Kings County Office of Education

Todd Barlow, County Superintendent of Schools


  • Kings County Department of Public Health and
    Kings County Office of Education

     

    These two public agencies have partnered together to bring the residents of Kings County
    the most up-to-date health information available to aid in the overall health of our community.

    Kings County Health Department


  • Teacher Grants

     Retired teachers still remember those years of teaching
    when money was scarce 
    and there were many things we would like to have purchased for improving
    classroom learning experiences.

     The California Retired Teachers Association
    Kings County Division, is offering a
    limited number 
    of Teacher Mini-Grants
    (not to exceed $200 per application) for 
    materials
    to enhance learning in the classroom.

    Application deadline is February 7, 2021.
    Click Teacher Mini-Grants to apply. 




  • Appointment Required All Kings County Office of Education facilities remain closed to the public.

    Appointments are required to conduct essential business such as LiveScan fingerprinting, Proficiency testing, Teacher credentialing matters, and any other business related matters that require in-person interaction.
     
    Please call the department directly or call the main office at 559-584-1441 to schedule an appointment or for additional information.
     
    We thank you for your continued support of our efforts to comply with state mandates and to help prevent the spread of illness. As a reminder, per CDPH guidelines masks are required.

County Office Facilities

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