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KCA Hosts 15th Annual Lake County Renaissance Fair

The Konocti Christian Academy of Lake County is preparing to hold its 15th Annual Lake County Renaissance Faire fundraiser at the Lake County Fairgrounds on May 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The event travels back in time to the Renaissance era with costumes, drama, games, activities, food and song. Guests will enjoy Shakespeare plays performed by nearly 100 KCA students.

“Each year, our children and teachers put a lot of love and effort into planning the Renaissance Faire fundraiser. The event has become a source of great pride for our school, and we are delighted to share it again with our community. KCA Principal Meredith Wiser explained.

The Renaissance Faire fundraiser includes music, live and silent auctions, stalls, feasts fit for a king, activities for the whole family, live performances and more.

Ticket prices range from $10 to $45 and sponsorships are available. To purchase tickets, become a sponsor, or donate, visit Eventbrite, KCA’s Facebook page, or KCA by calling 707-262-1522.

The Konocti Christian Academy is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and donations are tax deductible.

About KCA

The Konocti Christian Academy offers academic excellence in a distinctively Christian environment. KCA can help your child reach their highest potential by providing experienced and supportive teachers, a caring student body, and a rigorous curriculum. Our goal is to guide students to grow academically, socially, and spiritually as Jesus did, “in the wisdom, stature, and favor of God and man.” (Luke 2:52)

KCA provides education for students in transitional kindergarten through ninth grade and also offers an after-school care program. Our qualified and experienced teachers and assistants currently serve the student body of nearly 100 students. Class sizes are small, allowing for individualized instruction and attention.

KCA is a non-profit corporation and a non-denominational private Christian school that is not affiliated with any church. Its board of directors, staff, and student body are community members from across Lake County as well as members of various local churches.

For more information on Konocti Christian Academy, visit www.kcaeagles.com

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CLEARLAKE

Konocti Unified celebrates flipping the switch on the new Solar System on Friday

At 2 p.m. Friday, the Konocti Unified School District (KUSD) invites the public to attend its Flip the Switch event, where school board members and Superintendent Becky Salato will activate the district’s new solar-powered electrical system. The event will take place at the District Office located at 9430B Lake St. in Lower Lake.

“At Konocti Unified, we are interested in building sustainable and resilient facilities,” Superintendent Salato said. “Using renewable solar energy reduces our expenses and allows us to devote resources to other student needs.”

Solar panels installed at four KUSD campuses provide electricity not only for these sites, but also for three other sites in the district. This is the first part of a two-part plan to install energy-efficient technologies as part of KUSD’s modernization plan. The district’s technical partner, Climatec, projects an 83% reduction in energy consumption and $20 million in general fund relief over the useful life of all equipment once the entire plan is complete. implemented.

The plan includes solar panels along with smart building automation technologies, LED lighting and modernized HVAC systems to reduce energy consumption and create optimal classrooms for the health and success of students and staff. . HVAC units incorporate state-of-the-art ventilation consisting of advanced MERV 13 filters and outdoor air economizers for better indoor air quality. Meanwhile, structural reinforcements, protective solar nets, and power resiliency through emergency power systems provide new independence from the PG&E power grid.

“Solar panels are a huge step forward for Konocti Unified, and this is just the beginning. We will continue to seek technologies and solutions that can improve our district,” Superintendent Salato said.
About Konocti Unified School District

Based in Lower Lake, California, Konocti Unified School District serves students in the cities of Clearlake, Clearlake Oaks, Lower Lake, Spring Valley, and Cobb Mountain. The district has ten public schools and three preschools. KUSD is dedicated to providing an engaging curriculum, high-quality staff, and learning experiences that prepare students for success in a diverse and ever-changing society. The neighborhood cultivates an environment free from emotional and physical violence while fostering innovation and individuality.

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