Fayette County Public Schools

$20 Million Discrepancy To Be Discussed Tonight

May 28, 2014
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Accusations of 20 million dollar spending discrepancy to be discussed tonight.

Josh James / WUKY

Fayette County Public Schools superintendent Tom Shelton is calling accusations of financial mismanagement completely untrue.

Fayette County Public Schools officials are pointing to a “$20 million dollar irregularity” as the cause for the district’s budget woes.

Under a plan released Tuesday by Fayette County Public Schools Superintendent Tom Shelton, the district would trim costs by $19.1 million.

The committee tasked with redrawing Fayette County Public School’s attendance maps is meeting for first time Tuesday afternoon.

FCPS Music Programs Receive National Recognition

Apr 10, 2014

Fayette County Public Schools has landed on a list of the Best Communities for Music Education.

Under a new plan put forward by Fayette County Superintendent Tom Shelton, schools could see a smaller cut in staffing than anticipated.

Starting Monday, Fayette County public school students will have to wait a little longer for the bell to ring at the end of the day.

Fayette County public school students could see their school days extended by 15 minutes for the rest of the year to make up for snow days.

Kentucky public school students could see their school year shortened by up to 10 days under a proposal in the Kentucky House.