Redlands Educational Partnership

Mission Statement

The mission of the Redlands Educational Partnership is threefold: to make education a priority in the community, to enhance our students’ learning opportunities and to better prepare Redlands Unified School District students to become contributing members of our society.

Redlands Educational Partnership

where community and schools come together
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Redlands Turkey Trot - A Virtual Event


REP benefits directly from funds raised through Redlands Turkey Trot registrations, and these funds help us fund our programs in RUSD. This year’s event is a virtual event, and you will run at your own pace and in your own place! But we hope you’ll continue the Thanksgiving tradition and trot before you gobble.

You may register directly online and then gather your flock and fly the coop!

Virtual Turkey Trot Registration

Grants for Teachers

The application period for Grants for Teachers is now closed.
Over $75,000 in Grants were awarded to 159 teachers for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Click here to read more Grant Recipient List

2019 REPresenting Our Schools Art Project

T.A.G.S. Funding

Technology, Arts, Gardens and Science
The TAGS Program has been suspended for the 2020-2021 academic year. 

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Thank you to our REP Rebounders team!

Our 2019 Harlem Wizards fundraiser was a great success!
REP Rebounders Team Roster

A Word From Donna West, REP's Founder

In early 1987, I became aware of the great need for additional funds in our Redlands Unified School District to continue some desirable programs that were being cut. One program was the “Grants to Teachers” program which had been discontinued as well as our enrichment programs which are always the first to go in tough economic times. Several parents banded together and we were able to establish the Redlands Educational Partnership and begin funding these programs with the help of community volunteers, business partners, parents and the school district. We continue to support good programs in our schools that enhance the learning of our children and make education a priority in our community.