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HogeboomSan Rafael City Schools is comprised of two distinct and separate public school districts: the San Rafael Elementary School District and the San Rafael High School District, which are designated as San Rafael City Schools under the Charter for the City of San Rafael. These two legal entities are governed by a single Board of Education, with administrative oversight and management by a single district administrative and support staff.   This long-standing governance structure is a model of efficiency and effectiveness, maximizing the public's fiscal resources by combining the oversight, leadership, fiscal management and day-to-day operations into a single leadership team.

The Superintendent of Schools is the "Chief Executive Officer" of the organization, responsible for the administration and management of all district operations based upon the philosophy and direction of the five-member publicly elected Board of Education.  

Jim Hogeboom began his tenure as the Superintendent of SRCS at the start of the 2019-20 school year. The Superintendent's Office staff includes Assistant Morena Parada who supports both the Superintendent and the Board of Education. The District's Communication Director Christina Perrino is also located in the Superintendent's Office.

Members of our community can contact individual members of the Board of Education, and/or the entire Board through this office. The Superintendent's Office is open during the same regular business hours of the District Office.

Superintendent Messages

Superintendent Hogeboom frequently shares messages and updates with the greater SRCS community. See below for the latest!

Superintendent's Office

Jim Hogeboom

Morena Parada
Executive Assistant to the Superintendent

Christina Perrino
Director of Communications

Request Authorization as a School Connected Organization

The Board of Education recognizes that parents/guardians and community members may wish to organize parent organizations and/or booster clubs for the purpose of supporting district co-curricular and extracurricular programs (“school-connected organizations”), such as athletic teams, debate teams, musical groups, and other activities that provide a positive source of involvement for students consistent with the district’s vision for student learning.

Board Policy and Administrative Regulation 1230 regarding School Connected Organizations were approved by the Board in January 2017 to guide the process for which a community group can request that the Board authorize them as a School-Connected Organization.

If an organization believes they qualify in accordance with board policy and administrative regulation guidelines, they may use the fillable form below (download to your local desktop for full functionality) to be considered. Requests for Authorization as a School-Connected Organization are to be submitted to the Superintendent's Office, Attn: Morena Parada; emailed to or mailed to the Superintendent's Office, 310 Nova Albion Way, San Rafael, CA 94903, by the first of each month to be considered by the Board at a regular meeting. 


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