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Master Facilities Planning: Board Approves Plan

At a special study session on July 27, the Board of Education approved a District-wide Master Facilities Plan (MFP). This plan, developed collaboratively over the past several years, creates a roadmap of improvements to provide safe, well-maintained classrooms, labs, libraries/media centers and instructional technology that support a modern education and reduce overcrowding in our schools. Click here to download the approved Master Facilities Plan or click here to learn more about the master plan process

Free Summer Lunch Meals/ Almuerzos de Verano Gratis!

Click here to view date and location information for the Free Summer Lunch Program for youth under 18 years of age.

Historic Shift in School Funding

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 for further details including:

  • The final plans
  • An executive summary
  • Other resources and information

To view a presentation describing the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) click here. Spanish Version



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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.

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2015-2016 LCAP

Our entire SRCS community is integral to shaping our plans for continued success and growth. As such, we want to brief you on our LCAP engagement plan for the 2015-16 school year. This year, the stakeholder engagement is all about implementation. We will focus on the data, what we have learned and a strong implementation schedule. Through out work, we will be create a refined priority list of what can be accomplished in the next 3-5 years. Click here to learn more.

Citizen Bond Oversight Committee

San Rafael City Schools is establishing an Independent Citizens' Bond Oversight Committee for Measures A & B, which were passed in November 2015, in accordance with Proposition 39. For these types of bonds, California law requires a committee to oversee the expenditure of money for the construction, repair, and modernization of schools by SRCS. The committee will communicate its finding to the Board of Education and the public in order to ensure that school bond funds are invested as the voters intended and that projects are completed wisely and efficiently.

If you have questions, please contact 415-492-3233.

“Adolescence is Not A Disease” Parent Ed Session on Feb. 25

You don’t need to become an expert in parenting to raise a teen into a thriving young adult. You just need to become an expert in raising your own. San Rafael City Schools is hosting an engaging program for parents, “Adolescence Is Not A Disease” featuring Jeffrey Leiken on Thursday, February 25 at 7:00 pm at Terra Linda High School’s Performance Hall. We hope you can attend this thought-provoking, highly practical and inspiring presentation. Click here to learn more.

School Vaccine Update

Effective Jan. 1, 2016, parents or guardians of students in any school or child care facility, whether public or private, will no longer be allowed to submit a personal beliefs exemption (PBE) to a currently required vaccine. PBEs submitted prior to Jan. 1, 2016 will be honored until the student enrolls in TK/K or enters seventh grade. For more information on school vaccination requirements, please visit www.shotsforschool.org
 A partir del 1 de enero del 2016, ya no se permitirá que los padres de familia o tutores de los estudiantes en cualquier escuela o centro de cuidado infantil, ya sea público o privado, presenten una exención por creencias personales para una vacuna que se requiera actualmente.  Las exenciones por creencias personales (PBE, en inglés) presentadas antes del 1 de enero de 2016, continuarán siendo válidas hasta que el estudiante ingrese al kindergarten (o kínder de transición) o al 7º grado. Para informarse más sobre la ley (SB) 277 y las vacunas requeridas en las escuelas, favor de dirigirse a www.shotsforschool.org

Measures A & B Pass

Thank you, San Rafael Community!

The San Rafael community overwhelmingly supported our ballot measures to improve our school facilities! 

  • Measure A, the District's $108 million bond measure to fund updates to our elementary and middle schools, passed on Nov. 3 with 100 percent of precincts reporting, receiving 66 percent of the vote.  
  • Measure B, the District's $161 million bond measure to fund updates to our high schools, also passed on Nov. 3 with 100 percent of precincts reporting, receiving 67 percent of the vote. 

The measures needed a 55 percent majority to pass. Additionally, Greg Knell, Linda Jackson and Maika Llorens Gulati retained their seats on the SRCS Board of Education. Click here to read more.

Understanding Our State Assessment Results

Recently, the state of California released results for the new statewide California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP). The tests are aligned to the new, more rigorous Common Core State Standards. This marks an exciting change as California seeks to raise the bar and realize much higher levels of academic achievement for its students. Click here to read more.



Click here for the presentation from the recent forum for parents on the results and interpreting student score reports.

