• September marks the inaugural School Attendance Awareness Month in Kern County. Good attendance in the early grades will help children do well in high school, college and at work. Click the slide for the complete story.

  • Long a proponent of clean fuels with one of the state's largest CNG school bus fleets, KCSOS has added two new Ford C-MAX hybrids to its pool vehicle fleet thanks to a grant from the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District.

  • Valley Oaks Charter School administrators get doused with ice water to bring awareness and raise funds for the local chapter of the ALS Association. VOCS is among many KCSOS departments to take the Ice Bucket Challenge.

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Transportation Awards

KCSOS’s Transportation Services held its annual Safe Driving Awards Assembly on Aug. 11 in conjunction with the CHP

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Community Reading Project

KCSOS has announced that volunteers are now being sought for the annual Kern County Community Reading Project

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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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Tuesday September 2nd

The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge continues at KCSOS. Today, Early Childhood Education accepted the challenge from Alternative Education, and then challenged Maintenance and Operations. Check out the video! To date, KCSOS departments have raised nearly $3,000 for the local chapter of the ALS Association. Way to go! ...

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