Yuri Calderon Attorney shared this press release.
Santa Barbara, Calif. – This year provided Cold Spring School District with an opportunity to enhance communication opportunities with families of the school district. The partnership between Cold Spring and the community was essential to optimizing student success during the pandemic.
For the last year, Cold Spring School District continued to host Superintendent/Principal’s Coffee weekly with Superintendent Amy Alzina, as well as various Community Meetings, located at the school’s Gazebo. The meetings encourage open communication between the school district, parents, and community members.
“Superintendent/Principal’s Coffee was a great way for our community members to contribute to the collaborative efforts required to make the past year effective for students’ learning,” says Amy Alzina, Superintendent, Cold Spring School District. “I thank our parents and community members for being responsive and willing to communicate with us as we worked through the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our meetings at the Gazebo helped our district construct efficient plans for the school year and beyond.
With the increasing enrollment rate and continuous opportunities for in-person learning, Cold Spring School District has benefitted from providing new and ongoing resources for communicating with the district.
“Cold Spring School District is committed to maintaining strong relationships with parents and community members,” says Yuri Calderon, Chief Budget Officer, Cold Spring School District. “The COVID-19 pandemic prioritized communication between parents, community members, and our district regarding our students’ education experience and safety. Naturally, we welcome every opportunity to have important conversations with our Cold Spring community.”
Learn more about engagement opportunities at Cold Spring School District by visiting https://coldspringschool.net/.
About Cold Spring School District: Cold Spring School is a TK-6 public school that serves approximately 180 students in a small classroom setting. Cold Spring was designated a California Distinguished School in 1986, recognized as a Blue Ribbon School in 1992, recognized as a Gold Ribbon School 2016, and received an Exemplary Arts in Education Award in 2020. The students of Cold Spring have consistently performed in the top 5 to 10% of all elementary schools in the state of California. We believe the high achievement level of our students to be linked with several factors including a professional teaching staff, nurturing home environments, and excellent student motivation and effort.