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KHSD Phased Re-opening Plan

UPDATE 10/16/20- The Kern High School District Board of Trustees approved plans for the phased-in return of small cohorts of students to campuses for in-person instruction beginning the week of October 26.

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KHSD Phased Re-opening Plan

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UPDATE 10/16/20- The Kern High School District Board of Trustees approved plans for the phased-in return of small cohorts of students to campuses for in-person instruction beginning the week of October 26.

Hispanic Heritage Month 2020

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The Kern High School District is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 to October 15 by recognizing the rich history and contributions made by Hispanic and Latinx individuals. This year's theme is Hispanic Americans: A History of Serving our Nation.

Cooking Up Some Distance Learning

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ROC/CTEC isn't letting a few miles stand in the way of career training, and that point was punctuated when a student sent us a quick video on how she is putting her lessons to delicious ends.

CTEC Gets Finishing Touches Ahead of School Opening

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After almost 2 1/2 years, the Career Technical Education Center is nearing completion. It'll take some time for students to get the hands-on learning they're used to — the district will begin the school year in a virtual format on Aug. 24 — but once they return, students will have access to some of the latest technology, gadgets and other equipment used in their industries.

ROC Students Honored During Annual PEAAK Awards

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The Kern High School District’s (KHSD) annual event Promoting Excellence in Academics and Activities (PEAAK) Awards was held virtually this year. While the ceremony looked a little different, the students still received the incredible honor of being named the “Best of the Best” in the KHSD, in a number of categories.
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