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Ralston Intermediate School serves all sixth through eighth grade students in the Belmont/Redwood Shores School District. During the 2014-2015 school year we anticipate an enrollment of approximately ...more

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Belmont, September 22, 2017 – On Oct. 3rd, the students of Ralston Middle School will learn about growth mindset and grit from Blake Brandes, who has a doctorate in hip-hop and global
youth cultures, and is a TEDx speaker and international youth motivational speaker.

Brandes will present the work of Carol Dweck and Angela Duckworth in a fun, accessible manner that empowers children of all ages. The presentation will include age-appropriate and
engaging growth mindset and grit lessons infused with beatboxing, comedic storytelling, and family-friendly freestyle rapping.

“When students adopt a growth mindset, they become more resilient when facing challenges at school and at home, are less likely to give up, and believe more in their power to learn new things.” said Blake Brandes.

Marsha Jones, associate superintendent of Springdale Public Schools in Arkansas, said, “Blake Brandes uses his talents as a hip-hop artist to capture the imagination of students and encourages them to pursue their dreams and aspirations. He is very skilled at reaching into the hearts and minds of students as he engages them in thinking about the endless possibilities for future success.”

Through a demonstration of his passion for beatboxing and freestyle rap, along with stories of his own struggle to achieve his goals, Brandes brings energy and enthusiasm to the stage that allows him to connect with students. Brandes has given this presentation to thousands of students across  the country, and is currently scheduled to visit 105 schools in 25 states for the 2017-2018 school year.

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Save the date for SchoolForce's Save the Music Festival 

Sunday, October 1, 2017


Save the Music is a Belmont tradition! 


Join your friends and neighbors at the 15th Annual Save the Music Festival! This event features talented musicians and dancers of diverse ages and cultural traditions, the Battle of the Marching Bands between Stanford and UC Davis, a Children’s Stage, and a musical instrument petting zoo, where you can try out various instruments that are featured in our schools' music programs! 


In addition to the musical stages and programs, the festival features food, the Save the Music University (STMU) educational programs, children's games and activities and even a bouncy house!


See the complete schedule of GREAT MUSIC, GREAT FUN AND GREAT FOOD here!


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