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Today: 3/18/18

SRCS Agenda Online

Click here to view current School 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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310 Nova Albion Way
San Rafael, California 94903

415.492.3200 - Phone   415.492.3245 - FAX

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

Safety Notice 3-16-18

Social media posts of an active shooter at San Rafael HS or in the community are UNTRUE and INCORRECT. The school day is progressing as normal and the San Rafael PD is on site. All threats are taken seriously and will be investigated to ensure the safety of all.


Yesterday SRHS parents and staff were notified that a staff member at San Rafael High School was alerted that someone had made a non-specific written threat in the form of graffiti in one of the girl’s restrooms. The San Rafael Police Department was contacted immediately. The school administration is reviewing campus video to identify students who entered the restroom prior to the threat being discovered. We are working closely with the San Rafael Police Department to complete the investigation and continue to ensure that the campus is safe.


The safety and welfare of each child at San Rafael High School is paramount, and any and all threats, credible or not, will be taken very seriously. If you or your child has any information about who may be responsible, please contact the San Rafael High School Office (415-485-2300) or the San Rafael Police Department (415-485-3000).


If a student or students are found to be guilty of this act, they will be subject to suspension, possible expulsion, and legal repercussions. We will continue to work with the San Rafael Police Department to keep our campus safe. All classes and activities will continue as scheduled.

Cheer Champions!

Cheer Champions!

Article by TLHS Teacher David Tow Published Nationally

Article by TLHS Teacher David Tow Published Nationally

Register for TK and Kindergarten!

Registration for Transitional Kindergarten and Kindergarten for the 2018-19 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

Help us improve our LCAP

San Rafael City Schools is gearing up for another year of reviewing and revising out Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)! We have two opportunities designed to engage parents and community members; we invite you to serve as a representative of your group and join our LCAP Parent Advisory Group (PAC) and/or LCAP Stakeholder Taskforce this year.

Please visit www.srcs.org/lcap for more information about the two groups and for a full meeting schedule. If you would like to participate or have any questions, please email communications@srcs.org or call 415-492-3576.

Supporting Our SRCS Dreamers

In light of the announcement that Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program will end, we want to remind our entire community that San Rafael City Schools welcomes all students and families, regardless of their immigration status. Our "Dreamers" are vital contributors to our SRCS community. Click here to read a letter from the Superintendent

Furthermorewe are proud to share a joint statement regarding DACA from Marin County Superintendent of Schools Mary Jane Burke, Novato Unified School District Superintendent Jim Hogeboom and SRCS Superintendent Michael Watenpaugh. Click here to read the community message.

2017-18 Bell Schedules

Click HERE to view 2017-18 Bell Schedules for all San Rafael City Schools.

2017-2018 School Year Calendar

The approved calendar for the 2017-2018 school year can be seen here:  Click here to view the calendar. 

SRCS Students Show Growth in Statewide Tests

SRCS students continue to show growth in English language arts and math, according to results of statewide tests designed to gauge preparation for college and career. The state recently released results from the second year of the Smarter Balanced tests, part of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) system. The tests align with California’s new state standards and feature more questions that require short answers or extended response questions that require demonstration of a deeper understanding of key concepts. 

Visit www.srcs.org/testing to learn more.

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Supporting programs that benefit students at every school in the district. 
Click here for the website.

HeadsUp is a proud member of 

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