In this issue
Richardsville Elementary School in Warren County, with its solar panel array in the foreground, was the first net-zero public school in the country when it opened its doors in October 2010. Five years later, the school is generating more electricity than it uses, and that is due largely to its design, as well as the students and staff who operate the building at peak performance.
About the magazine
The Kentucky School Advocate is published 10 times a year by the Kentucky School Boards Association. Copies are mailed to KSBA members as part of their association membership. One additional issue each year is published exclusively on KSBA’s website.
Member Support/Communications Services Director