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2012 Kentucky Teacher of the Year Kimberly Shearer, honoring - SR 26; HR 141
4-H Youth Development, honoring - SR 222; HR 221
Abused or neglected child, custody of, notice to schools - HB 261
Advanced academic achievement diploma, creation of - HB 147
Alternative
education, assigned teachers - HB 168: HCS
education, assigned teachers and classified staff - HB 168: SFA (1)
Assessment procedure violations, clarification of - SB 64; SB 64: SCS
Automated external defibrillators, use of - HB 235
Body mass index, preventative health care examination forms, require on - SB 39
Bus, school, Department of Educational consideration of natural gas as fuel - HB 245
Career and technical education centers, transfer of - SB 38: HCS; SB 184: SCS, SFA (3)
Central Hardin High School, 2011 State Baseball Champions, commendation - SR 35; HR 46
Charter
school, requirements for - HB 77; HB 37: SCS, SFA (3)
schools, application and approval of - HB 77; HB 37: SCS, SFA (3)
schools, renewal or revocation of charter - HB 77; HB 37: SCS, SFA (3)
Childhood education excellence development fund, creation of - HB 140, 468
Classified staff, add advisory member to school-based decision making council. - HB 457
Classroom education technology and modular classrooms, allowance of upgrades - HB 255: HCS
Compulsory
attendance, exemptions - SB 109: HFA (3)
school age, increase to age eighteen - SB 52
school attendance age, optional raising of - SB 109
school attendance age, raising of - HB 216; SB 86: HCS; SB 109: HCS (1), HFA (1)
school attendance age, raising of, statewide implementation for - SB 109: HCS (2)
school attendance age, statewide implementation provisions - SB 109: HFA (2)
Computing devices, fifth and sixth grade students, study of - HCR 42; SB 95: HCS
Contraceptives, parental approval for dispensing - HB 434
Coordinated School Health Committee, establishment of - HB 494
Curriculum, cursive writing - HB 489
Department of Education, reorganization - HB 301
Digital citizenship, inclusion in discipline code and professional development - HB 91
Discipline
code, definitions - HB 490
guidelines, definitions included - HB 336
Districts of innovation, authorization of - HB 37; HB 37: HCS
Due process appeal procedures, termination of teachers - SB 132
duPont Manual Lady Crimsons, honoring - HR 233
Early
childhood assessment and intervention, district-wide implementation of - HB 69; HB 69: HCS
graduation program of study, creation of - SB 86
graduation program, program requirements for - SB 86: HCS
graduation program, reporting of participants - SB 86: HCS
Education
Professional Standard Board, confirmation, Allen E. Kennedy - SR 293
Professional Standard Board, confirmation, Bradley A. Bielski - SR 308
Professional Standard Board, confirmation, Ellen E. Blevins - SR 283
Professional Standards Board, confirmation of Marie Renee McMillen, - SR 298
Professional Standards Board, confirmation, Barbara Ann Boyd - SR 301
Professional Standards Board, confirmation, Brandy L. Beardsley - SR 294
Professional Standards Board, confirmation, Laranna L. May - SR 331
Professional Standards Board, confirmation, Marie Renee McMillen - SR 329
Professional Standards Board, confirmation, Ronald Anthony Strong - SR 296
Professional Standards Board, confirmation, Thomas J. Stull - SR 282
Emergency anaphylaxis medications, requirement for - HB 564; HB 564: HFA (1)
Employees, professional development - HB 490
Evaluation, certified personnel - HB 40; HB 40: HCS
Exceptional children, home instruction visits, increase minimum requirement for - HB 459
Foster children, tuition waived - HB 99
Funding adjustments, local districts - SB 81
Governor's Scholars Program, Education and Workforce Development Cabinet, transfer to - HB 278
Green
cleaning products in schools, promotion of - HB 146; HB 146: HFA (1),(2)
Schools Authority, established - HB 255
Schools Authority, insurance required for financing from - HB 255: HFA (3),(4)
Hazard High School, 2011 Class A Football Champions, honoring - SR 245
High school technology diploma, requirements for - HB 36
Interscholastic athletics, middle school, study of - HCR 155: SCA (1), SFA (1)
Jackson,
Brent, Knox County, signs in honor of - HJR 32
Jenni Lou, Knox County, signs in honor of - HJR 30
Juvenile status offense actions, requirements for - HB 61, 476
KEES
scholarships base amount, raise minimum GPA to 3.0 - HB 67
scholarships supplemental amount, raise minimum ACT test score to 18 - HB 67
Kentucky
Association for Career and Technical Education, recognition of - SR 126; HR 110
Center Governor's School for the Arts, 25th anniversary, recognizing - SR 252; HR 234
Educational Television, requirement to offer - SB 195
Teachers' Retirement System, housekeeping bill - SB 88: HCS
Local
board of education, requirement of meeting rules for - SB 84
school boards, contracts, local bidders preference, notification, registration system - SB 155
Locally operated secondary vocational center, transfer to state - SB 38: HCS
