• Channel 23 captures the magic that Science 4 Kern brings into classrooms throughout Kern County during a visit to Shirley Lane Elementary School.

  • Students hold an over-sized check presented to Camp KEEP by Sparkling Image Car Wash of Bakersfield. The car wash has generously donated more than $40,000 in the past five years to help send kids to camp.

  • KCSOS students with orthopedic impairments from Suburu Elementary were buddied-up with the Kern Valley Hot Shots, a crew of seasonal firemen, who came out for a morning filled with sports and camaraderie.

  • Paula Lebovics shares her gut-wrenching story of surviving deplorable conditions in concentration camps when she was a young girl. Her story was part of a Holocaust education training hosted by KCSOS.

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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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Monday October 20th

KCSOS wrapped up its participation in the Ice Bucket Challenge today to benefit the local chapter of the ALS Association, but not before Kern County Superintendent of Schools got her fair share of water over the head. Thanks for being a good sport Dr. Frazier! In all, KCSOS division raised more than $4,000 for the cause. ...

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