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San Mateo Labor Council
1153 Chess Dr, Foster City, CA 94404

The San Mateo County Central Labor Council is an organization that seeks to ensure the rights and interests ofMore working men and women, their families and the community. To accomplish this, the organization works through political education, community service, union organizing and educational programs.

 

 

Omni Preschool
831 Peary Ln, Foster City, CA 94404
Omni Preschool offers preschool education and care for children starting at age two-and-a-half years. There are sixMore students to every teacher, assuring proper care and attention for each child. The school follows the Montessori method of child education: Learning and exploration are encouraged with positive reinforcement, in a safe and supportive environment. The curriculum is focused on practical life, sensorial, language, math and culture areas, aiding to foster critical thinking, problem solving and self-discipline. The preschool is run out of a home in Winston Village.
San Mateo Chapter of the Embroiderers' Guild of America
4230 Olympic Ave, San Mateo, CA 94403
The Embroiderers Guild of America aims to celebrate the art of embroidery. This chapter promotes education onMore traditional stitching techniques as well as creativity that goes beyond those techniques. The San Mateo Chapter meets at "Always Quilting," located on Olympic Avenue in San Mateo.
Kids Connection
1970 Beach Park Blvd, Foster City, CA 94404
Kids Connection is one of four elementary schools in Foster City and is the only private school. It offers strongMore accelerated academic programs, low student-to-teacher ratios, on-site extracurricular enrichment programs, before- and after-school care, day camps and more. It teaches pre-school through fifth grade. Call to make an appointment to discuss your child's education.
Bowditch Middle School
1450 Tarpon St, Foster City, CA 94404
Foster City's lone middle school, Bowditch Middle School, is home to close to 1,000 students. Having been awardedMore the U.S. Department of Education's Blue Ribbon, the school's motto is "Providing a Tradition of Excellence." The attendance office can be reached at (650) 312-7680.
More Physical Therapy
800 Foster City Blvd, Foster City, CA 94404
This location of More Physical Therapy is on Foster City Boulevard near Bounty Drive in Foster City. It specializes inMore physical therapy services including active release techniques, ergonomic assessment, athletic training, custom orthotics, community education and aquatic therapy. For further information, visit the website listed.
Bright Horizons at Gilead
301 Velocity Way, Foster City, CA 94404
The biopharmaceutical company Gilead is such a large company that it provides on-campus childcare for its employees.More With doors adjacent to the main entrance of Gilead, Bright Horizons (part of a chain of childcare and early education centers) readies both the company's and the community's children with a raring head start. 
Society for Financial Awareness
610 Sandy Hook Ct, Foster City, CA 94404
The Society for Financial Awareness is a San Diego-based nonprofit organization with an office on Sandy Hook Court. TheMore organization is dedicated to providing free financial education through seminars, speaking engagements and literature. Visit the Society for Financial Awareness' Web site for involvement, chapter and event information.
Bayside STEM Academy
2025 Kehoe Ave, San Mateo, CA 94403
Bayside STEM Academy is a San Mateo-Foster City Middle School for students from grades 6 to 8. STEM, which stands forMore Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, is an approach to education in which students learn by a hands-on "design thinking" method of experimental problem-solving. Visual and language arts are an essential part of the curriculum.
Little Horizons Preschool & Daycare
121 Yawl Ct, Foster City, CA 94404

Little Horizons Preschool and Daycare offers education and care for children up to four years old, with three infantsMore and three toddlers currently enrolled. Owner Melissa McDonough says, "I love what I'm doing and I've been doing it for a long time.  The importance of youth education is becoming more and more recognized and it is hard to find quality care."

Using the nationally-recognized "Creative Curriculum" methodology, she stresses 11-12 basic areas to promote individualized learning. Through positive and responsive interactions with the children and by creating a safe and nurturing environment, the children are able to develop social and language skills.

This day care is run out of a private home on Yawl Court in Foster City.

 

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