Foster Youth Services
Student, Family, and Community Support Department Student, Family and Community Support DepartmentSan Francisco Unified School District
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Welcome to Foster Youth Services

The San Francisco Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program (FYSCP) strives to address the unique educational needs of foster youth by working collaboratively with youth, caregivers, schools, placing agencies, and other service providers.  Our website is a resource for collaborative partners to support the academic achievement of foster youth; enhancing their overall success.

Apply to be an FYS Coordinating Program Liaison 

The Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program (FYSCP) Liaison position is designed to provide on-site support and coordinated services to foster youth students. The FYSCP Liaison will work with FYSCP to support the goal of improving educational outcomes for students in foster care. Learn more and apply! OASIS | Application Link | Job Description | Stipend Structure

Foster Youth Tutoring

SFUSD contracts with Bay Area Educational Institute to offer both individual and group tutoring to foster youth that attend SFUSD schools. Complete the 2019-20 Foster Youth Tutoring Application today to request tutoring. The application is now available here.

 Independent Living Skills Program Calendar

Please refer to our SF Independent Living Skills Program Calendar for events supporting our Foster Youth.

Foster Care Legislative Updates

Foster Youth Services Coordinating Program (FYSCP) monitoring legislative updates are passed.










































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Fostering /Adopting Stories
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Permanency from the Perspective of Families and Youth
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Educational Rights Policy

AB 490 provides foster youth educational rights dictated by the best interests of the youth
Learn more about AB490.


Plan 3 Graduation Requirements AB167/AB216
AB 167/AB216 provides modified graduation requirements for eligible foster youth.
Learn more
about AB167/AB216


Foster Youth Services

Student, Family and Community Support DepartmentSan Francisco Unified School District