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Update: 115 Kentucky districts report adoption of local board resolutions urging Frankfort leaders to restore school funding

The number of local school boards that have passed resolutions urging restoration of school funding to pre-recession levels has passed the century mark.

As of Friday, Nov. 22, 115 boards have reported their resolutions sent to local legislators, some also sending them to Gov. Steve Beshear and House and Senate leaders. Many more district leaders have been shared their intentions to take similar action at their November or December board meetings.

KSBA and the Kentucky Association of School Superintendents have encouraged all of the state’s 173 school districts to take similar actions.

Latest resolution reports (Updated with notifications received as of Nov. 22):

Adair

Allen

Ashland

Augusta

Ballard

Barbourville

Barren

Bath

Bellevue

Bracken

Breathitt

Breckinridge

Boone

Bourbon

Boyle

Bowling Green

Bullitt

Burgin

Caldwell

Campbell

Campbellsville

Carroll

Casey

Caverna

Christian

Cloverport

Corbin

Covington

Crittenden

Danville

East Bernstadt

Edmonson

Elizabethtown

Elliott

Eminence

Erlanger-Elsmere

Estill

Fayette

Floyd

Fort Thomas

Frankfort

Franklin

Gallatin

Garrard

Grayson

Green

Greenup

Hancock

Hardin

Harlan County

Harlan Independent

Hazard

Henry

Hopkins

Jackson County

Jackson Independent

Jefferson

Jenkins

Jessamine

Johnson

Kenton

Knott

Lawrence

Lee

Leslie

Lincoln

Livingston

Madison

Magoffin

Mason

Martin

Mayfield

McCracken

McCreary

Meade

Meniffee

Mercer

Middlesboro

Monroe

Montgomery

Morgan

Muhlenberg

Murray

Nelson

Newport

Nicholas

Oldham

Owensboro

Owsley

Paducah

Paris

Pendleton

Pineville

Raceland-Worthington

Robertson

Rowan

Russellville

Scott

Shelby

Silver Grove

Simpson

Somerset

Spencer

Taylor

Union

Walton-Verona

Warren

Washington

Webster

West Point

Whitley

Williamsburg

Willliamstown

Wolfe

Woodford

KSBA’s Governmental Relations team has shared with all superintendents and boards a model resolution for consideration and local tailoring. If you need another copy, please contact Shannon Stiglitz Shannon.stiglitz@ksba.org or Brad Hughes at brad.hughes@ksba.org.