Parents of troubled teens get help from Kern County Superintendent of Schools

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Parents of troubled teens are getting some help from the Kern County Superintendent of Schools.

They will host a meeting Wednesday to share information about free programs designed to help struggling youth and keep them in school.

The goal is to lower the number of dropouts and change the lives of troubled youth.

Many parents say they have had a hard time finding resources.

The meeting will have a wide variety resources for parents of kids 11 all the way to 25 years old.

Free pizza and parking will be available as will Spanish translation.

The meeting will be Wednesday March 19th from 5:30p.m. to 8:00p.m. at the Larry E. Reider Education Center, 2000 K street, (20th and K) room 101.

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