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Member Handbook 2009-2010 2009 201

K A S A

Kentucky Association of School Administrators


KASA__________________________________________2009-10

Kentucky Association of School Administrators 152 Consumer Lane Frankfort, KY 40601 (800) 928-KASA or (502) 875-3411 Fax (502) 875-4634 www.kasa.org Your KASA Officers President............................................................. Mr. Bobby Lewis Associate Superintendent, Hardin County Schools

President-Elect .................................................Ms. Phyllis O’Neal Principal, Marshall County Schools

Vice President ................................................. Mr. Lonnie Burgett Superintendent, Mayfield Independent Schools

Immediate Past President ......................................... Mr. Gary Rye Superintendent, Dayton Independent Schools

Your KASA Staff Executive Director & General Counsel ............. V. Wayne Young Deputy Director ..................................................Rhonda Caldwell Affiliate Services Coordinator ....................................Dianna Carr Communications Specialist................................... Wanda Darland Executive Operations Coordinator ................................. Pat Bailey Finance Assistant ...................................................... Amy Current Legislative Liaison ................................................... Clyde Caudill Membership Assistant................................................... Faye Cook Membership Assistant.............................................Carole Stinson Professional Development Director .................... Shirley LaFavers Professional Development Assistant.......................Anne Winburn 2


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Table of Contents Mission Statement...........................................................4 President’s Message ........................................................5 Member Benefits & Service .......................................6-17 Government Relations .................................................7 Legal Services .........................................................8-10 Professional Liability Insurance ................................11 Other Insurance Programs..........................................12 Communications ........................................................13 Professional Development .........................................14 Recognition ................................................................15 Employment Services ................................................16 Member Involvement .................................................17 Leadership 2009-10 .................................................18-21 Past Presidents ...........................................................19 Affiliates & Regions .............................................20-21 Membership Eligibility ............................................22-23 Regions by District ..................................................24-26 3


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KASA’s Mission Statement The mission of the Kentucky Association of School Administrators, the unified professional organization representing all education leaders, is to draw upon the strength of our diversity to best serve the needs of children and our members by the continuous improvement of education through professional development of strong leaders, advocacy for the welfare of children, and effective participation in shaping education policy. 4


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Message from your president... Dear KASA Member, As your President for 2009-10, I would like to take this opportunity to welcome all members to KASA. As usual, we are starting another exciting year, one filled with curriculum and policy review and changes, budget concerns, and legislative endeavors that will have lasting impacts on public education. KASA will be working with you and your district to offer quality legal services, professional development opportunities, and to work with our legislators on your behalf. KASA, with your support, has become a regional and state network of over 3,000 school administrators dedicated to the field of education. Through your endeavors, working with KASA staff, there has been continued growth in creating a partnership for developing strong leaders, advocating for the welfare of children and shaping educational policy. With your membership, you have access to a wide array of benefits and services designed exclusively to meet the needs of all members in their different faceted roles as a school leader and administrator. Please take the time to review the handbook so that you may further understand the quality services that are offered to all KASA members and to see how your organization: • • •

Represents You Protects and Supports You Enriches and Informs You

Again, thank you for the opportunity to serve you for this school year and to work with the staff of KASA and the Board of Directors as we continue to provide quality service and meet your needs as they arise. You are a valued member and we thank you for your membership. If we can be of service, do not hesitate to contact me or any KASA staff member (listed on page 2) at (800) 928-KASA. Sincerely, Bobby Lewis KASA President 2009-10 Member since 1996

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Member Benefits & Services Through the years, KASA has continually upgraded and expanded benefits and services to meet the needs of its members: legal services, employment assistance, insurance programs, publications, public relations, professional development opportunities, and more. The following pages will outline the tools KASA uses to:

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Represent You Protect and Support You Enrich and Inform You


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Representing You... Advocate Since its inception in 1969, KASA has worked to connect school administrators to legislators and policy makers, to other education interest groups, to emerging education issues, and to one another.

