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Fayette County Board of Education Division 1

QUALIFICATIONSBoard of Education members must be at least 24 years old, a Kentucky citizen for the last three years, and a registered voter in the appropriate district and voter precinct(s). They must also hold a high school diploma or GED certificate and be in compliance with anti-nepotism state laws, and cannot provide contract services for the school district.TERMMembers of the Board are elected to four-year terms on a staggered basis.DUTIESSchool board members are committed to being good stewards of the district's resources, putting the needs of students first and helping all students succeed. The board develops policy that governs the operation of schools; provides visionary leadership that establishes long-range plans and programs for the district; hires the superintendent and issues annual evaluation reports; and sets local tax rates and practices vigorous stewardship to ensure that all school district funds are spent wisely.NOTESThe Board of Education has five members, each representing one of the five school districts.Source: https://www.fcps.net/board; https://elect.ky.gov/

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  • Christy Allison Morris

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What makes you the most qualified candidate to represent your school district on the Fayette County Board of Education?

What do you see as the most important issue facing our schools and how will you address it?

With state funds for education suffering cuts year after year, how will you plan to continue quality education in the district?

The COVID19 pandemic has had a dramatic affect on education. What measures do you support for addressing the pandemic while addressing the educational and social needs of students?

In recent months, the Black Lives Matter movement has led the way in heightening awareness of systemic racism in our nation. What is the responsibility of our schools to address institutional racism and what actions should it take?

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