Posts Tagged as "education"

Physic Olympics A Mental Competition

June 15, 2012 / By
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Golden Valley High School students try to beat out the competition./Photo by FABIAN GONZALEZ/South Kern Sol

By FABIAN GONZALEZ/South Kern Sol

 

BAKERSFIELD– Students from Arvin High School and Golden Valley High School were among the 17 high schools in the Kern High School District (KHSD) to participate in the 24th Annual Physics Olympics at Bakersfield College on April 27.

Arvin’s Horticulture Academy Host Event

May 18, 2012 / By
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Vice President of the Bank of the Sierra Anthony Mungary talks to a group of Arvin High students./ Photo by STEPHANIE ESPINOZA/South Kern Sol

By STEPHANIE ESPINOZA/South Kern Sol

Arvin High School Environmental Horticulture Academy hosted and all-day event to help student advance in their education and career goals.

Students Express Concern with Proposed Pell Grant Cuts

May 4, 2012 / By
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Capital Building./Photo by Paul Vladuchick via Flickr

By Tony Aguilar Coachella Unincorporated

 

Federal Financial Aid for many college students stands on the brink of annihilation if the newly proposed Republican budget passes in Congress.

Counselors at Arvin High Doing More With Less

May 2, 2012 / By
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Courtesy of New America Media

by STEPHANIE ESPINOZA for NAM / South Kern Sol

 

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Arvin Students Compete For Counselors Time

April 13, 2012 / By
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Courtesy of WikiCommons

By Stephanie Espinoza

Cynthia Gomez, 15, is a sophomore at Arvin High School in south Kern County.

Talking With Your Hands

February 17, 2012 / By
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Students in ASL class learn to talk without using their voices./ Photo by Jose 'Pablo' Antonio

 By JOSE ‘PABLO’ ANTONIO/South Kern Sol

BAKERSFIELD–The smell of hot savory pizza and the sound of laughter caused by the friendships forming filled Tony’s Pizza across the street from the Bakersfield College campus.

Quintanilla a champion for students

January 10, 2012 / By
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by STEPHANIE ESPINOZA and DIANA DELGADILLO/South Kern Sol

Jesse Quintanilla meets with a student./ by STEPHANIE ESPINOZA

BAKERSFIELD–His door is always open for anyone to stop by.

The American Dream Continues in California

January 10, 2012 / By
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Miguel Saavedra hopes for the passage of the DREAM Act./by VERONICA RAMIREZ

by MIROSLAVA DE LEON

 

SOUTH KERN–For Dream Act students, whose hope is to attain ‘The American Dream,’ the dream is slowly becoming a reality.

43 Years After Walkouts, Are Latino Students Better Off?

December 9, 2011 / By
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by STEPHANIE ESPINOZA

Sal Castro speaks on a megaphone during the 1968 school walkouts in East Los Angeles.