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MPCSD PARENT PAGES

The parent pages are a source for news and information on major district initiatives including access to information about the Common Core Standards, Smarter Balanced Assessment, what teachers are learning, and news articles featuring our schools. Click here to view MPCSD Parent Pages.
 
MPCSD RECEIVES CHARTER PETITION FROM MENLO MANDARIN IMMERSION CHARTER SCHOOL
On September 12 our District received its first Charter School petition from the parents of the Menlo Mandarin Immersion Charter School. Click here to see the entire Charter petition including petition signatures.
  • The School Board took action on the Charter Petition at the November 12 Board meeting, the District's Leadership Team presented (click here for the presentation) to the Board the findings from their extensive review of the petition (click here for the report). After public comment, the Board unanimously denied the petition based on the criteria outlined in the law, adopting the Leadership Team’s report as the official written findings. 
Previous public meetings:
  • Study Session on Monday, October 27, review the presentation to the Board here.
  • Public Hearing on Tuesday, October 14
  • A presentation on Charter School fundamentals was presented to the Board on September 3, and is accessible here.​
Click here to read Charter Petition FAQs.

The District also received the Petitioners’ request for District facilities under Proposition 39 on October 31.  Click here to see a copy of MMICS’s request for facilities.
NEW LAUREL SCHOOL: UPPER CAMPUS
For more information on the New Laurel School - Upper Campus, please click here.
Notice of Intent to Adopt a Negative Declaration Laurel School Upper Campus (O'Connor School Site), click here.
EBOLA INFORMATION
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced the first travel-associated case of Ebola diagnosed in the United States on September 30, 2014. The affected person traveled from West Africa to Dallas, Texas. According to CDC, Ebola poses no significant risk to the United States.

As there are no cases of Ebola in San Mateo County and California, click here for recommended preventive actions for children, parents and staff to minimize the spread of any infectious diseases.

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