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There are great things happening at Corcoran Unified School District, and we want to share them with you! Here we will keep you informed of important district announcements as well as success stories about our district, our schools, our teachers, and our students. We want you to feel connected, so please check our News page often and stay in-the-know.

KCOE Fanfare Visit

Every year, the district is invited to nominate employees for Administrator/Manager of the Year, School Employee of the Year, and Teacher of the Year. Excellence in Education is Kings County’s annual educational employees recognition event. This is a wonderful opportunity to recognize employees for the outstanding work they do.

On December 14, 2017, County Superintendent, Tim Bowers came to Corcoran to honor our nominees: Marty Raeber, Manager of the Year, Crystal Aguilar, School Employee of the Year, and Brent Cooper, Teacher of the Year. It is a privilege to recognize these talented individuals who exemplify the highest standards in their profession.


Congratulations to the Corcoran Air Force JROTC Academic Team! They competed against 327 teams worldwide in the Air Force JROTC Academic Bowl – Level I. They have qualified to advance to the next level of competition.

Level II will be held in February 2018 and will determine the sixteen teams that will travel to Washington, DC to participate in the Championship in June. This is the team's only second year participating. Congratulations on a job well-done, hard work studying, and good luck on the next round!

Congressman Valadao Visits JMMS

Congressman Valadao Visit PhotosOn November 21, 2017, Congressman Valadao graciously took the time out of his busy schedule to visit John Muir Middle School. He was presented with the Mission Patch winners and the three group finalists for the Student Spaceflight Experiment Program (SSEP) Mission 12. The school has had a successful SSEP experiment design and proposal-writing phase.

Congressman David Valadao was born and raised in Hanford in the center of the agriculturally rich Twenty-First Congressional District. As a lifelong resident of the Central Valley, he has been active in agriculture and dairy industry groups as well as many local causes including Children’s Hospital Central California, 4-H, Future Farmers of America, and various Catholic charities.

We thank Congressman Valadao for his time! Please enjoy these photos from his visit.