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Today: 11/11/19

SRCS Board Meeting Agendas and Minutes

Click the link below to view San Rafael City Schools Board agendas and minutes.  

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SRCS' Bond Program is providing much-needed capital improvements to our facilities to create safe, innovative learning environments and to provide instructional technology to support 21st century learning. Visit our Measures A & B website to learn more about the Bond Program and follow our progress: 
www.srcsbondprogram.org.

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The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) represent dramatic changes to funding for California public schools. Visit our LCAP/LCFF webpage to learn more. 

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San Rafael, California 94903

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Our Mission:
Lifting student achievement. Every student, every day. 


Our Vision:
Every student will be a confident learner, an effective communicator, a critical thinker

and a positive contributor to the global community.
 

Click here to learn more about San Rafael City Schools

Updated Websites Launch on Nov. 12!

On Tuesday, Nov. 12, SRCS will be launching “refreshed” District and school websites to provide a more visually-appealing and user-friendly experience. Please note that you will visit the websites as you normally would, but will see the new versions on Tuesday. 

The refreshed websites will be:

  • Accessible: to ensure they are ADA compliant and accessible to all users
  • Mobile Friendly: users will be able to seamlessly browse sites from their phones
  • Translated: web pages will easily translate to Spanish and other major language
  • Consistent: all school websites will have a similar homepage and look and feel 

Once the sites launch, we will continue to make changes to improve the experience. If you have any questions or feedback, please contact communications@srcs.org or 415-492-3233.

PG&E power shutoffs

Most current information: We will update www.srcs.org/PSPS as we receive information from PG&E about PSPS events that affect our district.

SRCS is providing information and resources related to PG&E's "Public Safety Power Shutoff" or "PSPS" program so schools and families can prepare for potential power outages and their impact. PG&E has shared that for public safety, it may be necessary for them to turn off electricity when gusty winds and dry conditions, combined with a heightened fire risk, are forecasted. This precaution is meant to help reduce the risk of wildfires. Visit www.srcs.org/PSPS about what this means for our schools and for the latest information.

 

Información Actualizada: Actualizaremos www.srcs.org/PSPS a medida que recibamos información de PG&E sobre los eventos de PSPS que afectan a nuestro distrito.

SRCS proporciona información y recursos relacionados con el programa de “Seguridad Pública de Corte de Energía” o “PSPS” (por sus siglas en inglés) de PG&E para que las escuelas y las familias puedan prepararse para posibles cortes de energía  y su impacto. PG&E ha compartido que para la seguridad pública, puede ser necesario que apaguen la electricidad cuando se pronostican vientos racheados y condiciones secas, junto con un mayor riesgo de incendio. Esta preocupación está destinada a ayudar a reducir el riesgo de incendios forestales. Visite: www.srcs.org/PSPS para obtener más información sobre lo que esto significa para nuestras escuelas.

Together 2023 to Shape Our Strategic Plan

This year, SRCS is embarking on a journey to create a new three-year strategic plan. Grounded in our vision for student success, we are engaging the greater SRCS community to develop our District values, core skills, goals and actions. We are calling this important undertaking "Together 2023" and you're invited to participate! Visit www.srcs.org/Together2023 to learn more.

Transition to Trustee Area Elections

SRCS has changed the way that Board of Education members are elected. Previously, Board members were elected "at-large," where each member is elected by voters throughout the District’s territory. Under the new system, the Board members will be elected by-trustee-area; they will be required to live in the area they represent and will be elected only by the registered voters of that area.

At its meeting on 8/26/19, the Board selected and adopted "Map 110," which identifies the trustee area boundaries and the associated election sequence. The action followed a public mapping process that included a series of public hearings and community sessions. Visit www.srcs.org/trustee-elections to learn more.

New Superintendent Appointed

On June 10, 2019, the SRCS Board of Education voted unanimously to appoint Jim Hogeboom as SRCS' next Superintendent, beginning July 1, 2019. Mr. Hogeboom's appointment follows an extensive search, which brought an excellent field of 24 highly-qualified candidates, including 12 superintendents. The Board's decision is a reflection of input gathered from key stakeholder groups in the District regarding the qualities desired in SRCS' next leader. 

Visit www.srcs.org/next-SRCS-leader to read more.

2019 LCAPS APPROVED

San Rafael City Schools conducted an in-depth, targeted and multi-layered engagement process in 2018-19 to update its Local Control Accountability Plans (LCAP) for each district. This engagement process included multiple opportunities to review the LCAP and to provide feedback on the plans to improve achievement for all SRCA students. 

The final versions of "Year 3" of the LCAPs for 2017-2020 were approved by the SRCS Board of Education on June 26, 2019. 

Please visit www.srcs.org/lcap for more information and to download the approved LCAPs. If you have any questions, please email communications@srcs.org or call 415-492-3576.

Register for TK and Kindergarten!

Registration for Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten for the 2019-20 school year is underway in San Rafael City Schools. We have launched online registration for TK and K! Families can pre-enroll new students online, with information and proper documentation verified at the Courtesy Registration Day or the District’s Student Enrollment & Family Center. 

Click here to learn more about TK or K Registration

High School Equity Audit

The Education Trust – West is conducting an Education Equity Audit – in partnership with San Rafael City Schools – to examine the district’s college and career readiness practices. This survey is for ...more

SRCS and SRTA Reach Agreement

San Rafael City Schools (SRCS) and the San Rafael Teachers Association (SRTA) are pleased to share they have reached a mutually-agreeable fair and fiscally responsible agreement. SRTA represents the ...more

SRCS to Get EV Charging Stations

Nine San Rafael City Schools (SRCS) campuses will get Electric Vehicle (EV) Charging Stations thanks to the combined resources and support of the Transportation Authority of Marin, Marin Clean Energy and Pacific Gas and Electric. Adding these charging stations positions SRCS as a leader supporting California’s clean energy goals. The SRCS Board of Education approved the project at its December 17 meeting.

The schools being identified for EV stations include: Terra Linda High School; San Rafael High School; Madrone Continuation High School; Davidson Middle School; and Glenwood, Bahia Vista, Coleman, Sun Valley and San Pedro elementary schools. 

The District successfully applied for and acquired specialized grants and rebates to install and cover the EV charging equipment cost.

Click here to read more.

Join the Parcel Tax Committee

SRCS is currently looking for members for its Parcel Tax Oversight Committee. The Oversight Committee is charged with ensuring that special tax proceeds are spent for their authorized purposes, and to report annually to the Board and the public regarding the expenditure of such funds.

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