San Bruno Park School District - San Bruno, California

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Disclosure of Student Data Lawsuit !!!

Informational Letter

Informational Letter (Spanish)


The Big Lift

Google Impact Challenge Grant


Parca REACH Program

Before and After school programs and Summer Camp.

Reach Program



Champions Extended Learning

Before and After School, Kindergarten, Preschool, Breaks and Summer Camps.

Champions Learning


Bus Information

Students, 17 years and younger, pay $1.25 for each one-way trip. They also can purchase discount tokens or a discounted Monthly Pass. Those who want a Monthly Pass must apply for a Youth Clipper card, part of the regional fare system. (Some schools participate in a paper pass program for students in the free and reduced lunch program.)

Parents or guardians can download an application for a Clipper Youth card at and submit it via mail or bring it to the SamTrans office (1250 San Carlos Ave. in San Carlos).

The SamTrans website includes a wealth of information about youth using the system and the schools SamTrans serves: and For those without online access, the Customer Service Center is Ready to assist them at 1-800-660-4287

Summer Lunch Program

San Bruno Park School District Seamless Summer Lunch Program






Welcome to the San Bruno Park School District website. We appreciate your visit. As you will see there is a great deal of information so that you can be informed about what our district is all about.

You will find information about the Governance or decision making system of the District. Check out the latest School Board agenda or the minutes from the last meeting. Click on the link that takes you to each of the District’s Policies and Regulations for your reference.

Additionally, you will find information about each of our schools and the highly qualified staff that teach and support each child.

In our Human Resources section you will find what job openings the district has, how to apply for them, and what the standard of compensation is for staff.

Interested in knowing how to register a student for school? Then look at our Student Registration section. In this section you will find the forms needed to register a child for school, what the attendance areas are for each of our schools, and what forms are needed to apply for an IntraDistrict or InterDistrict Transfer.

Have a question about the schools’ calendar of attendance? OR what the starting times or ending times of a school are? Then visit our Calendar section and you will get answers to your questions.

Our Business section provides information about the District’s fiscal condition and the latest budget documents or plans for receiving monies into the district and plans for spending monies to support students’ successes.

Have an area that you do not see? Please let us know by Contacting Us.

Enjoy your visit. We are a District of “Proud Schools in a Proud Community.”


San Bruno Park School District Strategic Plan

Mission Statement:
The San Bruno Park School District educates and empowers all students to thrive academically, socially and emotionally to be contributing members of society.

Core Values:
(Not in priority order)

The San Bruno Park School District values…
The whole child
Teamwork and collaboration,
Ethical behavior
Innovation and creativity

Three-Year Goals:
(2015-2018 Not in priority order)

Attract, develop and retain highly qualified staff

Implement 21st century learning strategies and methodologies

Become fiscally solvent

Develop, expand and implement quality programs and courses to enable academic success for all students.

Strategic Plan


Creepy Clown

Dear SBPSD families,
You may have heard about the “Creepy Clown” issue going viral across the United States. In talking with the San Bruno Police Department, I want to let you know that San Bruno has not received any emails or communications regarding the creepy clowns to date. However, because students are seeing messages and information regarding this, our police department will make sure they are visible throughout our school neighborhoods. We have no reason to believe there will be a problem, but we will communicate closely with the San Bruno Police Department to keep a close eye on our schools and children.
Thank you so much. Student safety is our priority. If you have questions, please feel free to contact me at 650 624-3110.

Cheryl Olson

Familias SBPSD Queridos,

Usted puede haber oído sobre el tema Payaso Gangster o “Creepy Clown” ir viral a través de Estados Unidos. Al hablar con el Departamento de Policía de San Bruno, quiero hacerle saber que San Bruno no ha recibido ningún correo electrónico o las comunicaciones relativas a los payasos espeluznantes hasta la fecha. Sin embargo, porque los estudiantes están viendo mensajes e información con respecto a este, nuestro departamento de policía se asegurará de que sean visibles a través de nuestros barrios escolares. No tenemos ninguna razón para creer que habrá un problema, pero vamos a comunicar estrechamente con el Departamento de Policía de San Bruno para mantener una estrecha vigilancia sobre nuestras escuelas y niños.

Muchas gracias. La seguridad del estudiante es nuestra prioridad. Si tiene alguna pregunta, por favor no dude en comunicarse conmigo al 650 624-3110.


Cheryl Olson

Understanding the CAASPP report


Public Hearing Notice Local Control Accountability Plan June 10th 2015.

LCAP 2016 - 2018


San Bruno Education Foundation

Founded in 2005, the San Bruno Education Foundation (SBEF) is committed to helping children receive a great education. Our mission is to promote and support education in preschool through grade eight schools in San Bruno. The Foundation is a conduit providing resources to meet the educational needs of children in San Bruno schools. Our goal is to receive, raise, and distribute money for the improvements of San Bruno Schools.

Notice of Public Hearing Instructional Materials

Public Hearing

Healthy Schools Initiative

Press Release

Student Health Insurance

The school district in conjunction with the Children’s Health Initiative, want to help every uninsured student obtain health insurance. The programs available can be free or low-cost for all children of low and middle-income families.


HCU Flier


HCU Flier Spanish