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COVID-19 Updates & Information - Updated 5/18/20

The Kern High School District will discontinue its Wi-Fi bus routes effective Monday, April 27, 2020 due to extremely low usage by students.  If you are one of the students that did use the Wi-Fi bus route, please contact us at Schoolclosure@kernhigh.org or call 661-827-3149.  **Please note that Wi-Fi connectivity is still available from the parking lots of all KHSD school sites.  Wi-Fi access is also available at most elementary, middle school, & junior high campuses to make access available in local neighborhoods.

School site offices will also be closed through the remainder of the school year & will be very minimally staffed. Please call the school site number available on the KHSD website if you need to request assistance. This number is also posted on the front entry to the school site.

If you have questions concerning current school closures, please email them to SchoolClosure@kernhigh.org. We will continue to keep you updated as new information comes in.
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Student Material Return & Pick-Up Dates

Students needing to return books, Chromebooks, and other school / teacher materials have been assigned specific days and times based on their program. Students may also pick-up personal belongings, binders, and other work at this time.
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The Californian Spotlights New ROC Programs

With services soon opening to the general public, the Bakersfield Californian spotlighted the five new and/or remodeled training programs that opened to local high school juniors and seniors earlier this school year. Applications for next year's ROC programs close on March 6, 2020.
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ROC/CTEC Interns Hard at Work

Community Classroom internships have started and over 500 high school juniors and seniors are currently plying their trade with 200 local businesses. This is the magic that is ROC/CTEC. Let's peek in on one student making things happen after only one week on the job ...
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New Program Perfect Fit for Kern Job Market

While Amazon’s soon-to-open Bakersfield Distribution Center, along with its projected 1400 new jobs, grabs the headlines, the truth is that local career opportunities extend well beyond this online giant. Kern County has seen tremendous growth in entry-level and management positions within the industry, growth that seems destined to continue well into the foreseeable future.
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