Government Relations KASA is your link to the governmental agencies that legislate and regulate Kentucky’s school systems. The association’s esteem and credibility have grown with the recognition that its leaders and members place the welfare of Kentucky’s children above their own personal concerns. KASA is YOUR voice on education issues Throughout the year, KASA monitors education issues under consideration by the Kentucky General Assembly, the Kentucky Board of Education, the Kentucky Department of Education, the Education Coalition, the Kentucky Education Professional Standards Board, and all other groups impacting education. KASA staff are on the scene making contact with key decision makers, offering testimony and presenting your views on important issues. KASA develops YOUR legislative agenda KASA members form the committee and develops the Association’s legislative program. Members also have the opportunity to direct lobbying efforts by identifying important priorities and issues through surveys and other forums. KASA is YOUR voice in Frankfort KASA takes school administrator’s views and opinions to the General Assembly, creating a direct impact on the content of legislation such as Senate Bill 1, the testing legislation, and issues facing the 2010 General Assembly. KASA is the only lobbying force exclusively speaking for school administrators. KASA is YOUR national resource Through its relationship with the American Association of School Administrators and other national organizations, KASA keeps you informed about education issues which develop at the national level.

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Protecting and Supporting You... Legal Services One of KASA’s most valuable member benefits is one that many hope they will never need--legal assistance. Many members may not realize that the services available go far beyond the category of “help me when I’m in trouble” and extend to assistance with day-to-day functions of being a school administrator in the complex and rapidly changing world of school legal issues. KASA members enjoy a broad, three-pronged program of legal protection. 1. Support/Counsel - KASA members have direct access to the services of Executive Director and Legal Counsel Wayne Young, who has 25 years experience in helping school administrators navigate the school law swamp. Members can receive immediate, unlimited, ondemand legal services for any job related issue. See page 9 for more details. 2. Financial Assistance - Members are also eligible to receive funds from KASA to offset the cost of retaining private legal counsel, should it be necessary. See page 10 for more details. 3. Professional Liability Insurance - The third prong of KASA’s protection umbrella is the availability of low-cost professional liability insurance. See page 11 for more details.

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Support/Counsel 1. KASA legal counsel is available full time for consultation, advice, opinions or information. 2. There are no limits on the frequency of requests for assistance nor the amount of time available per request. 3. Assistance includes, but is not limited to, interpreting statutes, determining alternatives, developing strategies, research and identification of cases and Attorney General opinions relevant to a particular incident. 4. Assistance may also include, in appropriate instances, direct consultation and assistance provided to a member’s retained counsel during pending litigation, upon request of the member and his/her attorney. This would include attending hearings, filing briefs, etc. 5. In limited instances, with prior approval of the KASA executive committee, the KASA general counsel may provide direct representation to members in litigation of substantial importance to the KASA membership as a whole. 6. The KASA general counsel assists the membership as a whole by periodically providing updates, such as changes in the law, new cases and Attorney General opinions relating to school law. 7. The KASA general counsel will occasionally meet with members on the regional level to discuss legal topics of general interest and to address specific topics or questions. Eligibility Criteria for Support/Counsel All active members are eligible for legal services and funds. A person requesting legal assistance must have been a member in good standing at the time of the occurrence of the action for which the request is made and at the time of the request. Procedure for Requesting Legal Assistance/General Counsel Action 1. Contact the KASA general counsel directly by phone, written correspondence sent by mail or fax, in person, or by e-mail to wayne@kasa.org to explain the nature of the request and the type of assistance needed. 2. The appropriate action will be taken by the general counsel based on the nature of the action requested and other factors, such as time constraints, etc. 3. If necessary, the KASA general counsel will arrange to meet with the member and other appropriate parties at a mutually convenient time and location.

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Financial Assistance Funds are made available to members to assist with employment related problems, including due process, active breach of employment contract, assignments, demotions, salary, suspension and dismissal. This component will pay for direct legal consultation which includes filing of motions, representation at hearings, etc. 1. KASA will provide a minimum of $1,000 to eligible members in legal assistance funds. This amount, along with $250 provided by the member, is paid by KASA directly to the member’s attorney. 2. A premium of $50 for every year of consecutive membership will be added to a member’s legal assistance funds. For example, a member for 10 consecutive years receives an additional $500 for a total of $1,500 in legal assistance funds. Eligibility Criteria for Financial Assistance 1. All active members are eligible. 2. The member shall affirm that his/her personal actions and behaviors have been in accordance with the KASA Code of Ethics. 3. The member must demonstrate his/her inability to obtain satisfactory assistance from the local school district or other services available to school administrators (i.e., liability insurance). 4. The problem for which legal action funds are requested must have originated in the performance of the member’s assigned duty. The procedure for requesting legal action funds are as follows: 1. Contact the general counsel in person, by phone (800) 928-KASA, or send written correspondence by mail (152 Consumer Lane, Frankfort, KY 40601) or fax (502) 875-4634, or by e-mail to wayne@kasa.org. 2. Members receiving assistance from the Legal Action Fund may request to the KASA executive committee for an amount greater than $2,000 in cases which have statewide implications for affecting the membership.

