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Management Team

HogeboomJim Hogeboom began his tenure as the Superintendent of SRCS at the start of the 2019-20 school year. He oversees all district leadership including: Human Resources, Curriculum and Instruction, Information Technology, Special Education, PR/Communication, Business Services and Maintenance and Operations.

Superintendent Hogeboom has been a classroom teacher, Principal, Assistant Superintendent and Superintendent. He is known as a visionary, an innovator and a reflective systems-thinking leader who believes that every student can reach their full potential, if we ensure them that opportunity. He leads with an open, approachable and collaborative style to bring diverse groups together and use the strengths of everyone to move forward on behalf of what's best for students.

Under his leadership, Superintendent Hogeboom has worked to ensure that students are engaged, challenged and inspired to learn. Furthermore, he believes equity is a moral imperative and has set goals and developed targeted strategies to help achieve this important priority. 

Superintendent Hogeboom received his Administrative Credential from Sonoma State University, a Master of Arts degree in Administration from San Francisco State University, his Teaching Credential in Business and Social Studies from San Francisco State University and his Bachelor's degree in Political Science from the University of California, Berkeley.

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Amy BaerAmy Buster Baer joined SRCS in 2009 and currently serves as the Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources.  Ms. Baer is a member of the Superintendent's Executive Cabinet, participating in decision making and direction setting for the District. In her position, she ensures that SRCS hires, develops and retains the highly skilled and motivated workforce required for effective teaching and student learning in all of our school communities.

Prior to joining SRCS, Ms. Baer's experience includes six years as a district level administrator in special education and student services. She has also worked as a school psychologist and a special day class teacher.

Given Ms. Baer's professional expertise, she was selected by the Fiscal Crisis Management Assistant Team as a consultant in the area of Special Education, participating in audits and performance evaluations of district special education programs across California.

She holds a B.S. in Business Administration from the University of Southern California and an M.A. in Education/School Psychology from Fresno Pacific University. 
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SRCSChristina Perrino joined SRCS in 2014 and serves as the District's Communications Director. She is responsible for supporting the planning, developing, coordinating and preparing of responsive and transparent communications, programs and systems that support and promote an understanding of the District’s role, objectives, accomplishments and needs. Ms. Perrino partners with and provides responsive communications to the various communities, organizations and neighborhoods within the District.

Ms. Perrino has experience in strategy development, community relations, marketing, internal communication, social media, publication and web development, media relations, event planning and graphic design. Her communications career began in the nonprofit sector, which triggered her passion for serving mission-driven organizations through strategic and powerful communication. After spending time doing public affairs work at a global public relations agency, Ms. Perrino joined the communications team for a PK-12 public school district in St. Louis. Prior to joining SRCS, she was the Communications Director for a national educational non-profit organization. She received a B.A. in Communications from St. Louis University.
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PedrollIn December 2015, David Pedroli joined SRCS as our Director of Maintenance and Operations. He has decades of experience in the facilities and operations sectors and has been a leader internationally and in the US. Dave has a track record of success in managing complex situations and bringing large-scale projects in on time and within budget. He has owned and operated a general contracting firm as well as an import/export corporation doing business worldwide. Additionally, he has many special skills related to construction and maintenance. Dave is a proud graduate of San Rafael High School.

Bob Marcucci was appointed as the Assistant Superintendent of Business Services in October 2020. Mr. Marcucci provides District-wide leadership in collaboration with Superintendent Hogeboom to develop and implement District policies and initiatives that advance and prioritize the work of SRCS' strategic plan. He oversees the District's business services department, which includes payroll, maintenance and operations, transportation, and food and nutritional services, along with all business-related services.

Sarah AshtonSarah Ashton serves as the Chief Technology Officer for SRCS. Ms. Ashton is charged with leading the district’s strategic technology vision aligned to district goals. Ms. Ashton works with the Technology Steering Committee to prioritize projects and implement innovative approaches to teaching and learning.  

Prior to joining SRCS in July 2019, Ms. Ashton worked in San Francisco Unified School District, most recently as the Directors of Student Systems, for close to eight years where she led district-wide technology initiatives related to unifying student data and accessible technology. Ms. Ashton started her career in education as a high school teacher 25 years ago and is passionate about access, equity and student growth.  
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stephanieStephanie Kloos joined San Rafael City Schools in July 2017, and she is currently the Executive Director of Elementary Education.
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Tyler Graff, Executive Director of Secondary Education

Daniel A. Zaich, Ed.D. Director, Strategic InitiativesDr. Zaich, who served as Director of Strategic Initiatives in the Superintendent’s Office, was appointed the Senior Director of Capital Facilities Program in August 2016. He will be responsible for overseeing the $269 million from bond Measures A and B to update and modernize our school facilities over the next eight years.  
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