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Education Protection Account

2018-2019 

ESD Resolution and Finances

HSD Resolution and Finances

2017-2018

ESD Resolution and Finances

HSD Resolution and Finances

2016-2017

ESD Resolution and Finances

HSD Resolution and Finances

2015-2016

ESD Resolution and Finances

HSD Resolution and Finances

2014-2015

ESD Resolution and Finances

HSD Resolution and Finances

2013-2014

ESD Resolution and Finances

HSD Resolution and Finances

2012-2013

ESD Resolution and Finances

HSD Resolution and Finances

OPEB Retiree Benefit Actuarial Valuation Reports

Actuarial Valuation of Post Employment Benefits Other Than Pension Reports

 

Elementary School District 2018

High School District 2018
 

Elementary School District 2016
High School District 2016

Elementary School District 2014
High School District 2014

MAINTENANCE YARD REPORTS

To view the entire Maintenance Yard and Monitoring report, click here

Maintenance Yard- Corrective Action Plan

About Us

Welcome to SRCS Business Services

The Business Services office of San Rafael City Schools is committed to serving the local community with the highest standards of fiscal responsibility. 

Our staff is responsible for both districts' budgets, purchasing, payroll, developer fees, and senior exemptions.  

2019-2020 Adopted Budget

The SRCS Board of Education approved the

2019-2020 Adopted Budget

at the Board Meeting on June 26, 2019

 

Elementary District 

Adopted Budget Presentation

General Fund

Other Funds

MYP and Supporting Documents

Criteria and Standards

Marin Common Message

 

High School District

Adopted Budget Presentation

General Fund

Other Funds

MYP and Supporting Documents

Criteria and Standards

Marin Common Message

Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) Information

VISIT THE SRCS LCFF/LCAP PAGE FOR DETAILED INFORMATION

AB 97, signed by Governor Brown on July 1, 2013, established the Local Control Funding Formula, or LCFF. The formula does not replace Proposition 98—the initiative passed by voters that requires a minimum percentage of the state budget be spent on education—and leaves a specific list of categorical funds intact.

Based on the new funding formula, K-12 schools will receive a base amount of funding for every student they serve. Schools who serve a significant population of English learners, students from low-income families, and foster youth will receive additional funds

In order to successfully implement these changes, SRCS will ensure that all members of our community are informed about the intent and the requirements of the law. Specifically,  we want to make sure that our communities understand:

Business Services Team

Douglas Marquand, Assistant Superintendent

415-492-3205

Emily Busch, Executive Assistant

415-492-3205

John Bartolome, Director of Fiscal Services

415-492-3257

Chris Posedel, Accounting Manager

415-491-6493

Donna Romberger, Accounting Supervisor

415-491-6405

Accounts Payable, Receivable and Purchase Orders

Dave Burke, Account Clerk III

415-492-3208

Joni Gawronski, Account Clerk III

415-492-3214

Leticia Iavarone, Purchasing Coordinator

415-491-5059

Payroll

Esta Suen, Payroll Coordinator

415-492-3209

Jeffrey Chen, Payroll Clerk

415-492-3598

Jose Rosales, Payroll Clerk

415-492-3258

Enrollment and Transportation

Lilian Perez, Supervisor

415-492-3239

Clelia Lucero, Admin. Assistant

415-492-3226

Byanka Gramajo, Secretary

415-492-3236