KSBA, KDE, other state agencies presenting free regional series of seminars on Kentucky’s new juvenile justice law

KSBA has teamed up with several state agencies to provide a series of free, half-day regional training opportunities on school district responsibilities for implementing Senate Bill 200, the state’s new comprehensive juvenile justice law.

The workshops run from 9 a.m. to noon at the offices of regional education cooperatives as follows:

June 1 – KVEC, Hazard

June 2, CKEC, Lexington

June 3, OVEC, Shelbyville

June 5, SE/SC, Corbin

June 22, WKEC, Eddyville

June 24, KEDC, Ashland

June 26, GRREC, Bowling Green

June 29, NKCES, Union

June 30, KEDC, Lexington

Training will be led by staff from KSBA, Kentucky Department of Education, Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice, Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services and the Administrative Office of the Courts. Sessions will cover key provisions of SB 200, new responsibilities and processes involving family accountability, school and court personnel, Medicaid funding, records sharing and FAIR intervention and response teams.

Due to space limitations, districts are asked to send no more than two staff members to a session. Online registration is required and is available on the KSBA website www.ksba.org in the Events section on the right side of the homepage.

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