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Today: 1/18/19

SRCS Board Meeting Agendas and Minutes

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

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Over the next eight years, SRCS' Bond Program will provide much needed capital improvements to our facilities to create safe, innovative learning environments and to provide instructional technology to support 21st century learning. Additional classrooms, labs and equipment will reduce overcrowding in our schools and will meet the growing demand for hands-on science, technology, engineering, arts and math (STEAM) classes.

Visit our new website for Measures A & B to learn more about the Bond Program, follow our progress and learn how to get involved - 

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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 and for details on our LCAP work. 

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San Rafael, California 94903

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Maps & Directions

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

Survey on the Superintendent's Progress & Performance

The San Rafael City Schools (SRCS) Board of Education is conducting a mid-year performance evaluation of the Superintendent, Dr. Michael Watenpaugh. As part of the evaluation, this survey is a tool for the Board to receive community input regarding the Superintendent's performance and progress. The SRCS Board is interested in receiving feedback from everyone who is vested in San Rafael City Schools. 

Please note that respondents have the opportunity to remain anonymous or to provide their name. The survey will be open until Friday, February 1, 2019. Thank you in advance for taking the time to complete this survey and sharing your feedback.

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. 

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Governor Releases Proposed Budget

The Governor's budget and the related budget development and approval process are topics that we follow very closely, as they greatly impact our own budgets. On Jan. 10, Governor Newson released his ...more

Courageous Conversations Parents & Community Seminar

San Rafael City Schools teachers, staff and administrators have been participating in Courageous Conversation workshops and meetings throughout the year. Now, we are happy to announce that there will be an “Introduction for Parents and Community” Courageous Conversation seminar on Tuesday, January 29 from 5 – 7:30 pm at the San Rafael High School Library. Translation will be available. Please click here to learn more and register.

Courageous Conversation is Pacific Educational Group’s (PEG) award-winning protocol for effectively engaging, sustaining and deepening interracial dialogue. Through their Framework for Systemic Racial Equity Transformation, PEG is dedicated to helping educators address persistent racial disparities intentionally, explicitly and comprehensively.
Los maestros, el personal y los  administradores de las escuelas de la Ciudad de San Rafael han estado participando en talleres de trabajo y reuniones  de Conversaciones Francas durante todo el año. Ahora, nos complace  anunciar que habrá un seminario de “Introducción para Padres y la Comunidad” El seminario de Conversaciones Francas es el Martes, 29 de Enero de 5 - 7:30 pm en la biblioteca de la escuela Secundaria de San Rafael. Se proveerá interpretación en Español. Por favor haga clic aquí para obtener más información y registrase
Las Conversaciones Francas es el protocolo galardonado del Grupo Educacional Pacifico (PEG) por su participación, mantenimiento y profundización en el diálogo interracial.  A través de su infraestructura para la transformación sistemática de la equidad racial, PEG se dedica a ayudar a los educadores a abordar las desigualdades  raciales persistentes de manera intencional, explicita y global.

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.

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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.


San Rafael City Schools conducted an in-depth, targeted and multi-layered engagement process in 2017-18 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 the LCAPs for 2017-2020 were approved by the SRCS Board of Education on June 27, 2018. 

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.

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Supporting programs that benefit students at every school in the district. 
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