The February edition of the KSBA magazine, Kentucky School Advocate, is in our print shop at this date and should be arriving at board member and superintendent offices and/or homes before the first of the month.
This edition of the Kentucky School Advocate will have the following articles:
· Uncertainties about state funding lead some district leaders to put some spending on the back burner in draft budgets.
· Lincoln County officials share some valuable lessons learned as they continue to recover from a fire that destroyed office and classroom space.
· New state pilot on substance abuse screening is designed to identify at-risk students before it’s too late to help them.
· KSBA’s eMeeting Service has a feature to help boards and superintendents with the state’s new evaluation process.
· New KASS Executive Director Tom Shelton talks about the proposed school funding model designed from a Council for Better Education study.
· Negotiating a superintendent’s contract can be a tricky procedure after the decision to make the hiring selection.
· An in-depth look at the 2015 KSBA Annual Conference from keynote speakers to new and returning topics.
Plus the regular features People Are Talking, Take Note, Get Your Message Out and the first column by new KSBA President Allen Kennedy of Hancock County.
Look for the magazine in your mailboxes and online by Feb. 1.