MPCSD News

  • Re-enrollment for 2021-2022
    MPCSD's annual re-enrollment process began March 25 and will close on April 16. All parents/guardians of current K-7 grade students received their student’s re-enrollment notification email from PowerSchool Enrollment. Please complete your student’s re-enrollment no later than Friday, April 16. Even though your plans for next year may not be finalized, please complete the re-enrollment process in any case. You always have the option of contacting our registrar at registrar@mpcsd.org to update your enrollment status should it change.
     
    After April 16, parents/guardians who have not completed their student’s re-enrollment will be contacted directly by MPCSD staff. If you have any questions about this process, please contact the registrar at registrar@mpcsd.org.

     

    San Mateo County Releases Updated PRF
    On April 6, the County Health Department and Office of Education released the latest version of the Pandemic Recovery Framework that all schools must follow. The most impactful change is the reduction of required distance between students in classrooms to three feet. This allows MPCSD's School Board to consider a further "dial down" of its pandemic response as early as this spring. The Board will discuss this at its April 15 meeting at 5:00 p.m. Zoom details will be posted to the district homepage under "Announcements" by Monday evening.
     
    Another change in the April 6 PRF is to refer all families and staff to the CDPH website for travel guidance (updated April 2). If you travel, please see CDPH for guidelines on quarantine. MPCSD's COVID FAQ page reflects these updates.
     
     

    Construction Announcement from Menlo Park Safe Routes to School Program
    A repaving project on Oak Grove Avenue will start soon and last about two weeks. Construction will be between Alma St. and El Camino Real, a route that is used by many students biking and walking to school. The bike lanes and sidewalks will not be closed but may be more challenging for children during this time. For more information on Safe Routes to School, including biking and walking maps for MPCSD schools, see the City's website.

     

    Upcoming District English Learner Advisory Comittee (DELAC)
    DELAC is a committee for the parents of students who are learning English.  At this April meeting we will present our Extended Learning/Intervention Grant plan for parent input.  We hope you will be able to join us on Tuesday, April 13th from 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. via Zoom for this additional session!