According to a currently active survey by a Facebook group called Kentucky Teachers in the Know, at least 42 school districts have announced that they will close school so that teachers, staff, students and families can attend their “assigned day” to March on Frankfort. Around half of those districts have even committed to providing transportation to their staff.

The “assigned day” is not yet known. It will be based on a rolling schedule that will start when, and if, a special session begins. Rumor has it that a costly special session could begin as early as Dec. 4.

Here is a listing of the districts they’ve heard from who have said yes, so far.  This list will be updated by 4:00 pm daily, and the date for each will be added as soon as we have them. Please send updates to moderator@saveourschoolsky.org.

If your district is not yet on the list, please contact your superintendent and your board members and let them know how important this is, not just for the pensions of our educators, but for the future of public education in the Commonwealth.

Districts Closing School and Attending the Rally (if it happens) Transportation
yes/no
Allen Co.
Anderson Co yes
Ashland Ind.
Bath Co. yes
Boone Co. yes
Bourbon Co. yes
Bullitt Co. yes
Carter Co. yes
Covington Co.
Covington Ind.
Daviess Co.
Erlanger-Elsmere Ind.
Floyd Co. yes
Franklin Co. yes
Gallatin Co. yes
Grant Co.
Graves Co. no
Jenkins Ind. yes
Jessamine Co. yes
Johnson Co. yes
Kenton Co.
Lawrence Co.
Lincoln Co.
Mason Co.
Mercer Co yes
Muhlenberg Co.
Pike Co. yes
Southgate Ind
Union Co. yes
Walton Co.
Warren Co. maybe
Wolfe Co. yes
Woodford Co. yes
Walton Verona Ind. no
Martin no
Boyd
Scott
Robertson
Paintsville Ind
Magoffin
Martin
Pikeville Ind.
Estill County

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