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  • Public Engagement Accommodations for the March 26, 2020  Special Board Meeting

    In light of the current Public Health Emergency, the Board decided to hold its March 26th Special Board Meeting by teleconference.  For more information on the agenda, or instruction on how participate in the teleconference click here.

     

    We appreciate your flexibility and understanding as we navigate these unprecedented circumstances. Should you have questions or need assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out at info@mpcsd.org.  

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  • Effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020, MPCSD schools are closed to the public

    San Mateo County Health Officer Dr. Scott Morrow has issued a School Operations Modification Order and the Health Department has issued a Shelter in Place Health Order that means our schools will close Tuesday, March 17, 2020 through at least April 7, 2020, unless amended by the county or state health officer. The order requires all schools to dismiss students from regular attendance and encourages schools and school districts to implement at-home learning models. MPCSD has dismissed students and is providing at-home Distance Learning

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  • Guidance on COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

    Click here for MPCSD's COVID-19 FAQ page.

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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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  • Menlo Park City School District saves Taxpayers over $3.7 Million

    Atherton, CA - The Menlo Park City School District is pleased to report that is has secured savings of over $3.7 million for local taxpayers by refinancing bonds previously approved by voters. The School Board had voted at its August 29 meeting to approve the refinance, and the action was implemented on September 10, 2019. To read the entire press release, CLICK HERE.

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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

  • THE DISTRICT OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED FOR SPRING BREAK

    Friday, March 27 - Friday, April 3

    Shelter in Place hours will resume Monday, April 6

     

    SPECIAL HOURS DURING SHELTER IN PLACE

    Monday - Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

     

    SCHOOL YEAR HOURS

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

     

    SUMMER HOURS

    Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. 

     

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