Redwood Adventist Academy Breaks Ground for New Campus

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Redwood Adventist Academy held its groundbreaking ceremony for phases one and two of its new campus on Sept. 25. The goal is to have the multipurpose gym and the administration building completed before the beginning of next school year. Those in attendance included school families and local pastors, as well as members of the school board, the school foundation, local government, the local chamber of commerce, the Pacific Union, and the Northern California Conference. After the Tubbs Fire destroyed the school in 2017 and before the current pandemic, classes met in temporary buildings on the campus. Teachers and their K-8 students are currently meeting online until they receive the go-ahead from Sonoma County to return to their classrooms. “Breaking ground gives us hope,” said Principal Shaun Lazarus. “A brighter future awaits us.”

This story first appeared in Northern Lights, the weekly newsletter for the Northern California Conference. Learn more about the NCC:

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