• KCSOS names five employees for this year's You Make a Difference Awards. Click the photo for the complete story.

  • Ewww, what's on the bottom of your pumpkin? Thanks to the Richardson Child Development Center Parent Advisory Committee for hosting a Halloween pumpkin patch at the center.

  • Congratulations to Toni Smith who has been promoted from KCSOS' Chief Human Resources Officer to Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources.

  • Frontier High Junior Kaylee Westberg leads a discussion with fellow student leaders in the first of many planning meetings for the annual Leaders in Life Youth Conference, which will take place this spring.

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Donors Choose

Camp KEEP’s Cathy Chambers utilizing Donors Choose to help fund science education equipment, projects

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Keeping Bakersfield Beautiful

Employees, family take to the streets to pick up trash as part of KCSOS’s commitment to the Adopt-A-Highway program

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Attendance Awareness Month

September marks inaugural Attendance Awareness Month in Kern County; Community partners rally around the cause  

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Wednesday October 29th

The students at the Richardson Child Development Center have been learning all about community helpers — public safety workers, teachers, farmers, postal workers, medical personnel and others. Today, many real life community helpers visited with students at the center. Thanks to BPD, the Kern County Sheriff's Office, city and county fire, the US Postal Service, Hall Ambulance, the Bureau of Land Management and others for coming out for a meaningful day of real-world learning. ...

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