Every 10 years, people across the country and in California fill out the Census in order to have an accurate count of all people in the United States. The Census determines California’s federal funding for important community services that help support our families and fair share of representation in California and Washington D.C.
The next Census is in Spring 2020. Let’s ensure all Californians are counted so we can put those resources to good use here at home!
Beginning with its September regular Board meeting, the Kern County Board of Education has returned to an in-person meeting format. Members of the public wishing to comment on matters within the Board's jurisdiction will need to attend the meeting in person to do so, at the time and place stated on the meeting agenda. The agenda can be accessed at www.kern.org
The Board in the future may need to return to a teleconferencing format as permitted by the Ralph M. Brown Act based on conditions relating to the ongoing pandemic or as otherwise permitted by law. The meeting agendas will clearly indicate whether this is the case.
Notice to employees, officers, consultants and residents proposed changes to conflict
The Kern County Superintendent of Schools plans to consider and possibly approve a resolution adopting changes to Appendix A (list of positions designated to file Statements of Economic Interest) to the Conflict of Interest Code for Kern County Superintendent of Schools and Kern County Board of Education pursuant to Government Code section 87306.5. Interested persons may obtain copies of the proposed changes and submit comments in writing by contacting Gaye Edwards at 1300 17th Street, Bakersfield, California, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, (telephone 661.636.4624) no later than October 7, 2022.