Bolinas-Stinson Union School District

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Bolinas-Stinson Union School District
Address
125 Olema-Bolinas Road
Bolinas, California 94924
Information
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
Superintendent Lawrence H. Enos
Staff 24.0
Grades K-8
Enrollment 122 (2004-05)
Kindergarten 12
Grade 1 11
Grade 2 8
Grade 3 14
Grade 4 15
Grade 5 14
Grade 6 14
Grade 7 14
Grade 8 20
Language English
Campus Rural, inside CBSA / 8
Area Marin County, California
Communities served Bolinas and Stinson Beach
Website
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 2004-05 school year, the District had 122 students at its two campuses.

History[edit]

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. [1]

Staff[edit]

The District had 9.0 full-time-equivalent classroom teachers (1 kindergarten, 7 elementary, and 1 ungraded). The other 15 staff included 8 instructional aides or coordinators, 1 administrator, and 6 support staff. There were no guidance counselors or library staff.

Fiscal[edit]

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.

Community demographics[edit]

In 2000, the attendance area had a total population under age 18 of 477, of which 52 (8.0%) were Hispanic.[2]

The racial composition was

  • White alone: 401
  • Black or African American alone: 15
  • American Indian or Alaska Native alone: 0
  • Asian alone: 13
  • Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander alone: 4
  • Some other race alone: 23
  • Population of two or more races: 21

Student demographics[edit]

The majority of the students are white. Enrollment by race or ethnicity and by gender are as follows:

  • Amererican Indian/Alaskan: 0
  • Asian: 4
  • Black: 1
  • Hispanic: 12
  • White: 94
  • Male: 62
  • Female: 48

Bolinas-Stinson is a Title I school with a School-Wide Program. Twenty-five of the students in the District are eligible for subsidized meals—16 for free lunch and 9 for reduced-price lunch. There are no migrant students.

Bolinas Stinson School[edit]

Stinson Beach School
Location
Stinson Beach, California 94970
Information
School type Public, primary school
Staff 3 (2004-05)
Grades Kindergarten – 2
Enrollment 31 (2004-05)
Kindergarten 12
Grade 1 11
Grade 2 8
Language English
Campus Rural
School Information at the
National Center for Education Statistics

Stinson Beach Campus[edit]

Stinson Beach School is located on State Route 1, one mile north of the town of Stinson Beach, California. In 2004-05, it had an enrollment of 31 students in kindergarten through second grade. With 3.0 full-time-equivalent teachers, Stinson School had a student-teacher ratio of 10.3. (See distribution at right).

Stinson Beach School is not a charter school or a magnet school.

Bolinas School
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Address
125 Olema-Bolinas Road
Bolinas, California 94924
Information
School type Public, elementary school
Grades 3 – 8
Enrollment 91 (2004-05)
Grade 3 14
Grade 4 15
Grade 5 14
Grade 6 14
Grade 7 14
Grade 8 20
Language English
Color(s) Blue and Yellow
Team name Bobcats
School Information at the
National Center for Education Statistics

Bolinas Campus[edit]

Bolinas School had an enrollment of 91 students in third through eighth grade in 2004-05. With 6.0 full-time-equivalent teachers, Bolinas had a student-teacher ratio of 15.1. The campus is located approximately one mile east of the town of Bolinas, California, in an area known as Gospel Flats. Bolinas is neither a charter or magnet school.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Phil Frank, K. Rand, T. Agnoli, Bolinas and Stinson Beach. Arcadia Publishing, 2005. ISBN 0-7385-2895-1
  2. ^ NCES Census information from the United States Census 2000

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 37°54′58″N 122°41′31″W / 37.916136°N 122.691901°W / 37.916136; -122.691901