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Thank you Greenup County Sheriff Matt Smith and Deputy Clark for training Russell Independent Employees on drug awareness and the impact in our communities. @russellind #RDN @KCSSnews

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KCSS Disaster Resources List is available to our schools and districts across Kentucky that are starting the slow process of recovery from December's Tornado Disaster. Visit our website and link to these resources @ https://kycss.org/disaster-recovery-resources/

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The Kentucky Center for School Safety is committed to providing guidance, training and resources to schools across the Commonwealth. The Kentucky Center for School Safety was established in 1998 with the passage of House Bill 330. More >

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Kentucky Center for School Safety Staff wants to assist you as your schools plan, practice and prepare to provide a safe school environment. Contact us toll free at 877-805-4277. Connect to our Twitter or Facebook >

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Kentucky Center for School Safety works under the guidance of a fifteen-member board of directors who are appointed by the governor. With diverse leadership, there is a guarantee of statewide collaboration across safety-focused organizations. Meet our team >