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    Kern County Superintendent of Schools Christine Frazier visits with students in Ready to Start, a school readiness program that serves approximately 700 pre-kindergarteners in five Kern County school districts.

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    KCSOS's Greg Rhoten has been elected chairman of SELPA Administrators of California, a statewide association of professional educators organized to present, review, and evaluate major special education issues.

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    Recent high school graduates Brandon Radford, Elizabeth Alcala and Samuel Padilla were the recipients of the first-ever KCSOS Alternative Education Memorial Awards.

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Gold Ribbon Awards

Six Kern County schools honored with the 2015 California Gold Ribbon Award for their exemplary model programs    

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State test results

The results from new computer-based California assessments will be reported to parents and students later this summer

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Mental Health First Aid

KCSOS joins national initiative to increase mental health literacy through new Youth Mental Health First Aid program

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Tuesday June 23rd

Kern County Superintendent of Schools Christine Frazier enjoyed a morning visiting with pre-schoolers in the Ready to Start program at Berkshire Elementary. Ready to Start is a five-week school readiness program that serves approximately 700 pre-kindergarteners who have little or no preschool experience in five Kern County school districts. ...

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