FALL SING DVD IS AVAILABLE
The Fall Sing DVD’s are now available for pick-up in the school office. Please stop by and pick up your copy if you placed an order. Thank you!
- No School in observance of Veteran’s Day. Thank you to all of the men and women who serve our country!
SAVE THE DATE: WINTER SING
Performers: Carey, Campbell, Gonzales, Wootwig Recorder Group 1, Edwards Aslanian - Gonzales, Pierce
Performers: Ishikawa, Callahan, Thorpe, Wootwig Recorder Group 2, Edwards Hall-Tarleton, Pierce
Dress Rehearsal for 3rd grade violins:
Dress Rehearsal for 2nd grade Campbell violins:
Dress Rehearsal for 2nd grade Thorpe Violins:
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Conference week is . School dismissal will be at Please make sure to send your child with his/her lunch (or order hot lunch), as dismissal is after lunch time. Dolphin Center will be open and available each of these days.
STUDENT COUNCIL:ELECTION DAY
was Election Day for Cold Spring School. Students in 3rd-6th grade voted for Student Council officers after listening to candidates' speeches earlier in the week. We had a good selection of speeches this year full of exciting ideas and thoughtful suggestions for how to make Cold Spring School even more amazing. Each candidate did a fantastic job, and we are very proud of all of them.
Here are our Cold Spring School Student Council officers:
President: Sami Nestlerode
Vice President: Haven Lindsey
Secretary: Audrey Aurell
Treasurer: Jack Alzina
Historian: Lila McPhail
Congratulations to all of the students who are members of the Cold Spring Student Council. It’s going to be a great year with this great group of student leaders!
CSS DOLPHINS 14, FRANKLIN 16
We took a tough loss in our big playoff matchup.Franklin had improved a lot with two players being standout rushers and flag pullers.Franklin took the lead 8-0 on a big play end zone deep pass.CSS drove the field and then hit Michael Ferrarin on a slant pattern. The two-point conversion was debated between the refs and the Parks and Rec. director.We got the call, and so 8 – 8.Our defense held many times, even on 4th down.Eventually, Franklin scored again.Later on, Dana Whitney hit the edge on his often seen sideline run to score.Our two-point conversion attempt was a close play, but Dana’s short run was denied by the referee’s call.
In a way, we can now imagine how other teams felt during the season as we scored over 100 points, while allowing just 8.Franklin really played well.As pointed out by coach Bryan Goligoski, they never threw the ball into the heart of our defense, as they knew we could pick it off and race for a score.I am proud of the team, and their tough efforts throughout the season.We play one more game, vs. Cleveland, at Dwight Murphy.
Highlights by:Coach Orr
Everyone is invited to attend my next Principal’s Coffee on inn the auditorium.Matt Zuchowicz, SBCEO Director of Educational Technology Services, will be presenting on Cybersecurity and student data privacy laws.I will also be presenting information regarding the California Dashboard, the new accountability tool designed to help communities across the state access important information about K-12 districts and schools.
PARENT ENGAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP WORKSHOP
All parents are welcome to join myself and Jarrod Schwartz from Just Communities on in the Library. Jarrod and I will be supporting parents with learning how to better utilize their leadership skills to enhance the Cold Spring School community.
COLD SPRING BOARD OF TRUSTEES OFFICE HOURS
The Governing Board recognizes the value of promoting the accessibility of Board members to the public. The Board believes that implementing regular, open-door meetings with community members will contribute to a climate of trust as well as respectful, constructive communication. The Brown Act allows for no more than two Board members to be present together for such open-door meetings.Kim Ferrarin and Gregg Peterson, will be available on th from in room 11 to meet with any parents or community members. Board members are further restricted from communicating any information received during the community meeting to any other member of the Board outside of a properly called meeting of the Governing Board. Further, no Board actions will be taken nor decisions made during these meetings.
The Purpose of Board Office Hours
•To allow Governing Board members to engage with the community in a setting outside of a Board meeting.
•To facilitate the respectful, constructive communication of community input regarding the District’s educational policy responsibilities and decisions.
Save the Date:Our next School Board Meeting is in the auditorium.
PARENT EDUCATION OFFERINGS
We have three upcoming Parent Education offerings that are listed below.
, , Auditorium:Cyber Security and Student Data Privacy, The Santa Barbara County Office of Education
NEW DATE!!!!, , Auditorium:Parent Engagement and Leadership Workshop, presenter Just Communities and Dr. Alzina.
NEW! , , Auditorium: Storytelling, presenter Michael Katz
Calendar of Events:
November 13th – Superintendent/Principal Coffee,
– District Board Meeting,
November 13th – Parent Ed. Cyber Security & Student Data Privacy,
– Parent Engagement and Leadership Workshop,
November 10th – No School Veterans Day
November 13-17th – Parent-Teacher-Student Conferences, Dismissal
November 15th – Foundation Meeting,
November 15th – Chorus at Villa Santa Barbara,
November 16th – Turkey Trot Run, tentative
November 20-24th – Thanksgiving Break
November 29th – Zoo/Animal Encounter Fieldtrip 2nd grade,