Updated July 14, 2020
Pandemic Recovery Framework for Schools
The San Mateo County Pandemic Recovery Framework for Schools provides school leaders with the health, education, and legal guidance needed to develop local plans for a safe return to on-campus instruction and learning after campus closures in response to community spread of COVID-19 beginning in March 2020.
The San Mateo County Superintendent of Schools, the San Mateo County Health Officer, school district superintendents and staff, and members of the San Mateo County Counsel’s Office collaborated on drafting the Framework. The Steering Committee of the San Mateo County Coalition for Safe Schools and Communities and members of San Mateo County School Board’s Association reviewed the Framework and provided recommendations.
- Pandemic Recovery Framework for Schools. Please note: As conditions and public health orders change, the content and guidance in this framework may change as well.
- Executive Summary (Chinese) (Samoan) (Spanish) (Tagalog)
- Licensed Early Learning and Care Companion Document
- News Release
Training and Resources
Training on the Pandemic Recovery Framework For Schools
Below are trainings on the San Mateo County Pandemic Recovery Framework for Schools. Molly Henricks, SMCOE’s Coordinator, School Safety and Risk Prevention, and Gwenn Lei, SMCOE’s Coordinator, Reading-Language Arts/History-Social Studies, lead these sessions. Links to register for upcoming trainings will be posted here as they are scheduled.
San Mateo County Early Learning and Care Reopening Forum
This forum will provide essential information and support to early learning and care programs as they plan to reopen to serve children and families. The forum will feature a panel of center-based and family child care providers who have already reopened and will share some of their best practices and lessons learned. Please click on the link below to register before attending.
Frequently Asked Questions (coming soon)
Phone: (650) 802-5515