To better support the shrinking student body of the Bolinas-Stinson Union School District, the board of trustees this spring created what it hopes will be a permanent configuration for the grades at the Bolinas campus. The restructuring—which includes combining every two grades into one classroom led by two primary teachers—came despite some concerns over its financial . . .

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