Table of Contents:
- SMFCSD Counseling Department
- Student Request for Counselor Check-In Forms
- Care Solace - Mental Health Services Coordination for Families
- Local Community Resources
- SMFCSD Community Resource Fair
- California Healthy Kids Survey
SMFCSD Counseling Department
Our Counselors are here to offer counseling and support to help your student reach their potential. Please click here for a list of School Counselor's contact information and helpful Wellness Resources for families.
does your student need to check-in with a School Counselor?
Please fill out the following form and a Counselor is there for you.
Care solace: Family & Staff Wellness Program
In order to better serve our students, families, and staff, San Mateo-Foster City School District has partnered with Care Solace mental health services to connect families to outside care providers. Care Solace provides concierge services to assist families in navigating mental health services in the community at no cost to you. Care Solace helps support families get connected and only refers trusted, ethical providers. This service is available 24/7 and is completely confidential and anonymous.
LOCAL Community resources
We are fortunate to live in the Bay Area and to have many community services available. The Community Resources link below has services for food, housing, parent education, counseling, mental health services, domestic violence support, legal services, LGBTQ+, immigration, and more.
Community Resources in San Mateo County (Haga clic en el enlace abajo para información en español)
SMFCSD Community Resource Fair
On Feb 24, 2021 the District held a Community Resource Fair for staff where local community agencies presented videos about their support services and answered questions. Agencies' services included assistance with Food, Housing, Financial Aid, Parenting, Mental Health, Legal Aid, and more.
California Healthy Kids survey (chks)
Across the District, fifth and seventh graders, their parents/guardians and staff will be asked to complete the California Healthy Kids Survey. It is focused on these important areas for guiding schools and student improvement:
- Student connectedness, learning engagement/motivation and attendance
- School climate, culture and conditions
- School safety, including violence perpetration and victimization/bullying
- Physical and mental well-being (including tobacco/drug use) and social-emotional learning
- Student supports, including resilience-promoting developmental factors (caring relationships, high expectations and meaningful participation).
This survey is voluntary and anonymous. No names or any other identifying information is connected to the answers. Students will receive consent forms from their schools for parents to approve their participation in February.
Sample Survey Questions
Please use the links below to review samples of the survey questions.
Prior Year chks Results
To view CHKS results for previous years click here.
Questions about CHKS
If questions please contact Lori Fukumoto at email@example.com