Novato Acupuncture & Herb Clinic 1531 S Novato Blvd, Novato, CA94947 Novato Acupuncture & Herb Clinic is owned and operated by Charles Peri, who has a Masters Degree of Science from the…More Academy of Chinese Culture and Health Sciences. It offers treatment packages to minimize costs per visit. It is located in the Nave Shopping Center near Pini Ace Hardware.
Located alongside the All Saints Lutheran Church, the All Saints Preschool and Children's Center provides a…More quality Christian education to its pre-schoolers. The center also provides child care to infants as young as 3 months, and to Kindergarten through 5th grade students after school.
The curriculum here includes weekly chapel, a monthly science program, Spanish class, and a daily basic Bible story, study, and song. For an extra fee, pre-schoolers can also enroll in gymnastics or soccer classes.
Classes are split up amongst age groups. Infant care is for 3-month-olds through 2-year-olds, pre-school education is for 2 through 5-year-olds, and 5 through 11-year-olds are separated for after school care.
For more information about the All Saints Preschool and Children's Center, please call or visit the All Saints Lutheran Church's Web Site.
Built in 1958, Our Lady of Loretto School was the first parochial school in northern Marin County and is run by…More Ursuline Sisters. Started for grades one through three, the school added a grade each year until 1965, then added a kindergarten in 1992. Today the school is overseen by Principal Annette Bonanno and it plays a large part in the lives of many Catholic residents of Novato.
The elementary and middle school lessons include accelerated math, Spanish, computers, music, physical education and science. The average class size is 25 students and the tuition is about $7,000 annually.
Among the enrichment activities offered include a student theater company, academic chess, glee club, weight training, gardening, choir, speech and debate, Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, altar-serving, student council and CYO sports teams.
Mindful of its mission to be "witness to the love of Christ for all," the school is committed to diversity and admits student of any race, color and national and/or ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded to or make available to students.
The UCCE office on Novato Boulevard is one of 64 regional offices around the state that oversees all things related…More to agriculture. David Lewis, who specializes in watershed management, is the director of the Marin office and oversees 16 others.
The office is home to the Marin County Fish and Wildlife Commission, the local 4-H youth group, Marin Master Gardeners and Grown In Marin, which oversees programs such as Marin Farmers Markets. Staffers in this office also focus on nutrition, agritourism, watershed management, consumer sciences, organic/sustainable agriculture, pest management and ag diseases such as Sudden Oak Death.
The Fish and Wildlife Commission advises the Marin County Board of Supervisors on expenditure of money obtained through fines levied for fish and wildlife violations.
More than half of Marin County is undeveloped land, and most of that portion is either owned by the national park system, state park system, county open space, environmental conservancies, private land trusts or ranchers and farmers.