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    Important Message! Due to Concern about COVID-19 spread, ALL SRCS SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE! All Students Should Log into their SRCS.org email for Information! (Remote Learning at bit.ly/SRCSRemote )

    IMPORTANT MESSAGE!

    Due to Concern about COVID-19 spread,

    ALL SRCS SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE!


    All Middle and High School Students Should Log into their @SRCS.ORG email for Information!

     

    Remote Learning Website:

    bit.ly/SRCSRemote 

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    Introducing BULLDOG BRICKS, personalized walkway pavers for the entrance of the new San Rafael High School stadium.

    Bulldog BricksCelebrate graduation, commemorate your team or club, appreciate a teacher, support the school. And buy now to get premium placement, close to the stadium entrance. Bulldog Bricks are available at www.bulldogbricks.org

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    Chromebook Distribution

    Starting 3/30, all students will need a computer at home to complete their schoolwork on the Internet.  If your student is in need of a computer, your student may pick up a Chromebook computer at SRHS this Friday 3/37.  The pick up location is by the central entrance to the LA building between LA and AD.  The line will begin by the Art Quad.

    You must have a parent signed permission slip in order to check-out a Chromebook.  You can obtain a copy of the permission slip on our website, or pick up a printed copy which will be available on the front door outside the AD building.  

    Please arrive on campus this Friday with a signed permission form using the schedule below:

    9th ~ A-G:  8AM-9AM

    9th ~ H-Z:  9AM-10AM

    10th ~ A-G:  10AM-11AM

    10th ~ H-G: 11AM-12PM

    11th ~ H-Z:  12PM-1PM

    12th ~ A-G:  2PM-3PM

    12th ~ H-Z:  3PM-4PM

    Social Distance:  Please remember to maintain a 6-foot separation from others.  Do not come to school to check-out a device if you are not feeling well, or you are sick.  Instead, please contact your school principal for alternatives.

    Loan Agreement English     Acuerdo de Préstamo Español

    Student/Family Check-in Survey Encuesta para Estudiante/Familia

    SRHS wants to make sure that every student is checking in with their teachers.  We also want to make sure that all students have access to an electronic device/internet for remote learning scheduled to officially start on March 30th. 

    Student/Family Survey ~ Encuesta para Estudiante/Familia

    SRHS quiere asegurarse de que cada estudiante se comunique con sus maestros. También queremos asegurarnos de que todos los estudiantes tengan acceso a un dispositivo electrónico/internet para el aprendizaje remoto programado para comenzar oficialmente el 30 de marzo.

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    Dear SRCS Community:

    Today’s updates follow:

    SCHOOL CLOSURE

    • In collaboration with seven Bay Area county health officials and county superintendents, Marin County has made a unified, regional decision to extend school closures and student dismissals from regular school attendance through May 1, 2020 to slow the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) to the maximum extent. The safety and wellness of students, school personnel, and the community are our highest priority. 

    HIGH SCHOOL CHROMEBOOK DEPLOYMENT

    • This Thursday, March 26, TERRA LINDA HIGH SCHOOL students without access to a computer at home can come to Terra Linda or Bahia Vista to check-out a Chromebook. Please arrive at the time specified on the SRCS Chromebook Deployment Flyer.
    • This Friday, March 27th, SAN RAFAEL HIGH SCHOOL students without access to a computer at home can come to San Rafael High School or Bahia Vista to check-out a Chromebook. Please arrive at the time specified on the SRCS Chromebook Deployment Flyer.
    • Please refer to the SRCS Chromebook Deployment Flyer for the time your student should arrive based on his/her last name and the requirements to check out a Chromebook. If possible, please fill out this permission slip which will be required from all students checking out a Chromebook. We will also have hard copies available on site. 

    MIDDLE SCHOOL CHROMEBOOK DEPLOYMENT

    • This Monday, March 30th, DAVIDSON MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS who do not have access to a computer at home can come to Davidson or Bahia Vista to check-out a Chromebook. 
    • This Tuesday, March 31st, VENETIA VALLEY STUDENTS who do not have access to a computer at home can come to Venetia Valley or Bahia Vista to check-out a Chromebook. 
    • Please refer to the SRCS Chromebook Deployment Flyer for the time your student should arrive based on his/her last name and the requirements to check out a Chromebook. If possible, please fill out this permission slip which will be required from all students checking out a Chromebook. We will also have hard copies available on site. 

