Yuri Calderon Attorney shared this press release.
Santa Barbara, Calif. – Cold Spring School District is moving forward with updating its facilities to accommodate increased enrollment and support technologies in the classroom and throughout campus. The updates the district is making are essential to the future learning experience of students and will promote an even more efficient learning environment for creativity and innovative thinking.
“Increased enrollment at Cold Spring School District has given us an opportunity to redesign the learning spaces our students and staff occupy every day,” says Amy Alzina, Superintendent, Cold Spring School District. “Classroom design and campus facilities enhance the learning experience and foster the development of well-rounded students.”
Throughout its 94 years of being an educational institution, Cold Spring has expanded its facilities. Most recently, since 2020, the district has invested $350,000 on much-needed improvements. Updates were made to furnaces, skylights, classrooms lighting, door hardware, projectors, furniture, and roofs.
In May 2021, Cold Spring School District held its first Facilities Task Force Meeting to discuss how to meet the needs of the district’s growing enrollment. “We are excited about this next phase of work as we look forward to welcoming the next academic year and supporting future generations of students at Cold Spring School District,” says Yuri Calderon, Chief Budget Officer.
Future construction concepts include building two classrooms and the addition of two relocatable buildings.
To learn more, visit 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.
For more information: https://coldspringschool.net/