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Welcome Back!

Classes start Wednesday August 17th.

It will be a minimum dismissal day - (TK/Kinder at 12:55 and Grades 1-5 at 12:30)

New Student Registration

For information on how to register your student in the San Mateo Foster City School District, please visit the District website for a link to New Student Registration Packets.




If you have questions regarding student registration, please email the Student Services Department at studentreg@smfcsd.net  or alternatively at (650) 312-7250.



Our weekly communications go out on Thursday. Electronic format is our preferred delivery, and you will find the contents here for download. Be sure to look for an email reminder from our Administrative Assistant Janine Wrightson every Thursday morning.  If you do not receive it, then contact her at jwrightson@smfc.k12.ca.us to make sure you are on her email distribution list. You do not want to miss out on valuable school communications!

In addition, you can find the contents of the Thursday Folder on the PTA website, along with other information regarding events and activities.


  1. August Lunch Menu
  2. Brunch is now available
  3. Back to School flyer
  4. Ice Cream Social
  5. PTA meeting
  6. After School Enrichment
  7. Back to School – One Stop Shop
  8. Safe Driving around school
  9. Poplar Construction
  10. Back to School Night - BKC

Calendar, One-Page Version

Click here for the one-page version of the 2016-17 MH Calendar.

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2619 Dolores Street
San Mateo, CA 94403
(650) 312-7566
(650) 312-7560, fax

(650) 312-7568-press 3
24-Hour Voicemail

SMFC School District Website

2016-17 Calendar (One Page)

Lunch Calendar

SMFC Education Foundation

SMFC Preschool Enrollment Information

Bus Schedule Letter from the District



Click for this week's Thursday Folder

Mission Statement

"Meadow Heights Elementary School educates and inspires its students to become confident, life-long learners who acquire and share knowledge through collaboration, thoughtfully working to solve problems, thinking independently and taking risks to positively impact the world in which we live."