News & Announcements

UPDATE: Free Food for Families Locations

Due to traffic congestion at Seaside High, our partners at All in Monterey and The Food Bank of Monterey County, the Free Food for Families program has changed slightly. Mondays will be at Seaside High and Wednesdays will be at Monterey Peninsula College. See updated flyer.

Free Food Boxes for Families

LIMITED TIME: Thanks to a grant from the USDA, for the next five weeks (beginning week of January 25 through February 22) MPUSD will offer free food boxes to its families. You will recall this option was available for a brief period late last year. Thank you USDA for your support!

Athletics Update

Following the recent Central Coast Section statement regarding a start date for practices, MPUSD released the following message to high school families via ParentSquare. Click headline to read more.

School Consolidation and Realignment Study

Eric Hall & Associates (EH&A), in concert with the District’s demographer, DecisionInsite™/ Powerschool™, researched and developed various options/scenarios for consideration by District leadership and ultimately the Governing Board. NO decisions have been made. (Click headline to read more)

NOW OPEN: Elementary and Middle School

Open Enrollment for elementary and middle school for the 2021-22 school year is now open. Open Enrollment means that students who reside permanently in the MPUSD boundaries may apply for a transfer to any of the MPUSD schools where space is available.

High School Open Enrollment: Now Closed (held earlier in 2020)
Middle and Elementary School Open Enrollment: January 6 - February 4, 2021

MPUSD DonorsChoose Projects

Many of our MPUSD teachers have posted projects to be funded by donors.
To date, the district has raised $319,554 from 1,755 donors for 523 fully funded projects at 23 school sites. Did you know that 23% of our funding came from out-of-state. Click to see our projects and consider donating today.

Message from the Superintendent: State of Our Country

Yesterday I watched in horror as rioters forcibly entered the Capitol Building in an attempt to undermine a free and fair election and, at the urging of our president, disrupt the democratic process and the long held tradition of the peaceful transfer of power in the United States. As I witnessed windows being bashed in, individuals forcefully entering the Congress floor and taking a seat on the dais, and Capitol police drawing arms to keep elected officials safe, one thought kept returning to my mind: our children are watching. (Click headline to view full message)
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