Kern County Superintendent of Schools | Office of Christine Lizardi Frazier…advocates for children
 
  • A student at Teresa Burke is in disbelief as Santa and Mrs. Claus present him with a gift thanks to Wasco State Prison. Corrections staff have donated gifts to KCSOS's special education students in Wasco for more than 10 years.

  • Students at KCSOS's Richardson Child Development Center entertained fiends and family during the annual holiday program on Dec. 17.

  • Richardson Child Development Center student Laila shows Santa how to sign "I Love You" during his visit to the center on Dec. 16.

  • Samantha and Mauro, 7th graders in KCSOS's special education classroom at Sunset Middle School, dance during the annual holiday program held on Dec. 15.

  • Hundreds of Kern County school children got a sneak peek at the Bakersfield Symphony's Nutcracker Ballet during field trips on December 11 and 12.

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Thursday December 18th

A big thanks to the staff at Wasco State Prison for spreading some holiday cheer at Teresa Burke Elementary in Wasco. Every December for more than 10 years, corrections staff have spent a morning in KCSOS’s special education classes. Today, each child got to meet Santa and Mrs. Claus and were sent home with very generous gift. Can’t get enough of these smiling faces! ...

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