Kings County Office of Education
Todd Barlow, County Superintendent of Schools
Kings County Office of Education28,000+ Students, 13 Districts, 1 Mission
The Kings County Office of Education shares a singular mission with our districts, schools, staff and community:
to support student learning.
We are committed to providing students and staff with excellence in education, ensuring that our districts have the support they need, and their staff can conduct the very important business of... changing children's’ lives.
In addition to providing academic and fiscal oversight on behalf of our districts, the county office of education serves as the lead agency for moderate to severe special education services, provides new teacher training, conducts administrator certification, offers foster youth services, homeless services, career technical education options, and technology services.
Master of Ceremonies, Todd Barlow, County Superintendent of Schools, acknowledged tonight's ceremony is for the sole purpose of honoring and recognizing educators in Kings County. Barlow stated educators share one common thread and that is to ensure student learning regardless of job titles. All nominees display excellence and a love for what they do. Congratulations to Administrator of the Year, Ben Luis, Liberty Middle School, Lemoore; Employee of the Year, Jose Antuna, Kings County Office of Education; and Teacher of the Year, Isaias Ramirez, Corcoran High School.
Kings County Quick Facts
152, 982 (2010 Census)
28,353 (cited: 2018 CBEDS)
9 Middle Schools
6 Traditional High Schools
12 Alternative High School Programs
(cited: Public Schools K12)
Promote prevention and safety at school and school related activities;
Promote collaboration and communication between educational and business industry, service agencies, and community;
Promote and deliver instructional programs that ensure positive individual pupil performance;
Provide technology, fiscal, and other operational support to schools in Kings County;
Promote and further a positive work environment through communication and mutual respect;
Promote and conduct ongoing professional development for all staff, based on identified needs.
California Census 2020
Q. Why do we take the census?
A. The U.S. Constitution mandates a headcount every 10 years of everyone residing in the 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the Island Areas of the United States. This includes people of all ages, races, ethnic groups, citizens, and noncitizens. The first census was conducted in 1790 and one has been conducted every 10 years since then.
The population totals from the census determinie the number of seats each state has in the House of Representatives. States also use the totals to redraw their legislative and school districts. The next census occurs in 2020.
Click here to read additional information. ...CA Census 2020