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Welcome to Nicasio School!

Reminders:

Aug 17: Completed Back-to-School Forms Due to Office

Aug 20: Fall Campus Cleanup - All Families Needed! 9:30a-Noon

Aug 23: FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL!  Kindergarten hours 8:40a-Noon / Grades 1-8 8:40a-2p (Wacky Wednesday Dismissal)

Aug 23: Back-to-School Coffee & Tea (Parents & Grandparents) 8:15a-9:15a (After student drop-off)

Sept 4: Labor Day Holiday - SCHOOL CLOSED

Sept 14: Back-to-School Night (Parents only)

 

Show "Cougar Spirit" on Wednesdays! (Dress in Red or Cougar Wear)

The 2017-18 School Year Starts AUGUST 23, 2017!
 
Back-to-School Packets have been mailed to all families. When you receive your packet, please complete all forms and return them to the office by THURSDAY, AUGUST 17. Thank you!
 
 

Welcome to Nicasio School/District

Nicasio School District Boundaries: Map | Descriptions

Nicasio School serves approximately 50-60 students in grades TK-8. Students learn in multi-grade classrooms with highly skilled teachers and support staff who prepare them for transition to high school and life outside of Nicasio. While many graduating 8th graders attend Sir Francis Drake High School in San Anselmo, many others attend private high schools in Marin County and San Francisco.

Nestled in the heart of Marin County, California, Nicasio School belongs to one of the few remaining single-school public school districts in Marin. The district itself was established in 1866 with the first Nicasio schoolhouse constructed in 1867.

Nicasio School has changed dramatically since the late 1800s. Thanks to voters supporting a 2.4 million dollar school bond in 1999, today's campus is comprised of modern, state-of-the-art facilities.

In addition to large classrooms, students at Nicasio School have access to the school's library, up-to-date technology, art room and multi-purpose room equipped with a full kitchen. Having the advantage of  a rural environment, students also enjoy working in their own organic garden with support from their teachers along with parent and community volunteers.

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