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    After School Childcare & Classes

    After school childcare is provided by the City of San Rafael at the Glenwood site. 

    Glenwood Children's Center
    Hours: Monday through Friday from 1:45pm to 6:30pm.

    Please call Jocelyn Hallroan at (415) 485-3102 with any questions.

    For After School Classes information or call:  (415) 485-3333


    GLENWOOD Daily Bell Schedule 2022 / 2023

    TK - 3rd Grades Fourth and Fifth Grades
    8:45-10:30 Instruction 8:45-10:30 Instruction
    10:30-10:50 Snack Recess 10:30-10:50 Snack Recess
    10:50-12:20 Instruction 10:50-12:20 Instruction
    12:20-1:05 Lunch 12:20-1:05 Lunch
    1:05-2:00 Instruction 1:05-3:30 Instruction
    2:00-2:20 Afternoon recess 3:30 Dismissal
    2:20-3:30 Instruction    
    3:30 Dismissal    
    Wednesday Early Release - Every Wednesday
    TK - 3rd Grades Fourth and Fifth Grades
    8:45-10:30 Instruction 8:45-10:30 Instruction
    10:30-10:50 Snack Recess 10:30-10:50 Snack Recess
    10:50-12:20 Instruction 10:50-12:25 Instruction
    12:20-1:05 Lunch 12:25-1:05 Lunch
    1:05-1:30 Instruction 1:05-1:30 Instruction
    1:30 Dismissal 1:30 Dismissal
    Minimum Day
    TK - 3rd Grades Fourth and Fifth Grades
    8:45-10:30 Instruction 8:45-10:30 Instruction
    10:30-11:20 Snack + Lunch 10:30-11:20 Snack + Lunch
    11:20-12:35 Instruction 11:20-12:35 Instruction
    12:35 Dismissal 12:35 Dismissal


    important information

    Information About Measures G & H

    The SRCS Board of Education has placed Measure G and Measure H on the May 4, 2021 ballot. Measure G would renew funding for local high schools, while Measure H would renew funding for elementary and middle schools. Learn more at


    Dear Glenwood Community,

    Please find below a video message regarding the upcoming school year. Also in attachment are the most recent communications from the district, with important information.

    En español:

    Estimada comunidad de Glenwood,

    A continuación encontrará un mensaje en video sobre el próximo año escolar. También se adjuntan las comunicaciones más recientes del distrito, con información importante.!AhzLzmZ9xA8zg3UrqfvNTcHaPQue


    Jason Richardson, Principal

    Greetings Glenwood Eagle Community,

    I welcome you all to the new school year. We are ramping up for a wonderful year of engaged learning and joyful community spirit. 

    If you are new to Glenwood and we haven’t met, I want to introduce myself as your child’s principal. My name is Jason Richardson and I am in my fifth year at Glenwood. This is such a warm, welcoming and engaged school community. It makes me very happy to be part of the nest. 

    Please know that my office door is almost always open and I always want to get to know the whole school community and make individual connections. If you would like to contact me, please don’t hesitate. You can always call the school office at 485-2430 or email me at I am available to set up individual meetings or to speak with you over the phone.

    We have an amazing school and we will keep gently pushing ourselves to continue to grow as educators, students, and as a school community. We are a united staff and we leverage this unity to support the whole school community while counting on the amazing parents to support us. We are truly interdependent. This is going to be a year full of positive growth and learning for us all.

    Gold Ribbon SchoolsSACRAMENTO—State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tom Torlakson today announced that 780 elementary schools are being honored under the Gold Ribbon Schools Awards Program

    "These schools shine as bright beacons for others, putting forth an exemplary effort to ensure that every student is ready for 21st century college and careers," Torlakson said. "California teachers are developing an education model for the nation, training the students of today to be the problem-solvers, inventors, and pioneers of tomorrow."

    The California Gold Ribbon Schools Award was created to honor schools in place of the California Distinguished Schools Program, which is on hiatus while California creates new assessment and accountability systems. Nearly 6,000 elementary schools were eligible to apply this year.

    Schools applied for the award based on a model program or practice their school has adopted that includes standards-based activities, projects, strategies, and practices that can be replicated by other local educational agencies. The award recognized middle and high schools last year.

    The Gold Ribbon Awards recognize California schools that have made gains in implementing the academic content and performance standards adopted by the State Board of Education. These include the California Standards for English Language Arts and Mathematics, California English Language Development Standards, and Next Generation Science Standards.

    Please visit the California Gold Ribbon Schools Program on the California Department of Education's (CDE's) Web site for more information.


    Jason Richardson, Principal

    Office Hours:  8:00-4:00

    Phone:  415-485-2430

    Fax:  415-485-2434

    25 West Castlewood Drive
    San Rafael, CA  94901


    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