Faced with declining student enrollment and perceptions of troubling academic underachievement, Bolinas-Stinson Union School District officials are discussing combining grades to free up time for a few teachers to act as roaming academic specialists described by the district’s principal, Jason Richardson, as “teachers on special assignment.” 

Enrollment this year of the district’s kindergarten . . .

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