BSUSD Board Members

Nate Siedman, President

Nicolette Niman, Clerk

Georgia Woods

Arianne Dar

Jacob Tonski

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2023-24 Regular meetings:

8/8/23, 9/12/23,10/10/23, 11/14/23, 12/12/23, 1/16/24, 2/13/24, 3/12/24, 4/2/2024, 5/14/24, 6/11/24, 6/18/24

BSUSD Vision, Mission, North Star, & Indigenous Acknowledgement

Our Vision

We educate students to be inspired critical thinkers, confident of their creativity and motivated to achieve academic excellence. Essential learning, grounded in sustainable community and environmental stewardship, prepares each student to successfully pursue the opportunities of life.

Our Mission

We are committed to engaging students with cooperative and creative problem solving providing them with the tools they need to become independent thinkers, and lifelong learners. We promote a culture of respect which values diversity and the whole child.

Our North Star

Our School’s North Star was a collaborative effort by all members of our school community to identify the key qualities below that we want to foster in our students to help them become their best selves for a better world.

  • Cultivate positive relationships ~ kind, empathetic, respectful, able to resolve conflicts

  • Independent Life Long Learner ~ curious, confident, growth mindset

  • Appreciate diversity ~ advocate for social justice, empowered to create change, able to see from multiple perspectives

  • Aware of Self ~ mentally & physically healthy, resilient, responsible, self-disciplined

  • Creative ~ able to explore solutions to problems, able to express self many ways

Indigenous People & Land Acknowledgement

The Bolinas-Stinson Beach Union School District acknowledges that our school campuses stand on traditional territories of the Coastal Miwok and Southern Pomo people, past and present. We honor with gratitude the land itself and the early stewards who lived here throughout the generations. This calls us to commit to continuing to better steward this place we inhabit, as we give thanks for the ability to learn and work on their traditional lands. We also must recognize and remember with deep sorrow, the genocide of these Indigenous People in California, and the system of inequities that persists today because of our past and present state of colonialism. We acknowledge the enduring presence of Aboriginal Peoples on this land.