SCHOOL NEWS & SPECIAL EVENTS
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Kayne Eras School is very pleased to provide a "Distance Learning" program that offers students exemplary, innovative, rigorous and interactive learning through online coursework, distance education, and hybrid and blended initiatives.
Our distance learning model curriculum includes A-G classes and follows the guidelines for the California Common Core Standards. This provide a consistent, clear understanding of what students are expected to learn. Common Core Standards further insure our academic program to be robust and relevant to the real world, reflecting the knowledge and skills that our students need in order to be successful in college and in the workforce.
For more information about the distance learning program:
Faculty & Staff
Our ECF Kayne Eras School faculty and staff is composed of highly-qualified and experienced professionals who are committed to nurturing and inspiring every student. One of the unique intangibles about ECF Kayne Eras School is the strong sense of community. We pride ourselves on recruiting the best teachers who desire to help our students achieve their greatest potential.Meet our Faculty and Staff
ECF KES SCHOOL CALENDAR 2020-2021 REGULAR SCHOOL YEAR
Parent Teacher Organization (PTO)
The ECF Kayne Eras School Parent Teacher Organization gives parents and teachers the opportunity to work together to supplement and enrich the educational experience. The organization is comprised of parents, teachers and staff who are all dedicated to the achievement of curricular and fundraising goals.
*Kayne Eras School PTO President Mary Harris pictured to the left
Welcome from the PTO
On behalf of the Kayne Eras School Parent Teacher’s Organization, we are thrilled to welcome you to our wonderful community!Read More
From fundraising events that support classroom tools and supplies, to student dances, holiday celebrations and staff appreciation events, there are many opportunities to make a difference....Read More
The KES PTO is excited to resume meeting for the 2020-21 school year. Our first meeting is scheduled for August 26, 2020.Read More
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