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Professional Liability Insurance What’s the first thing you think of when you hear the term “liability insurance?” Among the many common responses might be positive terms like protection, peace of mind, or perhaps more dramatic terms such as lawsuit or danger. In truth, all of these descriptions would be accurate. What the policy includes... In addition to liability coverage, the policy includes up to $10,000 in reimbursed legal fees in the event of demotion, termination, suspension or other employee discipline. This coverage also can be accessed when defending actions initiated by the Education Professional Standards Board. Why school administrators need it... All school districts in Kentucky provide general liability coverage to their employees to protect them in the performance of their duties. This coverage usually provides at least $1 million in liability protection, along with legal representation in the event of a lawsuit. Those KASA members who purchase professional liability insurance (PLI) receive an additional $1 million in “excess” coverage, which is insurance company terminology meaning that it is accessed if and when the primary, district-provided coverage is exhausted. PLI + KASA support provides comprehensive legal protection... Professional liability insurance funds combined with KASA legal assistance funds provide members up to $12,000 they can use for attorney fees (subject to policy limitations). And, of course, KASA members also enjoy the benefit of free, full-time legal assistance from KASA’s own in-house legal counsel.

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Other Insurance Programs

A+ California Casualty Auto & Home Insurance As a KASA member, you are eligible for A+ Auto & Home Insurance Plus from California Casualty, an outstanding plan with competitive rates and excellent service. A+ has helped thousands of educators across the country by designing policies around what educators need most. Members can also take advantage of their Theft Identity Counseling Service. Call (877) 999-8960 for a free quote and more information on special rates (good driver, KASA member), comprehensive coverage ($250 personal property coverage, unlimited towing and roadside service available, rental or guest driver protection.)

Complimentary Accidental Insurance Policy A $1,000, 24-hour accidental death and dismemberment policy with $5,000 on-the-job coverage, is provided FREE to each KASA member by American Fidelity Assurance Company. Additional coverage for other members of their family may be purchased at reasonable rates.

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Enriching and Informing You... Communications Publications As a KASA member, you will receive the Kentucky School Leader, a semi-annual professional journal; the Hotline, a monthly newsletter; Capitol Connection, an e-bulletin distributed weekly throughout the legislative session; special reports; and this handbook with important member benefits.

Community & Media Relations KASA continues to expand its efforts to represent the perspective of school administrators to news media throughout the state. Also, KASA continues to create partnerships with agencies, organizations, and associations to heighten awareness of the Association and the important role of school administrators.

www.kasa.org Members can use this tool to stay abreast of state and national education news, register online for professional development events, update their contact information, see the latest administrative vacancies, get the most up-to-date legislative news throughout the General Assembly, visit the KASA online bookstore, and much more.

Education Interest Groups KASA involves you with the Kentucky Department of Education, the Kentucky General Assembly, the Office of Education Accountability, Kentucky Board of Education, Professional Standards Board, and other education entities such as the Kentucky School Boards Association, Kentucky Education Association, Kentucky Parents and Teachers Association, Kentucky Institute for Education Research, the Prichards Committee, Partnership for Kentucky School Reform, Kentucky Association of Educational Office Professionals, and colleagues in your role group through KASA affiliate organizations.

Toll Free Hotline

Member resources and assistance is just a phone call away - (800) 928-KASA.

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Professional Development KASA has a long history of being proactive in creating professional development opportunities to meet the changing needs of administrators. By examining new state and federal legislation and the goals and standards of both the Kentucky Department of Education and the state school board, timely programs are developed for members.