    ELEMENTARY 

    • SRCS will be releasing new TK-5 packets (for the period of 3/30-4/17) at the beginning of next week. Stay tuned for how we will distribute the packets this coming Friday.

    REMOTE LEARNING

    • Students should check their Google Classroom and/or Canvas Classroom and srcs.org email daily for instruction from their teacher/s.
    • Just a reminder to check-out our SRCS Remote Learning website that continues to be updated with new resources.

    DONATION DRIVE FOR HEALTHCARE WORKERS

    • Our SF and Marin County hospitals need masks, gloves, goggles, and face shields. If you have any (unused) supplies from your emergency and wildfire kits or from business stockpiles, please consider donating them! The collection of items is this Friday and Saturday from 10am-3pm at Bon Air, Greenbrae. Thank you!

    SPRING BREAK (April 6-April 10) 

    • Please note that SRCS Spring Break is scheduled from 4/6-4/10.  During this time, no new assignments will be posted on Google Classroom or Canvas.  We would encourage you to take this week to reduce screen time for students as we know Remote Learning has led to a steep increase. Use this time to be in nature (while practicing physical distancing), write a letter to a friend, journal, play family games, and read, read, read.  If students choose to do so, they could also make up missed work from previous weeks on Google Classroom or Canvas.  If you are looking for additional learning resources during this Spring Break we would encourage you to view our SRCS Remote Learning website.

    #SRCSWeAreOne #SRCSTodosSomosUno

    Sincerely, 

    Jim

    Jim Hogeboom
    Superintendent 

    Posted 3/25/20

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    March 23, 2020

    Dear SRCS Community:


    Today’s updates:


    We have unfortunate information that Marin County’s Public Health Officer, Dr. Matt Willis has tested positive for COVID-19, making him Marin’s 39th confirmed case. Dr. Willis recorded a video message to the community from his home on Sunday night, where he has been self-quarantined from his family since his symptoms first appeared late last week. Deputy Public Officer, Dr. Lisa Santora, will lead the operations as Dr. Willis recovers. Dr. Willis has been a visible leader of Marin’s COVID-19 response work. Our thoughts are with Dr. Willis and his family, and we are grateful for his work surrounding COVID-19. 

    FOOD SERVICES

    • SRCS continues to distribute free meals (lunch and breakfast for the following day) to all SRCS students under the age of eighteen. Please bring your child’s School ID with you. Thank you! Location: Bahia Vista: 125 Bahia Way, San Rafael | Hours: 11:30AM- 12:30PM Monday through Friday. 
    • We are working with the SF/Marin Food Bank to increase the amount of days to serve food pantries to our community. Please expect to hear the dates and timing directly from your home school.
    • For a list of SF/Marin Food Bank pantries please visit SF/Marin Food Bank Food Locator (link: https://foodlocator.sfmfoodbank.org/). 

    CHROMEBOOK DEPLOYMENT

    • This Thursday and Friday (March 26th and 27th), Chromebook deployment for our high school students who do not have access to a device at home will begin. On Monday and Tuesday (March 30th and 31st), we will deploy chromebooks to our middle school students.
    • If your child does not have access to a device at home review the SRCS Chromebook Deployment Flyer for location, time, permission slip and requirements to check out a device.

    REMOTE LEARNING

    • Communications regarding your child’s remote learning will come directly from your school. We are constantly updating our SRCS Remote Learning Website so please visit us often for various resources!
    • For TK-5th graders: we are in the midst of printing out more packets and will be in communication on how those will be disseminated. 

    In an effort for all to stay informed with reliable information, we want to offer you a few resources:

    • On March 24 from 5-6pm there is a Virtual Town Hall with Representative Jared Huffman, Marin County Public Health, and Mary Jane Burke, Superintendent of Schools at the Marin County Office of Education. You can view on Comcast Channel 30, AT&T Channel 99, online at Marin TV buff.ly/2xjzBaY, or Facebook Live buff.ly/33H6Z7E
    • SRCS is pushing out information on Twitter @SRCSSchools and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SanRafaelCitySchools/. 
    • You can also watch updates from Governor Newsom on both sites @GovPressOffice and https://www.facebook.com/GavinNewsom/.

