News & Announcements
Mrs. Romero, Richland School District Superintendent, was one of three recipients recognized by the Latina Leaders of Kern County for her leadership, mentorship, and inspiration. We are proud and honored to have Mrs. Romero leading and encouraging excellence as we provide the quality education that our students deserve!
Parents of early learners will find resources to connect reading and writing to science and math. The website contains 18 tip sheets with book recommendations and activities to help students develop STEM and literacy skills. Topics include animals, numbers, and space to make learning relevant and exciting based on different students’ interests.
The TIME for Kids digital library provides free access to age-appropriate journalism, helping students understand the news and the world around them, while building their critical reading skills to succeed as active global citizens. The kid's site offers four grade-specific editions, including K-1, 2, 3-4, and 5-6. TIME for Kids also offers a subscription for families, which includes a newsletter that guides adults though the current issue, with activities and tips to engage with young minds.
Camp Wonderopolis is a free online camp aimed at helping campers build vocabulary, science knowledge, critical thinking skills, and literacy skills with fun, interactive activities. Camp Wonderopolis offers five different adventures on topics such as music, engineering, health and fitness, tech, and more. Each adventure includes a week's worth of online and offline self-directed activities for campers to continue their learning throughout summer.
Are you interested in having your child learn two languages? Golden Oak Elementary offers a Dual Language Immersion Program. Sign ups are now available for children entering TK or Kindergarten in the 2022-2023 school year. Call 746-8670 for more information.