District Announcements and Updates
As a district, we will continue to implement a layered system of mitigation strategies to keep everyone healthy. Anyone (students/staff/parents) entering our schools must wear a mask appropriately at all times. We will continue routine hand washing and sanitizing. We will continue cleaning/disinfecting facilities. We will continue to implement pooled testing.
Distribution of iHealth Self Test COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test (After Quarantine period)
Upon returning to school, contact your school office to receive a R.A.T. Each kit contains two tests, which families can get from their school site. Children should be presenting a negative test before returning to school.
Any positive COVID-19 test results from an at-home test must be reported to the school site. Students can return to school 10 days after the positive at-home test. For further information on administering tests, view the instructional videos linked below.
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Not Feeling Well? Please Keep Your Child Home.
We want all students to stay home if they are not feeling well. COVID-19 symptoms include headaches, runny nose, vomiting, congestion, and cough. Immediately get tested at one of the San Mateo County COVID-19 test sites.
KN95 masks for students
The district will have KN95 masks available for students on campus. If your child needs a mask, contact your schools office.
I am grateful for your partnership this year and ask that we all work together to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Looking forward to a healthy and safe return to campus.
COVID-19 WEEKLY REPORTING DOCUMENT
The San Mateo-Foster City School District has updated their reporting of COVID cases. View the image below with the PDF link to the updated COVID-19 Weekly Reporting Document. This document only includes students, a separate Staff Cases report document will be posted soon, showing all district departments and school sites.
Staff COVID Cases Posting Soon
School Site COVID Testing January Calendar
District Response to cases
We are excited to welcome our students for full in-person instruction for all students in August. We believe it is important for students to be learning in classrooms with their teachers and spending time on campus, seeing old friends and making new ones. We're looking forward to a wonderful year!
*Documents Last Updated on Friday, August 6, 2021
SAFE RETURN FOR ALL - DISTRICT AND SCHOOL PROCEDURES
Implementing a safe return to in-person instruction for all is our priority. We are encouraged about increases in San Mateo County vaccination rates and yet we remain cautious about COVID-19. Vaccination remains the leading prevention strategy to address the spread of the COVI-19 pandemic.
School procedures will look different than pre-pandemic, and they will be based upon the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and CA Department of Education (CDE) guidelines. We will soon post our "Safe Return to School 2021-2022" document on this page for your review.
Please go to the Long-Term Independent Study (LTIS) 2021-2022 webpage for information on this option.