Transfer Belle Haven residents out of Ravenswood City School District (RCSD)
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For decades the residents of Menlo Park’s Belle Haven neighborhood have been part of the Ravenswood City School District. The educational outcomes of RCSD traditional public schools when measured by test scores and other metrics have consistently been some of the lowest in San Mateo County and the State of California. Many Belle Haven residents take every action possible to gain access to high-quality education, including but not limited to enrollment in private schools, participation in the Tinsley Voluntary Transfer Program and homeschooling.
The residents of the Belle Haven Neighborhood in Menlo Park CA demand equal access to a high-quality public education in our Belle Haven Community. In order to achieve this goal, the following must occur:
1. Removal from the Ravenswood City School District (RCSD)
2. Inclusion in the Menlo Park City School District (MPCSD)
3. In the unlikely event that Belle Haven School and the aforementioned properties are not able to become part of the MPCSD in a timely manner, a new school district will be formed
4. The district will be defined by the boundaries of the City of Menlo Park and include Belle Haven, the M-2 District, and Haven Avenue
5. Belle Haven School will be acquired from RCSD and the school will be part of the new school district in Belle Haven
Initiated and sponsored by the Belle Haven Neighborhood Association – Bayside of Menlo Park
We can be contacted by emailing BelleHavenNeighborhoodAssoc@gmail.com
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