The student enrollment in the Sonoma Valley Unified School District has remained fairly constant over the past five years, according to an Oct. 8 report.
In 2009, the district had 4,243 students while the enrollment this fall was 4,218 students – a drop of 25 students or about six-tenths of a percentage point.
Deputy Superintendent Justin Frese told the school board at the Oct. 8 meeting that the figures were for K-12 students, and that preschool numbers aren’t reflected in the totals.
Figures by school include Dunbar Elementary with 258 students, El Verano Elementary with 448, Flowery Elementary with 340, Prestwood Elementary with 437, Sassarini Elementary with 405, Adele Harrison Middle with 438, Altimira Middle with 506 and Sonoma Valley High with 1,339 students.
Over the past five years, Prestwood and Adele Harrison enrollment has dropped by 31 students each while Altimira has gained 37 students.