Menlo Park City School District

Menlo Park City School District is seeking substitute teachers. If you’re looking for an engaging was to spend the day, remain active with the youth of our community, and earn some extra income, come join the MPCSD team as a substitute teacher with our wonderful students.

A Bachelor’s degree, the California Basic Education Skill Test, finger printing, and a great attitude are all that’s required. We provide you with inspiring teachers to work with and curious students willing to learn from you.

Subs work about 8:00 am to 3:00 pm and earn $170 per day. You choose the days you’re available. Please read more at the guest teacher page on our website.

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Families gather at welcome event in advance of new Menlo Park City School District preschool

Next month, the Menlo Park City School District is opening its long-planned preschool, offering full and part day programs for children ages 3-5. Jessica Mihaly, Director of the Early Learning Center, hosted a welcome event at Laurel School last weekend for enrolled students and families to meet each other and their new teachers, enjoy some […]

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Community’s input needed for MPCSD’s annual survey

Your feedback is requested in the Menlo Park City School District’s annual survey, whether or not you have children attending school in the district. Please take the survey here before June 1. “We value your feedback and hope to hear from as many people as possible,” emailed Parke Treadway. “Please share the survey link with friends […]

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First Grader Augie Arata runs MPCSD as “Superintendent for the Day”

Menlo Park City School District had an honorary superintendent last Thursday (May 3rd) as first grader Augie Arata spent the day shadowing Superintendent Erik Burmeister.  He won the spot as an auction item in the annual fundraiser for the district held by the Menlo Park-Atherton Education Foundation. “Mr. Arata” reported for duty at 8:30 am, […]

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Menlo Park City School District announces start of registration for Fall 2018 – kindergarten and new students

All students entering Menlo Park City School District schools in Fall 2018 — kindergarten and other new students — may register starting February 1. This year, MPCSD will use a process called SchoolMint that is fully online and easier for parents to complete. To register a new student for Fall 2018, go to starting […]

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Spotted: Menlo Park school district administrators at Farmers Market

Menlo Park City School District Superintendent Erik Burmeister, Oak Knoll principal Kirsten Garcia and Hillview associate principal Joan von der Linden (pictured left to right) were on had at the Menlo Park Farmers Market this morning. They were there to say “thanks” to the community for voting “yes” on proposition X and to answers questions […]

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Spotted: MPCSD students participating in Hour of Code

During the week of December 4th, all Menlo Park City School District elementary schools are participating in’s Hour of Code. Over 700  students will join the millions worldwide learning to code this week with a variety of exercises and apps, including Kodable, Scratch, JR., and Hopscotch. The organization believes “every student should have the […]

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Menlo Park city schools seek input from community on long-term financial planning

Menlo Park City School District Superintendent Erik Burmeister invites members of the MPCSD community — future, current, and former district parents, as well as all taxpayers and interested community members — to provide their input regarding the district’s long-term financial planning. The Board seeks community input on how to address the district’s fiscal demands at […]

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Community Town Hall with MPCSD incoming Superintendent Erik Burmeister set for Feb. 16

There will be a Community Town Hall meeting with Menlo Park City School District (MPCSD) incoming Superintendent Erik Burmeister on Thursday, Feb. 16, from 6:00 to 7:30 pm in the Cypress Room at the Arrillaga Family Recreation Center, 700 Alma Street, Menlo Park. Topics include public school funding changes impacting all California communities and the state of […]

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MPCSD seeks input through survey mailed to all adult residents within the district

The Menlo Park City School District continues its effort to encourage community input into its direction and planning, as well as proactively providing information of interest to the public. The next phase of this engagement is a community survey mailed to adult residents within the MPCSD borders and all MPCSD parents the week of October […]

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Menlo Park City School District seeks community input

As the Menlo Park City School Board grapples with a structural deficit, growing enrollment, and the sunset of 2010 voter approved parcel taxes (Measure C) at the end of this school year, it looks to the community for input and direction about how to continue providing quality public education to its expanding student population. While […]

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