Students Receive National Merit Honor

Three exceptional SRCS students were recently announced as semifinalists in the prestigious 2016 National Merit Scholarship (NMS) Program! Less than one percent of US high school seniors are awarded ...more

Program Improvement / Programa de Mejoramiento

In accordance with the federal “No Child Left Behind” law, a school district is required to offer parents of eligible students in a Program Improvement (PI) school the option of transferring their child to a non-PI school in the same school district. A school or district’s PI status is based on Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) reports. Due to technical difficulties at the state level, the release of AYP from the California Department of Education has been delayed. A date for the release of the information has yet to be provided by the CDE. Click here to read a notification letter.

De acuerdo con la ley federal "Que Ningún Niño se Queda Atrás", se requiere que un distrito escolar ofrezca a los padres de los estudiantes elegibles en el Programa de Mejoramiento (PI) la opción de transferir a sus hijos a una escuela que no es PI en el mismo distrito escolar. El estatus PI de una escuela o un distrito se basa en los informes del Progreso Anual Adecuado (AYP). Debido a dificultades técnicas en el ámbito estatal, el Departamento de Educación de California (CDE) se ha retrasado con la publicación de AYP. El CDE aún no ha proporcionado una fecha para la publicación de la información. Haga clic aquí para leer una carta de notificación.

Response to the Grand Jury Report on English Learners

San Rafael City Schools submitted a response to the Marin Civil Grand Jury’s report, “Every Child Counts: English Learners in Marin County Schools.” The response was submitted to the Grand Jury in early August after the Board of Education approved it on July 27, 2015. Click here to view the SRCS response.

Board Approves LCAPs

LCAP_Logo-01.jpgThe SRCS Board of Education recently approved our 2015-18 Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAP). We are grateful to the hundreds of people who participated in the complex and extensive process to help shape the plans so we can improve as a district to better meet the needs of all our students.

You can find the final LCAP documents online in English and Spanish at www.srcs.org/lcap. There are also several other resources and materials on the webpage, including an executive summary. 

Elementary Teacher is Marin County Teacher of the Year

DSC_0061.jpgWe are filled with excitement and pride as we share that Karrie Coulter, currently a second grade teacher at Short Elementary, was selected as the Marin County Teacher of the Year! A crew of District representatives visited her classroom to surprise her with the news. As the county honoree, Karrie will continue on in the process for California Teachers of the Year, which highlights educational innovation, student learning, and the rewards of teaching. Congratulations, Karrie!


DSC_0013.JPGOn May 21, SRCS teachers, educators, leaders and programs were honored at the annual Golden Bell Awards Ceremony for their outstanding achievement. The Golden Bell Awards celebrate public education in Marin County by bringing our community together to recognize outstanding certificated teachers, excellent student programs, as well as present awards to an exemplary educator, classified employee, teacher and trustee. Among those honored was Greg Knell, who was recognized as Trustee of the Year. Click here to learn more and view photos.

DMS Receives Gold Ribbon Schools Award

Davidson Middle School has been honored with a 2015 California Gold Ribbon Schools Award. Schools applied for the award based on a model program their school has adopted that includes standards-based activities, projects, strategies, and practices that can be replicated by other local educational agencies. "These schools are academically successful, vibrant, and innovative centers of learning and teaching," State Schools Chief Tom Torlakson said. "They provide great examples of the things educators are doing right—embracing rigorous academic standards, providing excellence and creativity in teaching, and creating a positive school climate."  

Principal Bob Marcucci reflected on the achievement: “This is a time of celebration and pride for our school community. Our staff has worked so hard to develop meaningful and engaging units of instruction and have become highly functioning teams of teachers in the process. It is nice to reward them for their passion and effort on behalf of our students.” Click here to learn more


FutureReady.jpgA team of leaders from San Rafael City Schools (SRCS) was in Mountain View on May 4-5 to participate in the eighth of 13 Future Ready Regional Summits. The Future Ready Summits are a critical step toward realizing the goals of the ConnectED Initiative announced by President Obama in 2013 to connect 99 percent of students to high-speed Internet and empower teachers with the technology they need to transform teaching and learning. Click here to learn more.

SRCS Recognized for Significant Gains in Student Access and Success

San Rafael City Schools has been honored by the College Board for its commitment to expanding access to Advanced Placement course work, improving student performance and supporting student success. The efforts have landed SRCS a spot on the College Board’s 5th Annual AP® District Honor Roll, which recognizes districts that have expanded access to AP courses and maintained or improved the percentage of students earning scores of 3 or higher on AP exams. Click here to learn more.

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