News & Announcements

SCSD Superintendent Update COVID-10 - March 24

The County Health Officer posted another statement yesterday, March 23. Dr. Morrow strongly encourages community members to stay in their homes with your own family unit, stay in your own neighborhood, and vigilantly minimize person-to-person contact outside of the home. The statement also encourages volunteering and donating to help address the hardships caused by the coronavirus outbreak.
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SCSD Distance Learning Portal

Welcome to our new SCSD Distance Learning Portal

Here you will find resources and daily lesson plans for your child(ren). Please see your school page to get announcements, guidelines, and procedures. Check in each day via the attendance form located on your school's grade level page. SCSD is obligated by the state of California to continue to track student “attendance.”
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Superintendent COVID-19 Udpates

Although our educational efforts are considered essential services, we are effectively closing our campuses to both students and staff starting March 17. We will reduce activity to what is strictly necessary to continue offering distance learning and limited school lunches. Please click on the link above for more information.

For more information on the Shelter in Place order, please visit see the San Mateo County website - https://www.smcgov.org/shelter-place-faqs
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2019/20 Parent Education Nights

Events are listed in chronological order. Highlighted events are hosted outside of San Carlos with partners in education, including Sequoia Healthcare District, San Mateo County Office of Education and other notable organizations. Resources will be linked after each event takes place.
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Measure N Parcel Tax Renewal Information

Without the renewal of the Measure P funding and increase through Measure N on the March 3rd ballot, some existing local school funding, about $2.2M, will expire and disappear from SCSD school budgets. San Carlos School District K-8 schools will have to make drastic cuts to academic programs, increase class sizes, and maintain only basics. Learn more about what that could mean to our schools.
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