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  • Students from Ming Ave. Child Development Center sing a song as part of the Purple Ribbon Month kickoff. Activities are planned throughout August to increase awareness about the dangers of leaving children inside hot vehicles.

  • The Kern County Board of Supervisors has proclaimed September as "School Attendance Awareness Month." KCSOS is gearing up for an awareness campaign about how important school attendance is to our community.

  • 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.

  • The Kern County Board of Education presented KCSOS retirees with a resolution plaque and wished them a fond farewell during the Board’s 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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AVID

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

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Friday August 1st

“Never leave your child alone in the car…not even for a minute” was the message at today’s Purple Ribbon Month kickoff and news conference, which took place at KCSOS’s Ming Ave. Child Development Center. Activities are planned throughout August to increase awareness about the dangers of leaving children inside hot vehicles. ...

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