PARCEL TAX FAQSLarkspur-Corte Madera School District
Protecting Quality Education Measure
With an innovative, challenging curriculum and dedicated teachers and staff, Larkspur-Corte Madera School District (LCMSD) is among the top 10% in the State. Our three schools, Neil Cummins Elementary School, the Cove School and Hall Middle School, serve approximately 1,350 students in kindergarten through eighth grade. With six California Distinguished School Awards, a California Gold Ribbon School Award and a National Blue Ribbon School Award, our schools are widely recognized for providing an outstanding education for local elementary and middle school students.
LCMSD enjoys a high level of partnership with the twin cities of Larkspur and Corte Madera, one of Marin County’s finest communities, as well as with our highly engaged parent organizations and SPARK, the Larkspur-Corte Madera Schools Foundation. Our area has a great reputation as a family-friendly, wonderful place to raise children due to the outstanding public schools.
How does parcel tax funding impact quality academics in our schools?
For over 25 years, our community has supported the elementary and middle schools in Larkspur and Corte Madera with voter-approved local education funding that has allowed us to provide a rigorous, well-rounded education for our students. This funding is set to expire unless renewed.