current district status, december, 2020
By decision of the Board of Trustees, all District schools began classes on Monday, August 17 in Distance Learning due to COVID-19 cases in San Mateo County.
On Tuesday, October 27, 2020, SMFCSD submitted the required Reopening Plan for In-Person Instruction to the San Mateo County Office of Education (SMCOE) and San Mateo County Health (SMCH). It is presently under review. (Please view the most updated version at COVID-19 Updates web page.)
Additionally, at their meeting on Thursday, October 22, the Board of Trustees approved a return to school for elementary-school students and Special Day Classes (SDC) by utilizing a staggered approach in a Hybrid Model starting on Tuesday, January 19, 2021. The youngest students and SDC students would return to campus first, with grades 2 and 3, and then grades 4 and 5, following at regular intervals thereafter.
Due to the size of our middle schools, middle school students will remain in Full-Time Distance Learning at this time. Staff are working on options to bring students to campus.
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.