    In closing, we request for safety reasons that you do not allow your student to congregate on school campuses unless they are there for a specific reason (e.g., to pick-up a meal or a chromebook).

    We hope you are staying well and healthy. 

    #SRCSWeAreOne #SRCSTodosSomosUno

    Sincerely, 

    Jim

    Jim Hogeboom, Superintendent
     

    Posted 3/23/20

     

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    March 20, 2020

    Dear SRCS Community:

    We hope you are staying safe and healthy. The purpose of this letter is to inform you of a few items we are working on at SRCS. 

    FOOD SERVICES

    • Today, we served 557 lunches and breakfasts. Thank you to SRCS’ Alan Downing and his team for the incredible and resourceful work they are doing! 
    • We also had our first COVID-19 Food Bank pantry at Bahia Vista. The turnout was much higher than anticipated so we wanted to make you aware that tomorrow Saturday 3/21, there is a food pantry that the Canal Welcome Center is hosting at 24 Belvedere St. San Rafael from 9:00 am ‐ 10:30 am. 
    • For a list of SF/Marin Food Bank pantries in the San Rafael community, please visit SF/Marin Food Bank Food Locator (link: https://foodlocator.sfmfoodbank.org/). 
    • We are working with the SF/Marin Food Bank to increase the amount of days to serve food pantries to our community. We will have more information early next week on the schedule. 

    PLEASE NOTE: It is critical for ALL of our health that we maintain the physical distancing required by our public health officers. Thank you! 

    CHROMEBOOK DEPLOYMENT

    • As you know, San Rafael City Schools is focused on equity. We are excited for the launch of Remote Learning and want to ensure all students have access to the tools they need to be successful.
    • Over the next couple of weeks, we will begin deploying Chromebooks to 6th-12th grade students who do not have access to a device at home. The schedule with permissions slips are here (we will have hard copies of the permission slip available).

    SRCS STORY TIME! 

    Our SRCS Story Time is a time to virtually read with one of our teachers, principals and other members of our staff! Keep an eye out for this on our Twitter, Facebook, and SRCS Remote Learning website

    We miss seeing you and your child in person, and we hope you are staying healthy and rested.  


    #SRCSWeAreOne #SRCSTodosSomosUno


    Sincerely, 

    Jim


    Jim Hogeboom
    Superintendent 

    Posted 3/20/20
    Principal Dennis

     Glenn DennisGlenn Dennis is serving his seventh year as Principal at San Rafael High, and twenty-seventh as an educator. This follows three years in the role of Assistant Principal at SRHS.  Prior to coming to San Rafael City Schools, Mr. Dennis was an administrator in diverse high school settings across San Francisco and the Bay Area.  He was Principal at Metropolitan Arts and Technology for three years and an AP at Oceana High School in Pacifica for another two years prior to that.  He taught for approximately 12 years before becoming a Principal; his specialty was History, Social Studies and English.

    Mr. Dennis is a Bay Area Native, being raised in San Francisco since age three.  He is a proud Cal Bear, receiving both his undergraduate degree at University of California at Berkeley and his Masters in Education there as well.  While a graduate student, Mr. Dennis was in the Principal Leadership Institute; his passion for administrative work was founded there and is flourishing as an SR Bulldog!  

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    San Rafael, California 94901


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    Our Mission

    Our mission at San Rafael High School is for each student to acquire the skills and knowledge necessary to succeed in the future and to contribute to society while recognizing the dignity and worth of each individual.

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    About our District

    San Rafael City Schools Mission: Lifting student achievement. Every student, every day. 

    SRCSThe SRCS community ensures that every student receives an empowering education. High expectations and skillful individualized instruction enable each student to embrace their own learning, think critically and experience success. Our welcoming school climate ensures that our diverse community of students, families, staff and community members are treated with dignity and respect, creating opportunities for participation, engagement and support. 

    SRCS includes the San Rafael Elementary School District and the San Rafael High School District, with a total student population of more than 7,200. Learn more at www.srcs.org.