Fall 2023 NEW student and RETURNING student enrollment is open. MPCSD residents may register students for grades TK-8. Families with currently enrolled students received a re-enrollment email on March 20. Click here for enrollment information.
Violence at School - Resources for Families
MPCSD and its schools take school safety seriously and do all we can to ensure safe and welcoming learning spaces for every student. To help you manage difficult conversations at home, here are some resources: National Association of School Psychologists tips on talking to kids about violence; Common Sense Media talking to kids about violence, crime and war; Common Sense Media talking to kids about school shootings; American Psychological Association helping kids manage distress after a shooting. If you need other help, please start by asking your school counselor or administrator.
Need Mental Health Support? MPCSD has FREE resources available.
In partnership with StarVista, all MPCSD parents and caregivers can access three free counseling sessions for strength-based parental support and coaching. To find out more, call (650) 870-1503, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit star-vista.org/mpcsd. Sessions can help decrease power struggles, emotional overwhelm and stress at home, improve parent/child communication, and address student wellbeing in the wake of COVID-19. Thank you to all the generous donors at the MPAEF Auction for making this partnership possible.
Annual Report to the Community is Available
MPCSD's 2021-22 Report to the Community presents an overview of our funding, achievement, community engagement and more.
Since 2019, MPCSD’s efforts to realize its mission have been encapsulated in the aspirational vision of its Whole Child Learning & Development Framework, or the “Framework.”
The Framework’s five strategic elements reflect the district’s priorities and reinforce the 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 measurement of the Framework’s success lies in how all students engage, achieve, and thrive. District staff and Board are committed to focusing the district’s time, energy, and resources to making the elements a reality in our schools. Read more about the Framework and its implementation here.
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