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KHSD Board approves Plan 3 to move forward in Redistricting process

May 25, 2018 / By and
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Dean Welliver, News Report

On Monday evening the Kern High School District Board of Trustees unanimously voted to present the Plan 3 trustee area redistricting map to the Kern County Committee on School District Organization this Thursday May 24.

County allocates $2M for parks, prioritizing ‘building healthy, safe, forward-thinking’ communities through general plan

April 5, 2018 / By and
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BY: Juan Zuniga

Promising to work toward building healthier, safer communities, Kern County has allocated $2 million for the development and enhancement of parks across Kern County, County Administrative Officer Ryan Alsop announced during a Building Healthy Communities special meeting.

Dolores Huerta and her children speak about the family legacy

March 19, 2018 / By
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By: Veronica Morley

A packed Levan Center at Bakersfield College celebrated Dolores Huerta and her children as they spoke about her life as an activist and their family legacy.

Summit gave LGBTQ youth a space to be themselves

March 16, 2018 / By and
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Dean Welliver, News

Zoey Luna began discovering herself in middle school.

The transgender Latina was assigned male at birth, but realized during her adolescence that wasn’t her identity.

In “Sermon to White America,” sociologist preaches on race, police brutality and equality

February 13, 2018 / By and
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By Veronica Morley

Sociologist Michael Eric Dyson used a mixture of humor, rhetoric and historical imagery to deliver what he described as his “Sermon to White America” Thursday at Bakersfield College, preaching about police brutality, equality and race issues in America.

Despite community outcry, KHSD has no immediate plans to build high school in Lamont

February 9, 2018 / By and
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By Veronica Morley

Lamont residents packed the Kern High School District board chambers Monday in a standing-room only meeting as they pled for trustees to approve the construction of a high school in their town.