Menlo Park City School District

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  • The MPCSD School Board has placed a parcel tax, Measure B, on the November 2 ballot. Click here to read the full ballot language. Measure B renews an existing parcel tax, and if passed by voters, will fund high-quality teachers, core academic and enrichment programs, and reasonable class sizes at Encinal, Laurel, Oak Knoll and Hillview schools. For more information on Measure B visit the campaign's website or the county office of elections website. Also check our our Parcel Tax Guide here.

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  • YOU'RE INVITED: Learn more about MPCSD's Financial Challenges

    October 4, 4-6PM join the School Board and Superintendent for a Study Session on MPCSD's Financial Challenges. Zoom link here.

    October 6, 12-1:30PM join Superintendent Burmeister for a "Virtual Lunch" in conversation with the District CBO, members of the Finance and Audit Committee, and elected School Board officials to learn more about why a parcel tax was put on the November ballot. Zoom link here.

    Read more on our Community Engagement page.


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  • The California Safe Schools for All Plan

    In response to the Governor's Safe Schools for All Plan, MPCSD has provided all required and additional supporting documentation for application for supplemental funds under this new plan. Having been open to in-person instruction since September 8, 2020, MPCSD has shown that rigorous health and safety precautions can well mitigate the risk of COVID-19 at our schools and we continue to provide our in-person program to all grades Preschool-8th while maintaining low rates of infection. Read more about MPCSD's Safe Schools for All Plan here.

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  • Learning Continuity & Attendance Plan

    The annual Local Control and Accountability Plan has been transitioned this year to the Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan. Click to read the MPCSD's 2020 Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan. The School Board approved the "Budget Overview for Parents" (BOP) at the December 17, 2020 meeting. You may read the BOP here.

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  • COVID-19 Operations Written Report

    This report, approved by the School Board on June 11, 2020, is available to read here. This report, required by the California Department of Education, describes the impacts of COVID-19 and changes to the district's instructional program, especially in regards to meeting the needs of students who are considered underrepresented in our district.

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  • MPCSD's Whole Child Learning & Development Framework
    The MPCSD School Board and Leadership Team have developed our Whole Child Learning & Development Framework that outlines the five strategic elements that reflect the priorities upon which the district focuses its time, energy, and resources. The design of the Framework reinforces our district’s belief that Healthy & Collaborative Relationships and Integrated Well-Being are foundational to the success of our more academic and cognitive efforts: Learner Centered, Competency & Evidence Based, and Meaningful Work. The success of the Framework will be measured by asking how well every child is engaging, achieving, and thriving. We are excited to share this graphic as a visual representation of MPCSD's whole child priorities. 
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Welcome - Our Mission

  • 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.

District Office Hours

  • Until further notice, face coverings are required for all who visit our District Office. Thank you.


    Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.  

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