• Two new female mountain lion cubs, Acacia and Laurel, were introduced on April 11 at CALM just in time for the zoo's annual Spring Fling, which will take place through April 19.

  • April is Child Abuse Awareness & Prevention Month and Kern Cares invites you to get involved! How will you make a difference in a child’s life?

  • ALL ABOARD for California Living Museum's annual spring fling — April 12-19 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. Children 12 and younger get in free and rides on the train are only $1.

  • Toot-toot! ... In celebration of "The Week of the Young Child," Community Connection for Child Care hosted a field trip to the Amtrak station on April 10.

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Congrats Abigail Rodela

Valley Oaks Charter School fourth grader named a state grade-level winner in national handwriting content        

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Energy efficiency

A crew of California Conservation Corps members helps KCSOS school sites become more energy efficient through Prop. 39

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Ogden Kiesel

KCSOS’s Ogden Kiesel named Teacher of the Year by statewide education group; will be honored annual conference in May

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Monday April 14th

Welcome CALM's newest arrivals, two new female mountain lion cubs named Acacia and Laurel, who made their public debut this past weekend at the zoo. Both cubs had numerous health issues when they arrived at CALM earlier this year, but have been rehabilitated back to good health. The cubs will now be slowly transitioned into the Cats of California exhibit. ...

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