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  • MPCSD STRUCTUAL DEFICIT FAQ IS NOW AVAILABLE

    CLICK HERE to read MPCSD's Structural Deficit FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) site. These FAQs was last updated on 12/7/16.

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  • MPCSD LAUNCHES OPENGOV

    In partnership with OpenGov, we're pleased to provide an interactive reporting tool of all District revenues and expenditures. Click here to learn more about MPCSD's OpenGov portal.

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  • FINANCIAL PLANNING INFORMATION AND UPDATES
    The Menlo Park City School District is engaged in a community-wide conversation regarding how to address the structural deficit. In partnership with the Superintendent’s Advisory Committee on Communication, the following updates and resources have been made available to you.

     

    For more information about what is causing the deficit and how the district might respond, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) Page.

    To ask questions, please email the Communication Advisory Team at commadvisoryteam@mpcsd.org.

    To provide input directly to the Board, please email board@mpcsd.org.

    For updates and information about process, see below.

     

    DECEMBER 5 SPECIAL BOARD MEETING UPDATE

    Special Board meeting was conducted to continue the discussion and hear community input regarding reduction priorities and the levels of potential parcel taxes. The new Board members were seated and welcomed. The Board elected their new President and Vice President. District staff presented specific information regarding reduction levels set against specific parcel tax amounts. The next draft of a parcel tax resolution was presented with the starting point of $350 for six years with an election in March. Preliminary results to community survey were presented. Board discussed resolution options and received community input. A decision was made to approve the levying of a $360 parcel tax to expire after seven years in a March 7, 2016 election. 

    For video of the meeting click here.

    For parcel tax slide deck click here.

    For community survey results deck click here.

     

    NOVEMBER 30 SPECIAL BOARD MEETING UPDATE

    Special Board meeting was conducted to continue the discussion and hear community input regarding reduction priorities and the levels of potential parcel taxes. District staff presented more detailed information regarding reduction and parcel tax amounts, as well as a draft resolution for the levying of a potential parcel tax. The district's strategy consultants and the district's attorney spoke. Community input was received. Outgoing, incoming, and continuing Board members were engaged in the discussion; the Board gave staff direction to draft a resolution with the starting point of a $350 parcel tax, expiring after six years.

    For video of the meeting click here.

    For slide deck click here.

     

    NOVEMBER 17 SPECIAL BOARD MEETING UPDATE

    Special Board meeting was conducted to continue the discussion and hear community input regarding reduction priorities and the levels of potential parcel taxes. Outgoing, incoming, and continuing Board members were engaged in the discussion. The district's strategy consultants spoke. Community input was received.

    For video of the meeting click here. 

    For reductions and revenue slide deck click here.

     

    NOVEMBER 9 REGULAR BOARD MEETING UPDATE

    At the Board’s regular November meeting, the Superintendent’s Advisory Committee on Communication presented the community input. Superintendent Maurice Ghysels presented a revised proposal for reductions set against different parcel tax options. Community input was received.

    For video of the meeting click here.

    For Community Input slide deck click here and online input summary click here.

    For Reductions and Revenue slide deck click here.

    For Board Report and Analysis on Proposed Reductions click here.

     

    OCTOBER 25 SPECIAL BOARD MEETING UPDATE

    Special Board meeting was conducted during the evening to hear community input regarding reductions and potential parcel tax measures.

    For video of the meeting click here. (Note: Audio malfunctioned for majority of meeting. See written transcripts.)

    For transcript of the meeting click here.

    For introductory slide deck click here.                     

     

    OCTOBER 24 SPECIAL BOARD MEETING UPDATE

    Special Board meeting was conducted during the day to hear community input regarding reductions and potential parcel tax measures.

    For video of the meeting click here.

    For transcript of the meeting click here.

    For introductory slide deck click here.

      

    OCTOBER 18 REGULAR BOARD MEETING UPDATE

    At the Board’s regular October meeting, Superintendent Maurice Ghysels presented preliminary budget reductions of over $5.5 million over the next three years. Community comment was received.

    For video of the meeting, click here.              

    For transcript of public comment click here.

    For reductions slide deck click here.               

    For Almanac coverage click here.

      

    SEPTEMBER 27 SPECIAL BOARD MEETING UPDATE

    Special Board meeting was conducted to hear community input regarding what can be learned from failure of Measure A & C in May 2016.

    For video of the meeting, click here.

    For meeting transcript click here.

    For introductory slide deck click here.

     
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Welcome

  • Welcome to the Menlo Park City School District. We are a community working together to inspire high academic achievement among all students, serve their needs, challenge their minds, and enrich their lives, laying a foundation for success and participation in our democratic society and as citizens of the world.

Special Recognition

  • Thank you Connie Tamaddon and Miles Keep for all the amazing student photos for our new website.

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