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Monday, July 29, 2013

Bowling Green City School District Wins Case Against Warren County Schools Over Student Transfers.

City schools win student cap appeal

The Bowling Green Independent School District will get to keep 86 county-zoned students lost to a student cap set April 18 by the Warren County Public Schools, according to a ruling released this morning.

“Obviously, we think this is a good decision,” said Leslie Peek, city schools spokeswoman. City schools personnel are calling the parents of the 86 county-zoned (non-resident) students today to let them know that they can enroll in the city schools with the $300 tuition, but no additional money. The 62-page ruling from the Kentucky education commissioner’s office is titled a “Recommended Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Law and Recommended Order.”
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