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  • Frontier High School french hornist Christian Hill was one of nearly 800 high school students from all over Kern County to perform at the 2015 "It's a Grand Night for Music" festival on Jan. 27.

  • The California Living Museum is currently seeking docents. A seven-week docent training class begins on Feb. 7 and runs every Saturday through March 21. Visit calmzoo.org for more information.

  • BHC AmeriCorps members participated in the MLK Day of Service on Jan. 19 by collecting board games, toys and toiletry baskets for families staying at the Bakersfield Ronald McDonald House.

  • KCSOS school support coordinator Teresa Lopez helps conduct a training for local districts on the development, implementation and monitoring of their Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAP).

  • From mid-January through the end of the academic year in May, thousands of students will test their knowledge and skills in a dozen of student events and competitions hosted by KCSOS. Click for a complete schedule.

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Mock Trial Results

Stockdale High School named mock trial champs; goes on to the state competition in March in Riverside, California

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We the People Results

Centennial crowned We the People regional champions for third straight year; will represent Kern at state meet

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Making a Difference

Kern County Superintendent of Schools office  honors five employees for 2014 You Make A Difference Awards       

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Wednesday January 28th

It was a "Grand Night for Music" last night at the Rabobank Theater when the best high school musicians and vocalists came together from all over Kern County for an annual concert. The orchestra, band and choir each performed separately before playing the final number as a group. Enjoy our photo gallery! ...

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