The San Mateo-Foster City School District educates and inspires students to live, lead and learn with integrity and joy.Read More
Measure X Information
Thank you for supporting Measure X!Read More
FAQs - School Choice
The SMFCSD offers a combination of assigned schools and magnet schools.Read More
Superintendent's Letter - January 2017
Dear San Mateo-Foster City Community,
Happy New Year! We are excited to have welcomed back over 12,500 students last week.
Measure X Facilities Projects
As you know, our district is very large and we are continually striving to not only meet the educational needs of our students but also the facility needs of the district. To that end, we are continuing our planning for the new middle school gyms in San Mateo at Abbott, Borel and Bayside STEM Academy. Community Meetings will be held to share information about potential designs and to gather community input. Watch for upcoming dates on our website. We are also continuing our planning for the new elementary school in Foster City. As a reminder, while the first round of Community Meetings is now over, there is still an opportunity to provide any additional input and/or questions by emailing them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parcel Tax Renewal - Measure Y
In November, the School Board of Trustees unanimously voted to place the San Mateo-Foster City Elementary School District Quality Education Renewal Measure on the March 28, 2017 ballot. Local funding approved by voters in 2010 is scheduled to expire in June 2017. If enacted, Measure Y renews previous voter-approved funding with no change in the current tax rate ($209.92 with CPI adjustments), for an additional nine years. Measure Y would renew funds to:
- Maintain programs/instruction in reading, writing, math, science, technology, and engineering
- Attract and retain quality teachers and educational staff
- Keep school libraries open and accessible to students
- Support art, drama, music and other specialized programs
More information on Measure Y is available at www.smfcsd.net/measure-y.
2017-2018 and 2018-2019 School Calendars
I am pleased to report that school calendars for both 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 have been finalized! See more information in the article below.
I look forward to seeing you at one of my Coffee Chats coming up this month and next, see dates and locations here.
Joan Rosas, Ed.D.
Q: How do I pre-register my children for school?
A: Please visit the How to Register page for information about school registration.
Q: What school is closest to me?
Q: What are SMFCSD's Magnet Schools/Programs?
A: Yes. View the list of Magnet Schools.
Q: How old must a child be to enter Kindergarten or Transitional Kindergarten (TK)?
A: To be eligible for Kindergarten, the student’s 5th birthday must be on or before September 1. To be eligible for TK, the student’s 5th birthday must fall on or between September 2 – December 2. Attend a SMFCSD Kindergarten Information Meeting in November/January to find out more about what to expect - Kindergarten & TK Information Meetings.
The District and the San Mateo Elementary Teachers Association (SMETA) Bargaining Teams have successfully concluded the negotiation of the sc...
The San Mateo-Foster City School District InfoSnap registration and transfer portals to register new students and/or apply for a transfer for...
Superintendent Rosas welcomes members of the community to join her for coffee and conversation about the District - its goals, challenges, ac...
San Mateo-Foster City School District is hiring. View openings:
- Employment Opportunities – Certificated
- Employment Opportunities – Classified
- Employment Opportunities – Management
- Employment Opportunities – Other Positions
Substitute Teaching Positions
Do you have a Bachelor’s degree and teaching, coaching or other experiences working with students? Consider becoming a substitute teacher for our District. View details
January 2017 District Newsletter
The SMFCSD Newsletter is a publication of the San Mateo-Foster City School District covering events and sharing important information about the school district and its students. Sign up now to receive our next newsletter SMFCSD Newsletter sign-up. To see archived editions in English and Spanish, visit our Newsletter page.
Read our January 2017 SMFCSD Newsletter. Highlights include:
• Superintendent's Letter
• Superintendent Coffee Chat Dates
• 2017-2018 & 2018-2019 School Calendars
• Middle School Math Placements
• Local Control Accountability Plan Stakeholder Engagement
• InfoSnap New Student Registration & Transfers for 2017-2018
• Borel Music Students Perform at Chabot College
• Audubon Elementary School Building Dedication
• School Board Meeting Summaries & Upcoming Agendas
Fall 2016 Report to the Community
Read the latest edition of our SMFCSD Report to the Community. Read our Fall 2016 Report to the Community. Highlights include:
• Message From the Superintendent
• Superintendent Coffee Chat Dates 2016-2017
• Math and English-Language Arts Curriculum Highlights
• Educational Priorities and Financial Needs - Measure A
• Student Wellness
• Toyonaka Sister City Friendship with Borel Middle School
• Community Survey Highlights
• Kindergarten and TK Information Meetings
• Technology Network Refresh
Our students are prepared to positively impact a dynamic and diverse world as they...Read More
The San Mateo-Foster City School District Strategic Plan addresses three key areas: Academic Achievement, Twenty-First Century Learning, and Citizenship & Character Education.Read More
20 Great Schools
20 Great Schools
The San Mateo-Foster City School District's 20 schools successfully educate approximately 12,000 students in preschool through eighth grades.Read More
Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
The LCAP provides important new ways for parents to engage in decision making. Plans describe the school district’s overall vision for students, annual goals and specific actions the district will take to achieve the vision and goals. View the 2015-2018 Plan.Read More