Fewer cars make campuses feel welcoming, safe and easy to approach on foot. When choosing how students commute to and from school, families should determine the best options in light of their children's age and experience.
MPCSD is happy to announce that neighborhood bus services will be returning for the 2021-22 school year with modifications. Face coverings will be required to be worn by all bus riders. Weather permitting, bus windows will remain open for ventilation purposes. Each bus will be sanitized after each use. All parents or guardians must do a health screening at home before sending their child on the bus. If your child is not feeling well, please keep them at home.
Please click your child's school link below to register for neighborhood bus services
MPCSD YELLOW BUS
Menlo Park City School District provides resident transportation to students at Encinal School, Laurel School (Upper and Lower Campus) and Oak Knoll (morning only). View the yellow bus schedules and route maps by choosing the appropriate links below for the 2021-22 school year.
Bus Schedules for 2021-22
CLICK HERE to find SamTrans routes for Encinal, Oak Knoll and Hillview Schools.
Families can select different options for riding the MPCSD yellow school bus. Fees apply for riding to Encinal and Laurel School (Lower and Upper Campus) and Oak Knoll. Below are the current fees for bus ridership.
$600 per year per student
One Way (AM or PM)
$300 per year per student
Connector Bus (PM) EN > LLC > LUC
Connector Bus (PM) LUC > LLC
$180 per yer per student
Priority will be given to those who register for BOTH AM & PM and siblings.
SAFE ROUTES TO SCHOOL
Riding bikes or walking together is fun for students and the exercise can make concentrating in class easier. Click here for additional Bike and Walk information. Visit your school's transportation page for recommended routes and bike/walk campus rules: Encinal Hillview Laurel Oak Knoll
Student safety, traffic flow and parking are critical issues for the District, and MPCSD is committed to Safe Routes projects in partnership with Menlo Park, Atherton, San Mateo County and local police departments.
Funding for Safe Routes to School programs is made possible by the City/County Association of Governments of San Mateo County. Click here to learn more.