The new life sciences teacher at Tomales High is planning to use a $20,000 state grant to fund camping trips, science projects and labs that she hopes will inspire her students, who haven’t had many such opportunities after two years of Covid. Last month, the California Coastal Commission announced that the Shoreline Unified School District was among fewer . . .

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