Community Engagement

Measure N Parcel Tax

The San Carlos School District is committed to providing an innovative and engaging learning experience that fosters the development of the whole child and maintains the high quality of local TK-8 schools. Exceptional teachers, small class sizes, challenging instructional programs, dedicated parent volunteers, and outstanding science, art, and music programs have prepared generations of local San Carlos children to succeed in high school, college, and careers. SCSD’s goal is to continue that tradition. SCSD uses local revenue to supplement limited State funding. Measure N is a temporary $334.60 parcel tax, lasting only eight years. Its proceeds could be used to retain exceptional teachers and protect core programs.

Click on the header to learn more about Measure N.
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Read the Superintendent's Community Newsletter - January 2020

Highlights In This Issue:
- 2020-2021 Calendar Update
- Measure N Parcel Tax Information
- New Student Enrollment for 2020-2021
- Good News Regarding SCSD Student Achievement
- San Carlos Week of the Family
- PTA Chickens’ Ball Variety Show Fundraiser
- Parent Education Opportunities
- Highlights of Recent Board Meetings
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Read the Superintendent's Community Newsletter - October 2019

Highlights include:
- Back-to-School Nights
- Parent Conferences
- Week of the School Administrator
- Great Shake Out and The Big Five
- Emergency Contact Information
- School Board Appointment Process
- Prop. 39 Grant Rooftop Solar Projects: Tierra Linda & Mariposa Schools
- New Student Registration for 2020-2021
- Kindergarten Information Night
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2019-20 LCAP Available

The final draft LCAP was adopted by the SCSD Board of Education at its regular board meeting on June 13, 2019, and by the San Mateo Office of Education on September 25, 2019.

In accordance with LCAP requirements, questions raised during the public hearing, which was held on June 6, 2019, must be responded to by the Superintendent or designee, and posted on the District’s website. There were no questions raised during the public hearing.
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