The Kern County Superintendent of Schools will host the largest gathering of school district recruiters in one location at a virtual Kern County Virtual Education Fair on Saturday, February 13 from 9 a....more»
As 2020 drew to a close, we all stared with a wary, but hopeful gaze toward the new year. What will 2021 bring us? Will the kids get to go back to school? Will people be able to play and watch live sports again? When can we go to a concert or church again? Will the vaccine that scientists rushed to create be our savior? Or, will the side effects from such a new medicine outweigh its possible benefits? With coronavirus numbers spiking in the winter again, is the mask-wearing, social distancing behavior we’ve grown accustomed to our forever normal? So many questions and still no clear answers, only hope for some sort of resolution....more»
Parents have many different reasons for sending their children to private schools. Switching from public schools to private schools can require a significant emotional and social adjustment on the part of students and their families....more»
Supporting students has taken on a new meaning throughout the pandemic. Although 2021 begins with optimism for a better year overall, the issue of academics being in-person, virtual or a combination of both looms large....more»
Bank of America recently named the Boys & Girls Clubs of Kern County as a Neighborhood Champion and will receive $50,000 in grant support for flexible funding and leadership skills development training to advance economic mobility in Kern County....more»
Hello Mama! Do you remember the educational show “Schoolhouse Rock” that aired on Saturday mornings on ABC? It was all about helping children learn in new ways, outside of the classroom, from programming on grammar, science, economics, history, mathematics and social studies.