Sinaloa School HistoryNonny David2017-03-31T12:34:36-07:00
Sinaloa, Then and Now
Sinaloa Middle is one of three middle schools in the Novato Unified School District. It opened its doors in 1968 as a junior high school (grades 7, 8, 9). Over 25 years ago, it transitioned to a 7th/8th grade middle school, adding 6th grade a few years later.
During the 2014-15 school year, 886 6th-8th grade students were enrolled at the school, with classes arranged on a traditional calendar. The student population is supported by 36 teachers, 2 administrators, 1 dean, and 25 support staff. We embrace the ever-growing diversity of our population, honoring the unique qualities of each student and building students’ understanding and acceptance of these differences between one another.