Kern County Superintendent of Schools | Office of Christine Lizardi Frazier…advocates for children
  • Ashley Glover, a graduate of the 2014 KCNC Leadership Development Program, poses with her oldest child who she called her biggest inspiration to develop as a leader. Click to read the full story.

  • Congratulations to Elia Sagasta for receiving Curriculum and Instruction Administrator of the Year and to Toni Smith for receiving HR Administrator of the Year from the Association of California School Administrators (ACSA).

  • The Kern County Board of Education presented KCSOS retirees with a resolution plaque and wished them a fond farewell during the Boardâs June 10 meeting.

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National History Day

Ten Kern County students won their categories at the National History Day contest, June 15-19 at University of Maryland

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BofA Speech Contest

Twenty-four fourth, fifth and sixth graders participated in the annual Bank of America Speech Competition on May 8

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Kern County Advancement Via Individual Determination program moves students in the middle to students at the top

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Monday July 28th

FACT: Missing school = missing out. Did you know that chronic absence â missing 10 percent of the school year, or just 2-3 days a month â can leave 3rd graders unable to read well, 6th graders failing classes and 9th graders thinking about dropping out? September is Attendance Awareness Month and KCSOS, in conjunction with local school districts and our law enforcement and court system partners, is gearing up for an awareness campaign about how important regular attendance is to our community as a whole. ...

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