Six-hour EILA & Finance Officer credit workshop offered at no cost Active KASA members may select from a list of workshops offered around the state annually. The first 6 hours are free, with additional workshops offered at a reduced fee. (Note: Qualifying workshops for 2009-10 include: Fraud Detection/Red Book training in August,. Raising Student Aspirations with Dr. Russell Quaglia, October 20, 2009, and personnel/other workshops to be announced in February.)

Annual Summer Institute ***July 21-23, 2010*** KASA’s Annual Summer Institute, the state’s largest gathering for school administrators, brings education leaders from throughout the state for outstanding speakers, workshops, professional development, and opportunities to network with colleagues. The institute is approved for six hours of EILA credit (with additional EILA credit available through preevent workshops.) KASA members receive reduced registration fees and priority hotel registration. The institute is held every year in July.

Division of Professional Development KASA’s Division of Professional Development has a distinguished reputation for offering top-quality workshops and programs based on school administrators current needs. Current emphasis focuses on assisting schools and districts in their efforts to prepare students to be leaders in a global world. For this reason, a wide variety of workshops (EILA approved) are offered strategically throughout the school year. KASA members enjoy DISCOUNTED rates for most of these workshops.

Additional Professional Development Opportunities

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• Kentucky Leadership Academy (KLA) and Kentucky Leadership Academy Alumni (KLAA): The mission of KLA and KLAA is to provide ongoing professional growth opportunities for school and district leaders that will result in building and sustaining leadership capacity and creating a climate of resiliency for whole school improvement. • Initial and Update Certified Evaluation Training (as required by KRS 156.557.)


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Recognition KASA is your avenue to recognition for excellence through various awards, scholarships, and presentation opportunities.

Awards KASA recognizes achievement through the following: 1. Distinguished Service Award 2. Administrator of the Year Awards 3. Kentucky Superintendent of the Year Award 4. William T. Nallia Award 5. Tom Vest Professional Development Award 6. Wanda Luttell Support Personnel Advancing Excellence in Education Award 7. Fred Award In addition, the association is involved in the promotion of the National Superintendent of the Year Award.

Scholarships Since 1970, KASA has awarded Aspiring Administrator Scholarships annually to educators seeking additional administrative certification at one of the listed partner universities. The award includes full tuition, provided by KASA and the university to attend one summer course. The program is announced in early spring with applications available at the participating universities and at www.kasa.org. University partners include Eastern Kentucky University, Morehead State University, Murray State University, Northern Kentucky University, University of Kentucky, University of Louisville and Western Kentucky University. In partnership with Jostens, KASA also awards a Tomorrow’s Leader scholarship each year. This educational administration scholarship includes tuition for two 3-hour summer courses, textbook reimbursement, and a travel stipend, a $3,000 value. The Tomorrow’s Leader program is designed to assist an association member seeking administrative certification. Application and guidelines are available on the KASA Web site. Scholarship recipients are recognized at the summer institute each year.

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Employment Services Statewide education administrative vacancies are maintained via KASA’s career center on the web at www.kasa.org. School districts, universities, and other education agencies may advertise their administrative vacancies as follows: 1. Logon to KASA’s career center (www.kasa.org) and click the submit vacancy button 2. E-mail to wandad@kasa.org 3. Fax to KASA at (502) 875-4634 4. Mail to KASA, 152 Consumer Lane, Frankfort, KY 40601 Vacancies are updated daily, and will remain on the site until the school district notifies KASA the position has been filled. KASA also receives and posts out-of-state vacancies for superintendents and other top executive positions.

Facility and Meeting Planning We want you to consider the KASA facility as your Frankfort headquarters. The KASA staff is on hand to assist you with small meetings, telephone calls, or clerical tasks. Staff members also have expertise in planning, organizing, and promoting conferences and workshops.

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Member Involvement KASA’s strength is the involvement of its members, the basis of the Association’s ability to serve school administrators throughout the state.

Professional Network

Members say there is comfort in knowing they’re not alone in their efforts for education. Involvement in KASA and our affiliate organizations will help you develop a pool of resources and a network of 3,000+ colleagues and mentors.

Committees

More than 130 members serve on KASA’s working committees and offer countless volunteer hours to advancing the work of the association. The KASA president appoints committees from nominations submitted by affiliate and regional organizations, or you may volunteer to serve.

Governance Bodies

You can have major impact on the Association’s policies and goals by seeking election in your affiliate or region to the KASA Board of Directors.

