Vote YES on T
for San Mateo
and Foster City Elementary and Middle Schools!

Voting YES on T makes critical upgrades to San Mateo and Foster City elementary and middle schools to provide safe, modern learning environments for all students.


Measure T updates computer technology to allow students to more effectively work from home when health and safety requires it, modernizes our classrooms and labs and makes critical health and safety upgrades to every San Mateo and Foster City school.


As seen with recent wildfire seasons, our schools do not have adequate ventilation systems to filter out smoke and other air pollutants. COVID-19 makes this an even more urgent problem. We need Measure T to replace our heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems to better filter classroom air and keep students and teachers safe. 


Voting YES on T also provides modern classrooms and labs to support the high demand for science, technology, engineering, math, art and music instruction.


Whether or not you have school-age children, voting YES on T is a wise investment. Good schools maintain our quality of life and protect our home values.


All Measure T funds must stay local to improve San Mateo and Foster City schools. No funds can be taken away by the State or go to other communities.


Measure T can’t pass without your help! Sign up to volunteer, endorse Measure T or donate.  


By mail, by November 3, vote YES on T for San Mateo and Foster City Schools!

How to Vote YES on T for San Mateo and Foster City Students!

Measure T is on the November 3, 2020 ballot. This is an all-mail ballot election, so whether or not you normally vote at the polls, all registered voters living in San Mateo-Foster City School District will be mailed a ballot the week of October 5. We need 55% to win so every vote counts!


Once you receive your ballot in the mail, vote YES on Measure T, seal and sign your envelope, and mail it back right away. No postage is required.


You can also drop off your ballot at a ballot drop box or vote in-person at any Vote Center in San Mateo County starting October 5 through Election Day. Find a Vote Center or ballot drop box location here.


Remember your ballot must be postmarked or hand-delivered by Election Day, November 3 in order to count!