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Primary School Philosophy 

The philosophy of Redeemer Episcopal Day School is one that provides the very best teaching and learning environment possible.

We strive to create a place where students feel welcome and safe while developing a strong sense of self-esteem, positive attitudes toward school and learning, creative and critical thinking, and respect for self and others.  We believe in educating the whole child focusing on the social, emotional, physical, mental, and academic traits in order to foster students to become responsible citizens. At REDS, service is highlighted because it is our ultimate goal that our children leave us wanting to make a strong impact in their community and the world around them. At the heart of it, by always showing them that they are loved and respected, we endeavor to make our students the best that they can be inside and outside of the school walls.

It is our ultimate goal that our children leave REDS wanting to make a strong impact in their community and the world around them.

Kindergarten

Hands-on, engaging, and student-focused lessons are designed to engage, promote critical thinking, and instill a love of learning

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Third Grade

Our third graders will study a variety of multicultural influences on our world today and together will build a community of learners who work together with confidence, empathy, and a growth mindset.

First Grade

Our first grade students are encouraged to wonder, explore, and communicate their thinking through morning inquiry and integrated STEAM activities.

Fourth Grade

Our Fourth Grade students will develop problem-solving skills while refining multiplication and division facts. They will learn to respectfully communicate their ideas to others while also collaborating in diverse teams.

Second Grade

Second grade students will learn to ask questions, apply reason to their problem solving, and think critically about their learning.

Fifth Grade

Our fifth graders are active participants in their own educational experience and work toward substantial learning independence throughout the school year.