KY Safe Schools Week

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The Kentucky Center for School Safety announces this year’s Kentucky Safe Schools Week, is set for October 16-22, 2022. 

This year’s theme is “Create a Ripple Effect” and the focus will be on the fact that no act is ever too small to make an impact. When you create a difference in someone’s life, you not only impact their life, you impact everyone influenced by them throughout their lifetime.

KCSS KY Safe Schools Week Poster 2022

Check out the Poster for KY Safe Schools Week. Resources to come. Use left-hand menu to navigate resources. 

Take the online "Create a Ripple Effect" Pledge

KCSS KY Safe Schools Week Pledge 2022

“Create a Ripple Effect” Pledge!

KCSS thanks all those who are participating in the online “Create a Ripple Effect” Pledge across Kentucky.

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KY Safe Schools Week 2022 Pledge Map

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Click Here to Check Your School District’s Statistics

>1,000 Pledges: Floyd County, Johnson County, Union County, Barren County, Caldwell County, Henderson County, Jessamine County, Casey County, Danville Independent, Calloway County, Bullitt County

500-999 Pledges: Mayfield Independent, Morgan County, Clinton County, Webster County, Logan County, Marshall County, Woodford County, Estill County, Magoffin County, Christian County, McLean County, Muhlenberg County

250-499 Pledges: Cumberland County, Lincoln County, Kenton County, Gallatin County, Bath County, Lawrence County, Pendleton County, East Bernstadt Independent, Murray Independent, Trigg County, Campbell County, Hardin County Trimble County, Williamstown Independent, Boyd County, Williamsburg Independent

50-249 Pledges: Boyle County, Breckinridge County, Union County, Elizabethtown Independent, Fayette County, Graves County, Martin County, Carlisle County, Fulton County, Greenup County, Monroe County, Paducah Independent, Paintsville Independent, Wolfe County, Warren County, Rowan County, Taylor County, Owen County, Russell County, Washington County, Rockcastle County, Somerset Independent

1-49 Pledges: Carroll County, Fleming County, Fulton Independent, Berea Independent, Boone County, Bourbon County, Corbin Independent, McCreary County, Raceland-Worthington Independent, Allen County, Ashland Independent, Carter County, Crittenden County, Elliott County, Hazard Independent, Madison County, Southgate Independent, Dawson Springs Independent, Hopkins County, Anchorage Independent, Anderson County, Augusta Independent, Ballard County, Bellevue Independent, Clay County, Fairview Independent, Green County, Knott County, Lewis County, Robertson County, Barbourville Independent, Bell County, Frankfort Independent, Franklin County, Jackson County, Jefferson County, Kentucky School for the Blind, Kentucky School for the Deaf, Ohio County, Pikeville Independent, Adair County, Bracken County, Cloverport Independent, Erlanger-Elsmere Independent, Metcalfe County, Powell County, Pulaski County, Breathitt County, Butler County, Campbellsville Independent, Daviess County, Glasgow Independent, Grant County, Harlan County, Harrison County, Hickman County, Livingston County, Nelson County, Nicholas County, Whitley County, Bardstown Independent, Beechwood Independent, McCracken County, Meade County, Science Hill Independent, Caverna Independent, Covington Independent, Grayson County, Hancock County, Letcher County, Russellville Independent, Simpson County, Todd County, Dayton Independent, Perry County, Pike County, Clark County, Mason County, Hart County, Henry County, Marion County, Mercer County, Burgin Independent, Laurel County, Lyon County, Spencer County, Wayne County, Garrard County, Jenkins Independent, Scott County, Shelby County, Ludlow Independent, Paris Independent, Menifee County, Jackson Independent, Middlesboro Independent