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    Please view the attached fliers for some important information regarding college financial aid.

     

    Consulte los folletos adjuntos para obtener información importante sobre ayuda financiera para la universidad.

     

    Posted 11/23/20

    If you are having problems logging into your classes please follow these steps:

     

    1. Make sure to close out any open pages.

    2. Make sure you are logged into your SRCS google account (not a

        personal one).

    3. Go to your waffle in the top right corner of your screen. Your

        waffle is the 9 dots in the top right corner that look like a waffle.

    4. Scroll down until you find the zoom icon.  Click on the zoom

        icon.  This will take you straight into your zoom account.

    5. Leave the zoom page open and go back into your canvas page

        and click on your class.  You should be able to get in.

     

    * If after following these steps, you get a message saying that "this meeting is for internal people only", this probably means you need verify/authenticate your zoom account and school email.  You should receive a message asking if you want to switch over and join the SRCS group. Say yes to switching over to join the SRCS group.

     

    Make sure you are following the AERIES class schedule that was emailed to you by Ms. Morales the day before school started.  You are only taking periods 1-4 and Advisory in the fall semester.  Please click on Madrone Bell Schedule to get the bell schedule for the 2020-2021 school year.  

     

    As always, if you still can't get in, DO NOT HESITATE to contact Ms. Morales in the front office by calling 415-485-2435 or sending her an email to tmorales@srcs.org

     

     

     

     

     

    Posted 8/25/20

    Please click on the Madrone Bell Schedule in order to view the bell schedule for the 2020-2021 school year.

     

    If you have any questions please contact the office 415-485-2435.

    Posted 8/23/20

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    Principal

    Kevin P. Kerr

    Kevin Kerr is serving in his first full year as the Principal of Madrone High School.  Prior to coming to Madrone, he was the Director of Secondary Education for San Rafael City Schools and led secondary programs in Education Services since 2015. Previously, he was the principal at Balboa High School in San Francisco for six years, and he held principal and site administrator positions with the San Francisco County/Court schools. Through his experience, he’s developed education knowledge and core skills, which include a commitment to student-centered instruction, program development and reform, curriculum implementation, as well as fostering communication and collaboration between all school stakeholders. His experience as a former principal and District administrator, combined with his extensive knowledge of the Madrone community, make him an ideal leader for Madrone at this time.  He graduated from UC Berkeley with both an undergraduate degree in English Literature and a master’s degree in Education.  He lives in San Anselmo with his wife and their three dogs.  He is also a proud graduate of Terra Linda High School.

     

    Kevin P. Kerr

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    Madrone High School

    150 3rd Street
    San Rafael, California 94901


    415.485.2435 - Phone
    415.485.2438 - Fax
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    The Mission of Madrone High School is to provide a positive educational experience for its students and the opportunity to foster the key developmental qualities essential to becoming a totally integrated individual in a changing society.

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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.