Input

We want to know what you need and expect for your membership dollars. Strategic plan updates, surveys, and focus groups identify member opinions and needs, and provide a variety of opportunities for members to set the Association’s direction. Also, use KASA’s toll free number, (800) 928-KASA, and www.kasa.org, as a direct link to share your ideas and concerns.

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KASA Leadership 2009-10 Board of Directors The KASA Board of Directors is comprised of 27 voting members: four officers (president, president-elect, vice president and immediate past president), one representative from each of the 11 KASA regions, one representative for retirees and representatives from the 11 affiliate organizations. In addition, representatives of the KASA members in the Kentucky Department of Education and the president of the Kentucky Association of Education Office Professionals (KAEOP) serve as ex-officio members of the board.

Term of Service Regional representatives serve one 3-year term, and affiliate representatives serve a maximum of two 3-year consecutive terms as determined by the wishes of their representative groups.

Executive Committee The KASA Executive Committee consists of the four officers, one representative from each of the 11 affiliate groups and a representative of retired members.

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Past Presidents 1969-70

Samuel Alexander

1989-90

Ramona Greschel

1970-71

Oran C. Teater

1990-91

Felici Felice

1971-72

Martin L. Carr

1991-92

Charles Edwards

1972-73

Michael E. Speck

1992-93

W.A. Franklin

1973-74

Frank Hatfield

1993-94

Woodie Cheek

1974-75

Clyde Caudill

1994-95

John C. Settle

1975-76

Henry E. Resch

1995-96

John H. Waff

1976-77

Sue Warmath

1996-97

Jane Boyd

1977-78

Glen Edelen

1997-98

Leon Mooneyhan

1978-79

John Ed Dunn

1998-99

Ronald Doyle

1979-80

Pete Royse

1999-00

Donald Lynch

1980-81

Chester Turner

2000-01

Glenda Thornton

1981-82

Neal Tucker

2001-02

Angela Wilkins

1982-83

Jude Talbott

2002-03

Pamela Stephens

1983-84

Roland Haun

2003-04

Maurice Risner

1984-85

Bill Braden

2004-05

Fred Carter

1985-86

Marilyn Hohmann

2005-06

Eleanor Spry

1986-87

Lawrence Allen

2006-07

Roger Marcum

1987-88

Randy Kimbrough

2007-08

Pete Galloway

1988-89

Lois Adams-Rodgers

2008-09

Gary Rye

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Affiliates and Regions KASA provides an established network of affiliates and regional organizations where you can find support, share ideas, and contribute to the improvement of education and school administration. Get involved with your KASA regional organization and the appropriate affiliate for your role group.

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Affiliate organizations include:

KY Assn. of Education Supervisors (KAES) KY Assn. of Elementary School Principals (KAESP) KY Assn. for Psychology in the Schools (KAPS) KY Assn. of School Business Officials (KASBO) KY Assn. of School Food Service Administrators (KASFA) KY Assn. of School Superintendents (KASS) KY Assn. of Secondary School Principals (KASSP) KY Counseling Assn./KY School Counselor Assn. (KCA/KSCA) KY Directors of Pupil Personnel (KDPP) KY Council of Administrators of Special Education (KYCASE) KY School Public Relations Assn. (KYSPRA)

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Membership Eligibility

Active Members Associate Members Student Members

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KASA__________________________________________2009-10 You may join KASA as an ACTIVE member if you are one of the following: • A school leader assigned administrative/supervisory duties at the local or district level. • A vocational or technical school administrator • An employee of a university or college who trains teachers and administrators • An employee of the Kentucky Department of Education or an employee of other state education interest groups, commissions, and councils • retired school administrator You are eligible for ASSOCIATE membership if you are one of the following: • A vendor of education supplies, equipment or services • A teacher, librarian, or classified employee of a school, school district, or other education agency You are eligible for STUDENT membership if you are one the following: • A full-time student enrolled in a college of education • An educator enrolled in an administrator training program at a college or university and not currently employed as a school administrator (Note: Associate and student members are eligible for most of KASA’s benefits; however, these member groups are not eligible to hold office, vote in an election, or receive legal assistance funds.)

