|Bolinas-Stinson Union School District|
125 Olema-Bolinas Road
|School type||Public, elementary school district|
|School board||Arianne Dar, Steve Marcotte,|
Jenny Pfeiffer, Gordon White,
and Tom Williard
|School number||NCES: 0605520 CA: 2165300 |
NCES School: 060552000501
|Campus||Rural, inside CBSA / 8|
|Area||Marin County, California|
|Communities served||Bolinas and Stinson Beach|
| Bolinas-Stinson Union School District Information |
at the National Center for Education Statistics
Bolinas-Stinson Union School District is a public school district in Marin County, California, with offices in Bolinas, California, USA. As of the 2017–18 school year, the District had 91 students at its Bolinas campus.
Bolinas School has been in continuous operation since 1858. The original wooden school-house was burned down in 1978 by an arsonist, but was rebuilt as a virtually exact replica of the original building. Until the fire, it was said to be the oldest standing school building in California.
The District had 10.0 full-time-equivalent classroom teachers. The other 15 staff included 8 instructional aides or coordinators, 1 administrator, and 6 support staff. There were no guidance counselors or library staff.
The District budget as of 2004-05 was $2,092,000, or $15,969 per student. Revenue sources were 8% federal, 81% local, and 11% state.
In 2000, the attendance area had a total population under age 18 of 477, of which 52 (8.0%) were Hispanic.
The racial composition was
The majority of the students are white. Students identified themselves by race or ethnicity and by gender as follows in 2017-18:
There were no students identified as American Indian/Alaskan, Filipino, or Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander. Bolinas-Stinson is a Title I school with a School-Wide Program.
125 Olema-Bolinas Road
|School type||Public, elementary school|
|Grades||K – 8|
|• Grade 1||8|
|• Grade 2||9|
|• Grade 3||13|
|• Grade 4||7|
|• Grade 5||8|
|• Grade 6||7|
|• Grade 7||10|
|• Grade 8||8|
|Color(s)||Blue and Yellow|
| School Information at the |
National Center for Education Statistics
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