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(Henry Hoelter)

District parcel tax renewal, Measure M, on November ballot

By Samantha Nichols October 19, 2020
The measure would extend current parcel tax funding to maintain fiscal solvency in the district.
District board members Dan Oppenheim, Cynthia Roenisch, and Kevin Saavedra. (Ethan Swope)

Board approves $1.4 million in programming cuts

By Samantha Nichols May 6, 2020
The cuts include a one-year suspension of the Team program, an indefinite suspension of the teacher leader program, and removal of several release periods, including those for Leadership, Global Studies, and journalism. 
District CFO Corbett Elsen presents the districts second interim budget report, which proposes cuts to Team, the Global Studies program, and journalism. (Ethan Swope)

Measure B fails, plunging district into $3 million deficit

By Benjy Wall-Feng March 15, 2020
At least 200 students, teachers, and parents attended the board meeting on March 10, where the board of trustees discussed the $1.4 million in proposed cuts.
(Tenaya Tremp)

Editorial: Save our schools

By Editorial Staff March 12, 2020
Measure B failed, and our district is facing drastic cuts. We can't let that happen again.
(Johanna Meezan)

TUHSD proposes second parcel tax to stabilize budget

By Logan Little February 7, 2020
Measure B would replace a prior district parcel tax, Measure J, and raise the district $23 million dollars annually for a maximum of 10 years.
Karen Loebbaka, the president of the Redwood High School Foundation, was appointed to the district board of trustees on Tuesday, August 13.
(Keri Brenner / Marin Independent Journal)

Karen Loebbaka sworn onto board of trustees

By Logan Little August 18, 2019
Loebbaka, the president of the Redwood High School foundation, replaced Barbara Owens, who resigned in July.
TUHSD board of trustees candidates Barbara McVeigh, Dan Oppenheim, Cynthia Roenisch, and Kevin Saavedra at a panel in October. (Ethan Swope)

Measure J dominates Board of Trustees election

By Leah Fullerton October 17, 2018

An election for three open positions on the Tamalpais Union High School District (TUHSD) Board of Trustees will take place on November 6, national Election Day. Current members Laura Anderson, Chuck Ford,...

(Ethan Swope)

District Pivots From Proposed Layoffs

By Milo Levine April 30, 2018

The Tamalpais Union High School District (TUHSD) Board of Trustees approved a proposal to reduce the budget for the 2018-2019 school year by roughly $2.8 million, in response to substantial debt brought...

Board Considers Parcel Tax Increase

By Samantha Locke January 12, 2018

The Tamalpais Union High School Board of Trustees will vote on whether or not to propose an increase in parcel taxes, if they can garner enough community support, according to an announcement made at the...

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