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Regions by School District Western Lakes - Region A Ballard Co. Caldwell Co. Carlisle Co. Christian Co. Ft. Campbell Dep. Fulton Co. Graves Co. Hickman Co. Lyon Co. Marshall Co. McCracken Co. Murray Ind. Trigg Co. River Region - Region B Breckinridge Co. Cloverport Ind. Dawson Springs Ind. Grayson Co. Henderson Co. Hopkins Co. Muhlenberg Co. Ohio Co. Providence Ind. Union Co. Barren River Region - Region C Allen Co. Barren Co. Butler Co. Caverna Ind. Glasgow Ind. Green Co. Logan Co. Metcalfe Co. Russellville Ind. Simpson Co. Warren Co. Heartland Central Region - Region D Bardstown Ind. Campbellsville Ind. Ft. Knox Dep. Hardin Co. Marion Co. Meade Co. Taylor Co. Washington Co.

Calloway Co. Crittenden Co. Fulton Ind. Livingston Co. Mayfield Ind. Paducah Ind.

Daviess Co. Hancock Co. McLean Co. Owensboro Ind. Webster Co. Bowling Green Ind. Edmonson Co. Hart Co. Monroe Co. Todd Co.

Elizabethtown Ind. LaRue Co. Nelson Co. West Point Ind.

Ohio Valley Region - Region E Anchorage Ind. Bullitt Co. Eminence Ind. Gallatin Co. Jefferson Co. KY School for the Blind Owen Co. Shelby Co. Trimble Co.

Carroll Co. Henry Co. Oldham Co. Spencer Co.

Bluegrass Region - Region F Anderson Co. Bourbon Co. Burgin Ind. Danville Ind. Franklin Co. Harrison Co. KY School for the Deaf Mercer Co. Scott Co. Woodford Co.

Boyle Co. Frankfort Ind. Jessamine Co. Paris Ind.

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Regions by School District (con’t) Red River - Region G Berea Ind. Clark Co. Fayette Co. Garrard Co. Madison Co. Montgomery Co.

Estill Co. Lincoln Co. Powell Co.

Lake Cumberland Region - Region H Adair Co. Barbourville Ind. Casey Co. Clinton Co. Cumberland Co. Hazard Co. Knox Co. Laurel Co. Middlesboro Ind. Monticello Ind. Pulaski Co. Rockcastle Co. Somerset Ind. Wayne Co.

Bell Co. Corbin Ind. East Bernstadt Ind. McCreary Co. Pineville Ind. Science Hill Ind. Whitley Co.

Mountain Region - Region I Breathitt Co. Clay Co. Harlan Co. Harlan Ind. Jackson Co. Jenkins Ind. Knott Co. Lee Co. Letcher Co. Magofflin Co. Owsley Co. Paintsville Co. Pike Co. Pikeville Ind.

Floyd Co. Hazard Ind. Johnson Co. Leslie Co. Martin Co. Perry Co. Wolfe Co.

Northeast Region - Region J Ashland Ind. Bath Co. Carter Co. Elliott Co. Fleming Co. Greenup Co. Lewis Co. Menifee Co. Nicholas Co. Raceland Ind. Russell Ind. Northern Kentucky Region - Region K August Ind. Beechwood Ind. Boone Co. Bracken Co. Covington Ind. Dayton Ind. Ft. Thomas Ind. Grant Co. Kenton Co. Ludlow Ind. Newport Ind. Pendleton Co. Silver Grove Ind. Southgate Ind.

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Boyd Co. Fairview Ind. Lawrence Co. Morgan Co. Rowan Co.

Bellevue Ind. Campbell Co. Erlanger Ind. Harrison Co. Mason Co. Robertson Co. Walton-Verona Ind.


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We value your membership These KASA benefits represent the many resources available to you as a member of the Kentucky Association of School Administrators. Since KASA exists for you, the school administrators, we enc ourage you to take full advantage of every benefit KASA offers. Our goal, to advance the profession and the professional, will only be as strong as each member’s participation in t he association. We appreciate the faith you have demonstrated as educators and pledge to do our utmost to uphold that fait h .

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Serving School Administrators Since 1969

Kentucky Association of School Administrators 152 Consumer Lane Frankfort, KY 40601 (800) 928-KASA or (502) 875-3411 Fax (502) 875-4634 www.kasa.org


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