By John Glidden
Do you hear that ringing?
The Vallejo City Unified School District was recently named a recipient of a “Golden Bell” Award for the Full Service Community School Program implemented throughout the various district schools.
The award is given by the California School Boards Association, which represents elected officials who oversee public K-12 school districts.
“Im very excited,” said district Superintendent Ramona Bishop by phone Thursday afternoon.
Bishop said that the program is about creating a partnership between the community, parents and students.
According to the district website, the goal of the full service community schools “is to improve student academic achievement and well-being through the offering of comprehensive high-quality services.”