Bolinas-Stinson Union School District will have two new combined grade classrooms in its elementary program, creating larger classes with more balanced gender ratios, principal Jason Richardson said. The move comes as the district faces decreasing enrollment: this year it will educate 85 students, compared to enrollment in the “low 90s” last year and over 100 students the year . . .

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