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  • Stanford Park Youth Sports K-5 After School Volleyball at Oak Knoll
    Stanford Park Youth Sports is offering a K-5 After School Volleyball Clinic at Oak Knoll, which will challenge players mentally and physically to help them become the best possible versions of themselves on and off the court. 60 minutes sessions led by our experienced coaches who not only played on the collegiate level but pursued their careers playing overseas. Our philosophy encourages kids to confidently and consistently work hard towards their goals and aspirations on and off the court. We use a positive approach to encourage confidence, develop life skills, and promote teamwork. Click here to register.
    City of Menlo Park Annual Egg Hunt
    The City of Menlo Park’s annual Egg Hunt event takes place on April 8, 2023, from 10 a.m.-12 noon at Flood Park. Please bring a basket for collecting eggs. The event will include crafts and candy guess, egg hunt, photos with the bunny, and fire engine rides. Find more information here.
    Live the Dash Run Club at Oak Knoll
    Live the Dash Run Club is an empowerment program designed to motivate kids of all ages and abilities. We transform traditional running games and drills into bite-sized life lessons that teach confidence and resilience. Our powerful curriculum encourages a growth mindset in every child we meet so they can LIVE THEIR BEST DASH! Kids leave Run Club sweaty, smiling, and STRONG! Check out this flyer about our spring After School Program at Oak Knoll.

    Mathletes After School Program at Oak Knoll!In our award-winning program, students discover that math is visual, challenging and FUN !  Each week students work together tackling interesting problems from Math Olympiads, Math Kangaroo and informal team competitions. Work is started in class with print-outs, and often continued at home. We have an online curriculum that contains a large number of assignments that vary by theme and difficulty. If you like puzzles, patterns and problem solving...enroll today!  


    Menlo Park Safe Routes to School Program Survey

    Your feedback allows the team to adjust Safe Routes to School (SRTS) education and encouragement program features to best meet the needs of each individual school, and is shared with decision makers throughout the county who can address infrastructure issues regarding safe walking and biking and decision makers in our school community. This survey will take approximately 4 minutes to complete. Please share your input with these Parent/Caregiver Survey Links: English / Spanish / Chinese


    Mid-Peninsula Summer Camp hosted by Hi-Five at Sacred Heart 

    Mid-Peninsula Hi-Five Summer Camp prides itself on not being just a basic sports camp. It's a place where kids feel safe to be themselves with zero tolerance for bullying. The fundamentals of sports will be taught in a fun way while building up confidence. At the end of summer the goal isn't just to learn a new sport, but to have boosted the self esteem of every camper. If you have any questions email or visit Mid-Peninsula sports powered by Hi-Five to register.


    Pancake Breakfast

    Boy Scout Troop 206 presents the 2023 Menlo Park Annual Gourmet Pancake Breakfast on Saturday, April 22, 8 am-12 noon at Trinity Church Parish Hall (330 Ravenswood Ave.). $10 Adult or 2 kids 10 and under; all you can eat. Meet your friends and neighbors for good company and food: Formula 206 Flapjacks, fresh fruit & juices, savory sausage links, coffee, cocoa & assorted teas.