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    Arlene Munoz overcame school attendance problems and went on to earn a 3.67 GPA at McFarland High School to the delight of her mother Graciela. Click the photo to read more about Arlene.

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    "Do the Math" — Kern County's television math instruction and free call-in tutor program — returns for its 14th season on Sept. 15. New technology will allow the show to do live remotes in classrooms across the county.

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    KCSOS will host its 16th annual Kern County College Night on Monday, Sept. 14 from 5 to 8 p.m. at the Rabobank Convention Center. More than 100 colleges and universities will be in attendance.

  • The first month of the 2015-16 school year is being recognized as School Attendance Awareness Month in Kern County. Check out this PSA that has started running on local TV and on the big screen at the Maya Cinemas.

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College Night 2015

Kern County Superintendent of Schools to Host 16th Annual Kern County College Night on Sept. 14 at Convention Center

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Assessment Results

New and old tests are too different; upcoming Student Score Reports mustn’t be compared to previous results      

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Attendance Awareness Month

Recent McFarland High School graduate Arlene Munoz shares her story to help kick off Attendance Awareness Month

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Tuesday September 1st

Thank you to the Kern County Board of Supervisors for proclaiming September as "School Attendance Awareness Month in Kern County" at its meeting today. Pictured left to right are: Daryl Theisen, Prevention Programs coordinator, KCSOS; Judge William Palmer; Dr. Bryon Schaefer, Superintendent, KHSD; and Bryan Campoy, Educational Options Administrator, KHSD. For more info about school attendance awareness month, visit www.kernstayinschool.org. ...

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