Louisville Central HS, 2011 Class 3A State Football Champs, recognizing - SR 150; HR 150
Mandates on public schools, financial support for - SB 80
Middle school interscholastic athletics, study of - HCR 155
Music In Our Schools Month, proclaiming - SR 170
Office of Career and Technical Education, Kentucky Tech Instructors, layoff of - SB 184: SFA (5)
Outdoor play at schools, childhood development, expanded opportunities for - HCR 29
Out-of-district
enrollment of preschool children, parental option for - SB 143: SFA (1)
enrollment, parental option for - SB 143
pupils, interscholactic athletics, participation in - SB 143: SCS
pupils, tuition fees, prohibition of - SB 143: SCS
Persistently
low-achieving schools definition, clarification of - HB 395: HCS
low-achieving schools, capping number of - HB 395: HCS
low-achieving schools, intervention options, clarification of - HB 395
Physical
activity in curriculum, agencies to recommend - HJR 183
activity of children, assessment of and data use - HB 68
activity of children, increasing - HB 565
Position vacancies, notification of, time requirement - SB 136
Pre-kindergarten education, Early Childhood Advisory Council, study by - HJR 189
Preschool, children with disabilities, funding - HB 329
Programs, career and technical education - SB 38; HB 28, 75
Read Across America Day, March 2, 2012, declaring - SR 205; HR 192
Refugees and legal aliens over 21, SEEK funding, eligibility of - HB 183
Reports required, commercial advertising on school buses - HB 30; HB 30: HFA (1)
School
and district audit procedures, changes to - HB 395
and district leadership audits, limiting frequency of - HB 395: HCS
attendance - SB 9, 113
attendance areas - SB 9: SCS, SFA (1),(2),(3)
buildings, inspection of - HB 357
buildings, naming of - HB 31
buses, commercial advertising on - HB 30; HB 30: HFA (1)
calendar, adjustments to - SB 21
calendar, disaster days - HB 165: HCS (2); HB 255: SCS
calendar, inclusion of election days in - SB 21
council, increase parent membership - HB 89: HFA (1)
districts, student transportation costs to be placed on school Web site - HB 245: HFA (1)
employee, hiring of superintendent's spouse - HB 366; HB 366: SFA (2)
employee, superintendent's spouse, hiring of - HB 366: SCS
entrance age, appeal - SB 24: SFA (1),(2)
entrance age, raise - SB 24: SCS, HCS
entrance age, raising of, implementation date for - SB 24: SFA (2)
health environment, assessment of - HB 494
physical activity program, implementation of - HB 494
property, board policies for recreational use of - SB 110: SCS
property, fees for recreational use of - SB 110: SCS
property, immunity for recreational use of - SB 110; SB 110: SFA (1),(2)
property, immunity from liability for use of - HB 243
superintendent, employing spouse of - HB 366; HB 366: SFA (2)
superintendent, spouse of, employment of - HB 366: SCS
tuition organization, tax credit for contribution to - HB 260: HFA (1)
vehicles, mandatory inspection of - HB 38
School, entrance age for - SB 24
School-based
decision making councils, parent member, residency requirements for - HB 89
decision making councils, teacher member, requirements for - HB 89
Sex
education, instructional content - SB 68; HB 374
education, student participation in, parental approval requirement - HB 434
Smoking in school buildings, prohibition - HB 289
South Heights Elementary School, honoring - SR 71
Sports safety course, inclusion of concussion and head injury training - HB 281; HB 281: SCS
Staff assignment to an alternative program, prohibition as disciplinary action - HB 168
State
operated secondary vocational education and technology center, transfer of - SB 184: SFA (3)
service, sufficiency of high school diploma for employment - HB 366: SFA (2)
service, sufficiency of high school diploma for promotion whether or not school is accredited - HB 102
State-operated
secondary vocation center, transfer to local district - SB 38: HCS
secondary vocational program, transfer to local district - SB 184
Statewide evaluation program, waiver from - HB 40; HB 40: HCS
Students
with disabilities, alternative high school diploma for - SB 43; HB 410
with Special Needs Scholarship Program, establishment of - HB 320
Summer learning camps, establishment and purposes of - SB 95
Superintendents, training and assessment of - HB 342; SB 84: HCS, HFA (1); HB 342: HCS
Teacher
and administrator evaluations, statewide plan for, development of - SJR 88; SJR 88: SCS
formative evaluations, student questionnaires, inclusion of - SB 209
Teachers of advanced science and mathematics, monetary awards for - SB 11
Teachers,
hiring of, preference given to regular certification - HB 59
new continuing contract status process, establishment of - SB 122
Training requirements for coaches - HB 281; HB 281: SCS
Truancy and irregular attendance, investigation - SB 207
Unified Juvenile Code, review of, task force - HCR 129; HCR 129: SFA (1),(2), HCS
Verification of immigration status, public contracts and public agencies - HB 5
Work schedule, teachers - HB 473

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