current district status
By decision of the Board of Trustees, all District schools began classes on Monday, August 17 in Distance Learning due to COVID-19, and we expect to remain in Full Time Distance Learning through October Break. Like Districts across our County, we have planned for a continuum of services from Distance Learning to Hybrid Models. In moving from Distance Learning, there will be a staggered approach to returning to the Hybrid Model that brings students onto campus. We will reexamine metrics at the end of September to determine next steps after the October break.
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with San Mateo Elementary Teachers’ Association (SMETA) regarding Distance Learning
At their August 6 meeting, the Board of Trustees approved the MOU between SMETA and the District for the Distance Learning program (English | Spanish, coming soon). We are grateful for the ongoing collaboration with our SMETA colleagues.
distance learning resources for families
Please visit the SMFCSD Family Resources website for everything you need to support your student, including Distance Learning guides, technology resources, and community resource including information about food, housing, etc.
Visite el sitio web de recursos familiares de SMFCSD para obtener todo lo que necesita para apoyar a su estudiante, incluidas guías de aprendizaje a distancia, recursos tecnológicos y recursos comunitarios que incluyen información sobre alimentos, vivienda, etc.