't worry, there will be other opportunities! All training videos are alas available on-line. For now, tutoring opportunities will be held over Zoom, with the hope that by November, tutoring can be done in-person, at school.
For more information to become a Healthy Cities tutor, visit https://healthycities.site/, and click VOLUNTEER to complete the online application or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Healthy Cities is also looking for a volunteer site coordinator at Henry Ford! Help match students to teachers, to create long-lasting and successful relationships!