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  • MPCSD Superintendent to join Regional COVID Response Discussion on Wednesday

    The Midpen Media Center will record a Zoom session with several school district superintendents including Don Austin (Palo Alto Unified School District), Gina Sudaria (Ravenswood Elementary School District), and Erik Burmeister (Menlo Park City School District) on Wednesday, August 12 at 4 PM. You can see the live-stream by going to the Media Center's YouTube Channel at:
    It should appear at the top of all the videos and will say LIVE.  Click on it to open. If you don't see it, refresh the page. An edited version of the video will be available by August 20 on the Media Center's YouTube channelThe conversation will address the pandemic-related challenges that the districts face, as well as the preparation and support that the districts are implementing for students, teachers, and parents.

     

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  • MPCSD's Reopening Plan

    MPCSD has published its Fall 2020 Reopening Plan detailing program choices, health and safety practices, child care, social emotional well-being, and more as they relate to how school will be provided to the 3,000 students in our district over the 2020-21 school year. 

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  • School Board Resolves to Commit to Anti-Racism

    At its June 11, 2020 meeting, the MPCSD School Board unanimously passed a resolution titled "Commitment to Creating Anti-Racist Classrooms, Schools, and Communities." The district aims, through examination of its policies and education of students, staff, and the community, to create an "environment in which the children in our district may grow up to be adults who are anti-racist, because a just and democratic society depends on it." Read the full resolution 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 Helps: Supporting our Community During Coronavirus Pandemic

    If you need assistance with food security or other resources during this time, or you would like to contribute to MPCSD's efforts to support our vulnerable families, please see our MPCSD Helps page for ways you can contribute or request help.

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  • 2020-21 School Calendar
    The Menlo Park City School District School Board has approved the Instructional Calendar for the 2020-21 School Year. The first day of school will be August 20, 2020.
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  • 2020-21 Priority Kindergarten registration has ended. However, all new K-8 students for Fall 2020 may continue registering. Click here for enrollment information. 

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  • MPCSD's Whole Child Learning & Development Framework
    As part of our Strategic Directions refocusing effort, 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 will focus its time, energy, and resources over the next three years. The design of the Framework reinforces our district’s belief that student and adult well being, relationships, and collaboration 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 as a model of how MPCSD delivers its program 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 how these five elements connect with each other, and we look forward to the renewed energy the Framework brings around what MPCSD's priorities are. 
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  • imagine + inspire + innovate = i3

    i3, pronounced “i-cubed,” is a teaching and learning venture of the Menlo Park City School District in Silicon Valley. Through i3, MPCSD is providing a laboratory environment where learner-centered, teacher-driven innovation in public education can be dreamt, designed, tested, and scaled. i3 consists of The 5 Elements—Learning Personalized, Evidenced & Competency Based, Meaningful Work, Student Wellness & Agency, and Collaboration for Learning. Click here to learn more.

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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.

    SCHOOL YEAR HOURS

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

     

    SUMMER HOURS

    Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. 

     

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