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Audit Reports

Economic Impact Aid

OPEB Retiree Benefit Actuarial Valuation Reports

Actuarial Valuation of Post Employment Benefits Other Than Pension Reports
 

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.  

EPA Reporting

EDUCATION PROTECTION ACCOUNT:  As approved by the voters on November 6, 2012, The Schools and Local Public Safety Protection Act of 2012 (Proposition 30) temporarily increased the State’s sales tax rate and the personal income tax rates for taxpayers in high tax brackets.   The creation of the Education Protection Account (EPA) by Proposition 30 provides that a portion of K-14 general purpose funds must be utilized for instructional purposes.  K-14 local agencies have the sole authority to determine how the funds received from the EPA are spent, but with these provisions:

  • The spending plan must be approved by the governing board during a public meeting
  • EPA funds cannot be used for the salaries or benefits of administrators or any other administrative costs (as identified within the account code structure)
  • Each year, the local agency must publish on its website an accounting of how much money was received from the EPA and how the funds were expended

Further, the annual financial audit includes verification that the EPA funds were used as specified by Proposition 30.  If EPA funds are not expended in accordance with the requirements of Proposition 30, civil or criminal penalties could be incurred.

Proposition 55 takes effect January 1, 2018, and the income taxes generated will be distributed to each LEAs’ EPA. The statutory reporting requirements of Proposition 30 mentioned above carry forward under Proposition 55.

ESD Education Protection Account 16-17

ESD EPA Resolution #1750

HSD Education Protection Account 16-17

HSD EPA Resolution # 1751

 

 

2017-2018 Adopted Budget Reports

Please click HERE for the link to the

Board Approved Adopted Budgets

 

Scroll down to the following sections:

Elementary School District Section VI.1

High School District  Section VI.2

 

Copies of further budget documentation may be requested from the

Business Services Office Room 504 or by contacting us 415-492-3205.

2016-2017 Second Interim

Please Click HERE for the SRCS Second Interim Budgets

XI.4. Elementary School District Budget Revision #2 and the Second Interim Report for 2016-17 
  XI.5. High School District Budget Revision #2 and the Second Interim Report for 2016-17 

2016-2017 First Interim Budget

Please click HERE for the SRCS First Interim Budgets 

Section XII.4. Elementary 

Section XII.5. High School

 

2016-2017 Adopted Budget Reports

Elementary District 

SRCS Elementary School District 2016-2017 Budget Narrative

Budget Fingertip Facts

General Fund

High School District

SRCS High School District 2016-2017 Budget Narrative

Budget Fingertip

General Fund

Copies of further budget documentation may be requested from the Business Services Office or online here. Please scroll down to the following sections:

Section X.4. Elementary

Section  X.5. High School

 

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:

Budget Update and Preliminary Budget Assumptions 13.14

Powerpoint report presented at the May 20, 2013 Board meeting.

Assistant Superintendent, Business Services (415) 492-3205

Marquand, Doug
Assistant Superintendent of Business Services

Executive Assistant (415) 492-3205

Busch, Emily
Exec. Assistant, Business Services

Business Office Support Staff

email.gif Andrea Luna - Accounting Manager

      (415) 492-3213

email.gifChris Posedel - Accounting Supervisor

      (415) 491-6493

Payroll

email.gifEsta Suen -Payroll Coordinator

       (415) 492-3209

Jessica Ochoa - Payroll Technician

      (415) 492-3258

email.gifJose Rosales- Payroll Technician

       (415) 492-3258

Accounts Payable/Receivable and Purchase Orders

email.gifDave Burke -Account Clerk III (Elementary District AP)

       (415) 492-3208

email.gifJoni Gawronski -Account Clerk III (High School District AP)

       (415) 492-3214

email.gifJohn Coffrini -Purchasing Assistant

       (415) 492-3210

Enrollment and Transportation

  email.gifLilian Perez - Supervisor of Pupil Management, Business Services

       (415) 492-3226 

     Clelia Lucero - Administrative Assistant, Student Enrollment & Family Center

     (415) 492-3236

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2015-16 Adopted Budget Reports

2015-16 Budget Reports

2014-15 Unaudited Actuals

2014-15 Budget Reports

2014-15 Adopted Budget Reports

2013-2014 Budget Reports

2013-2014 Adopted Budget Reports

2012- 2013 Budget Reports

2012-2013 Adopted Budget Reports

2011-2012 Budget Reports

2010 - 2011 Budget Reports