.010 Uniform school system to be maintained -- Variations.
.020 Repealed, 1966.
.021 Repealed, 1966.
.025 Repealed, 1966.
.030 "Common school" defined -- Attendance at public school and primary school program -- Advancement without regard to age -- Local boards to adopt policy establishing petition and evaluation process for students who do not meet age requirements.
.031 Primary school program -- Authority for administrative regulations -- Attributes -- Part time attendance -- Grouping -- Advancement -- Reporting requirements.
.032 Flagging record of missing child -- Procedure upon recovery -- Documents required upon enrollment or transfer.
.035 Certificate of immunization.
.036 Repealed, 1988.
.037 Report of immunization results.
.040 Repealed, 1946.
.050 School year.
.060 School month and school day -- Duty-free lunch period -- Nonteaching time for teachers.
.065 Repealed, 1974.
.070 School district calendar committee -- School calendar adoption procedures -- Variable student instructional year -- Professional development -- Holidays and days closed -- Waivers -- Scheduling of athletic competitions -- Continuing education for students -- Student attendance days and their equivalents in instructional year -- Breakfast program -- Calculation of service credit and equivalent time for days missed by employees due to emergencies.
.075 Veterans Day observance in public schools.
.080 Private and parochial schools -- Courses -- Term.
.090 Repealed, 1990.
.100 Program required to be provided by school district -- Additional programs permitted -- Refugee or legal alien students.
.102 Requirement for library media center -- Employment of librarian.
.105 War veterans may complete high school course without tuition.
.107 Repealed, 1982.
.108 Effect of failure to pay for or rent school supplies.
.110 Transportation of pupils.
.115 Supplementation of school bus transportation system by county out of general funds -- Annual report to Interim Joint Committee on Appropriations and Revenue.
.120 Nonresident pupils -- Tuition.
.130 Repealed, 1990.
.135 Reimbursement for school services for state agency children in state institution or day treatment center or in custody of Department of Juvenile Justice.
.137 Educational passports for state agency children.
.140 Admission to high school -- Promotion -- Classification -- High school diploma -- Alternative high school diploma -- Academy diploma -- Posthumous diploma -- Diploma for certain honorably discharged veterans -- Vocational certificate of completion.
.141 Passing grade on civics test required for high school graduation.
.142 Early high school graduation program -- Requirements -- Early Graduation Scholarship Certificate -- Award from early graduation scholarship trust fund.
.143 Eligibility of state agency child to seek high school equivalency diploma.
.144 Adult caregiver with whom minor student resides may, by affidavit, establish authority to make school-related decisions for minor student -- Conditions -- Caretaker's decision may be superseded -- Obligations and liability of person relying on affidavit of authority -- Revocation of affidavit -- Statute subordinate to federal law -- Penalty.
.145 Legislative findings and declarations on school dropout rate.
.146 Establishment of strategy to address school dropout problem -- Department to provide technical assistance, award grants, and disseminate information to school districts and school level personnel.
.148 Definition of "bullying" -- discipline guidelines and model policy -- Local code of acceptable behavior and discipline -- Required contents of code.
.150 Suspension or expulsion of pupils.
.153 Punishment based on child's records -- Disclosure of records -- Cause of action -- Districtwide standards of behavior for students participating in extracurricular activities.
.154 Principal's duty to report certain acts to local law enforcement agency.
.155 Reporting of specified incidents of student conduct -- Notation on school records -- Report to law enforcement of certain student conduct -- Immunity.
.156 Reporting of commission of felony KRS Chapter 508 offense against a student -- Investigation -- Immunity from liability for reporting -- Privileges no bar to reporting.
.160 Notification to school by parent or guardian of child's medical condition threatening school safety -- Exclusion of child with communicable disease from school -- Closing of school during epidemic.
.162 Mandatory adoption of emergency management response plan in each public school.
.163 Earthquake and tornado emergency procedure system.
.164 Building lockdown procedures -- Practice.
.165 Possession and use of personal telecommunications device by public school student.
.170 Bible to be read.
.175 Recitation of Lord's prayer and pledge of allegiance -- Instruction in proper respect for and display of the flag -- Observation of moment of silence or reflection.
.177 Teaching of evolution -- Right to include Bible theory of creation.
.178 Ten Commandments to be displayed.
.180 Repealed, 1978.
.181 Legislative findings.
.182 Definitions for KRS 158.181 to 158.187.
.183 Prohibited acts by students -- Rights of student -- Duties of local board of education -- Administrative remedies.
.184 Construction favoring establishment clause, religious liberty, and free speech.
.185 Construction prohibiting school employee from leading, directing, or encouraging religious or anti-religious activity in violation of establishment clause.
.186 Copies of law to local school board, school-based decision making council, and certified employees.
.187 Short title for KRS 158.181 to 158.187.
.188 Teaching activities permitted in the secular study of religion with the use of the Bible or other scripture.
.190 Sectarian, infidel, or immoral books prohibited.
.194 Bill of Rights to be displayed.
.195 Reading and posting in public schools of texts and documents on American history and heritage.
.197 Elective course on religious scripture -- Purpose -- Restrictions -- School council or governing body authorized to display historic religious and nonreligious artifacts, monuments, symbols, and texts in conjunction with course of study.
.200 Moral instruction.
.210 Survey of desire for moral instruction may be made.
.220 Time allowed for moral instruction in suitable place.
.230 Arrangements with persons in charge.
.240 Credit for moral instruction.
.250 Activities for nonparticipants in moral instruction classes.
.260 Cost of moral instruction.
.270 Repealed, 1974.
.280 Repealed, 1984.
.281 Definitions for KRS 156.476, 158.281, 158.282, and 161.051.
.282 Instruction of all blind students in the use of braille -- Assessment for blind students in program -- Exceptions.
.285 Repealed, 1990.
.286 Repealed, 1990.
.290 School fundraising activities.
.292 Excused absences for students who serve as election officers.
.293 Excused absences for secondary school students who participate in Military Burial Honor Guard Program -- Inclusion in instructional program.
.294 Excused absences for students who participate in Veterans' Service Organization Burial Honor Guard -- Inclusion in instructional program.
.295 Repealed, 1990.
.297 Meningococcal meningitis disease and vaccine information.
.300 Repealed, 1982.
.301 Legislative findings on skin cancer risks -- Schools encouraged to educate students on risks of exposure to ultraviolet rays.
.302 Cardiopulmonary resuscitation training required for high school students.
.303 Educational segment on prevention of pediatric abusive head trauma encouraged.
.305 Response-to-intervention system to identify and assist students having difficulty in reading, writing, mathematics, or behavior and to determine needs of advanced learners -- Web-based resource for teachers -- District-wide use -- Department to provide technical assistance and training -- Annual report.
.310 Repealed, 1982.
.320 Repealed, 1982.
.330 Repealed, 1982.
.340 Repealed, 1982.
.350 Repealed, 1982.
.355 Repealed, 1990.