Discover the locally-controlled, community-supported funding sources that allow the Kentfield School District to provide a superior educational experience for our students.
Passed in November 2015, Measure D dedicates funding for construction and renovation projects to modernize facilities, address enrollment growth, and enhance safety features. Find out more here.
Kentfield voters first approved a Parcel Tax in 1987 and since then Parcel Taxes have been used in this District to keep class sizes low, upgrade technology, expand and maintain music, art, and drama programs, and fund school libraries. Local funding from the Parcel Tax provides 25% of the Kentfield School District's budget. Find out more here.
The district's current Parcel Tax expires in June 20XX.