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Menlo Park Afterschool Childcare
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by still concerned, Menlo Park: other,
on Feb 3, 2008
If you are planning on registering you incoming kinder this week in one of the Menlo Park School District elementary schools you should know ahead of time that there are NO ON SITE after-school care options available in our District.
Furthermore, the Menlo Park City after-school program is currently full and presently has a wait list of 68 children (school age)/ 171 (preschool).
Menlo Park appears to be the school district on the Peninsula not offering on-site after school care alternatives. PA, EPA, LA, LL, PV etc. all have (had) on-site care for years.
If you are concerned or even curious about this issue, please come to the Menlo Park School Board Meeting Feb 5th at 7pm to hear discussion of the topic with presentations made to the Board by Ken Ranella (Superintendent) and follow up presentation/commentary by concerned parents.
The Superintendents' presentation is available for review online: Web Link
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