• Board of Trustees Contact Information

    The Board welcomes communication from the public. 


    By Email:
    To contact the Board via email, send an email to 
    trustees@lcmschools.orgEmail sent to this address is automatically sent to ALL Board members. Please copy the superintendent Brett Geithman at bgeithman@lcmschools.org.
    By US Post:
    Board of Trustees
    c/o Larkspur-Corte Madera School District Office
    230 Doherty Drive
    Larkspur, CA 94939
  • Sellers

    Jill Sellers - 
    President, Term Ends 2024

    Jill and her husband Scott have been Larkspur residents for 18 years. Jill has a long standing interest in public education and studied American Civilization with a concentration on the American education system at Brown University where she her earned her A.B. degree.  She also holds a master’s degree from the University of Michigan School of Education with a concentration in Higher Education Administration. She has held diverse professional positions in the past in higher education including admissions as well as development. Jill has served in many roles at our schools including leadership positions on the PTA/PTO at Hall and Neil Cummins as well as Site Council at Neil Cummins. She volunteers in the classroom, has coached Odyssey of the Mind at Hall and soccer in the community. Jill enjoys spending time with her family, being part of the Larkspur-Corte Madera community, hiking and reading. Originally from Fairfax County, Virginia, Jill is also the product of great public schools herself.

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    Eric Schmautz -
    Term ends 2022

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  • Monica Canas Photo Monica Cañas - ClerkTerm Ends 2022 

    Monica lives in Corte Madera with her three daughters, who attend The Cove School and Hall Middle School. A Bay Area native, Monica was born in San Francisco and raised in San Rafael, where she attended Marin County public schools. Monica earned her undergraduate degree in Business Administration at Dominican University of California. She currently does freelance work in project management. Since 2010, Monica has been active in LCMSD volunteering in various roles, including campus events, math & reading groups in the classrooms, and serving on the Hall Middle School Parent Education Committee. In her free time, Monica enjoys outdoor activities, attending arts & cultural events, salsa dancing, and trying new recipes.
  • Mueller

    Sarah Mueller
    , Term Ends 2022 
    Sarah and her husband, Dirk, moved to Larkspur in 2002. They have two children attending Neil Cummins Elementary School and one child at Hall Middle School. Sarah is originally from Massachusetts, where her parents still live in the house in which she grew up. She earned her undergraduate degree from Harvard University (A.B. in government) and her law degree from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law. She is currently assistant regional counsel at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s regional office in San Francisco. Sarah has volunteered in various capacities in the District, including as room parent, SPARK classroom representative, hot lunch volunteer, and parent representative on the Neil Cummins Site Council and the District’s Facilities Expansion Committee.
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    Annie Sherman - 
    Trustee, Term Ends 2024 

    Annie Sherman lives in Larkspur with her husband, son and daughter.  She and her husband moved to Marin from New York in 2005, and have lived in Larkspur since 2008.  Annie grew up in the Virginia suburbs of Washington, D.C., where she attended Fairfax County Public Schools.  After high school, she completed a B. A. in Spanish Language and Literatures at Sweet Briar College.  Annie moved to Manhattan immediately after college and pursued a 9-year career in finance in New York and London from 1996-2005.  She brings a perspective to the Board of Trustees as the mother of a son with autism, who attended Neil Cummins and Hall Middle School in the general education setting with supports.  Annie is grateful for the opportunity to work hard on behalf of LCMSD, and intends to make meaningful contributions that will ensure the future success of the District, as outlined by the Strategic Priorities.  In her spare time, you can find her walking and talking with friends, behind her sewing machine, or with a crochet hook in her hand.


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