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    Administration Team

    Davidson Administration TeamThe Davidson Administrative Team consists of Assistant Principals Susan Akram and Mari Kernan, Dean of Students Tom Kordick, and Principal Bob Marcucci. Together, they have over 80 years of experience in education - as teachers, instructional coaches, and administrators.

    Bob Marcucci has been the proud principal at Davidson Middle School since 2014. He has been in the San Rafael City Schools District for 23 years as both a teacher and administrator. He began his career as a teacher at Coleman in 1997, then became the principal at Laurel Dell, Glenwood, and now DMS. Mr. Marcucci grew up in San Rafael and is a product of Sun Valley, Davidson and San Rafael High School. He graduated from Saint Mary’s College in 1995 and got his bilingual teaching credential there as well. He received his Master’s in Education Administration from San Francisco State University in 2005. Mr. Marcucci’s passion lies in creating a positive school climate and serving the needs of students and families.

    DXL Drama Club


    Over 300 people  came to our End of the School Year Celebration Potluck, where 45 ELD students received their Reclassification Certificates of Accomplishment. The food was divine. There was live marimba music from Guatemala. A laptop was raffled among the reclassified students and there was a piñata for the little ones.  The staff members, Jenette Erven and Maria de Luna, were recognized, as well as,  the members of the PTO and ELAC and, most of all,  the parents, teachers, students and collaborating organizations for their hard work every day. In short it was a night of gratitude!

    The criteria for the Honor Roll is:

    • NO D’s or F’s (quarter grades) and NO N’s or U’s in citizenship.
    • Principal’s Honor Roll = GPA of 4.0
    • Academic Honor Roll = GPA of 3.5-3.89


    Grade Point Average (GPA) is calculated by adding up the total value of the letter grades and dividing by the number of graded classes.

     The value of each letter grade is as follows:

    A = 4   B = 3   C = 2   D = 1   F = 0

    As an example, a student has a report card of

    A, A, B, C, B, C, D.

    The total would be 4+4+3+2+3+2+1 = 19.

    19 divided by 6 classes = 3.16 GPA.


    280 Woodland Avenue
    San Rafael, California 94901

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    Main Office/ Oficina Principal:
             (415) 485 - 2400

    Administrative Assistant / Asistentes Administrativas
    Jenette Erven  (English)
    Ext. 201
    Maria De Luna  (English / Spanish) Ext. 218

    Llamar/dejar mensaje para reportar Asistencia en Español:

    Angela Erickson, Ext. 212.
    Call/leave message to Report Attendance: 

    Angela Erickson, Ext. 212.

    Bilingual Community Liaisons /Enlaces Bilingües  Comunitarios: 
    Estela Godfrey, Ext 215

    Zulay Sclafani Ext. 206 

    Principal/ Director: 
    Bob Marcucci

    Assistant Principals/Sub-Directoras:
    Susan Akram, Ext. 209

    Mari Kernan Ext 214


    Dean of Students/Decano de Estudiantes y Coord. de Disciplina: 
    Tom Kordick Ext 204


    After School Programs -Programa después de escuela:

    DXL Coordinator: 

    Adriana Cruz Diaz



    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