• Education Law and Finance Institute March 7-8, 2019

    This two-day institute will deepen knowledge and improve practice among school administrators and their teams in implementing legal and financial decisions in the learning environment they lead. From personnel matters to performance management techniques, some of the state's and nation's top education law and finance experts will cover the spectrum of school law and finance.

    will equip participants with the knowledge to make legally sound decisions while reducing liability, 
    litigation, and other potential legal missteps.

    will offer guidance for maneuvering in the ever changing financial landscape without sacrificing quality 
    services for kids.
    Additionally, there will be sessions offered in the areas of human resources and 
    school safety. This institute truly has something for everyone in school administration.
  • Free EILA Opportunity - Expires Nov. 30

    The KASA Online Resource Library is a subscriber-based program that offers quality professional development programs to school districts. 

    The library brings "anytime, anyplace" professional development and is EILA approved.

    We are offering a one-hour free video, with approved EILA credit until November 30. 

    For more information click here. Once you have watched the video, contact Wes Cornett at or Lisa Ducker at 

  • Lifetouch Offers Opportunity to Give Back

    One KASA member will be chosen for this life-changing mission - will it be you?

    Lifetouch photography organizes the Lifetouch Memory Mission®, an annual mission trip that brings educators and Lifetouch volunteers to destinations around the world. Memory mission volunteers spend a week in intensive volunteer service, bringing hope to communities in need.

    Lifetouch is once again offering this life-changing opportunity to one KASA member. To enter, complete the application by clicking the link below by 5 p.m. CT, September 24, 2018.
  • Volunteer to Serve on KASA Committee - Sign up by Today!

    KASA's strength is the involvement of its members. Serving on a committee is a great way to get involved, while making an impact on the profession. Committee volunteers help shape KASA through the development of benefits, programs, and opportunities that advance the work of the association, all while allowing you to connect with others in the profession who are as passionate and committed to education as you are. 

    We need your active involvement and support as members on KASA's standing committees.
  • Administrator of the Year and Distinguished Service Award Nominations due June 1

    Distinguished Service Award presented annually since 1973, KASA's Distinguished Service Award is given to a retired (or retiring) school administrator who has exhibited exemplary education leadership ability and has brought honor to his or her colleagues, his or her profession and to him or herself.

    KASA’s Administrator of the Year Award is presented annually to recognize outstanding education leaders who are also involved in the enhancement of the effectiveness of the association. One district level administrator and one school level administrator will be awarded.

    Nominate someone today! Nominations due June 1, 2018!
  • Student Impact Grant Applications Due April 20

    Does your school/district have students who are working to give back to the community in which they live? Or maybe, they have expanded their reach to include the global community. If so, please encourage them to apply for one of Kentucky Association of School Administrator’s (KASA) Student Impact Grants. This grant funds schools in Kentucky (grades K-12) who strive to take the next step in education by using project based learning in their classrooms and giving back to their community or the global community.

    This application is for a grant of up to $2,500 awarded to a project based learning class or group. Applicants for this grant may be students or classes from any grade level in the state of Kentucky. The applicants will be divided into four different age levels (grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12) and there will be one recipient from each level.

    Apply Today!
  • Love KY Public Education Campaign


    KASA launched its Love Kentucky Public Education campaign during a news conference Friday, February 23 at the Capitol Rotunda, in Frankfort. This campaign is a grassroots effort to highlight why Kentucky’s public schools are essential to developing future generations. It is designed to re-frame the current narrative, highlight the critical role public schools play in our society, and ensure ALL students are successful, contributing members of our local, national and global communities. 

    We are asking school districts across the commonwealth to join us in promoting public education in Kentucky. This campaign creates a platform for schools and communities to join together and express why we love public education and why Kentucky depends on a quality public education system to improve the lives of all Kentucky children.

    Board adopted resolutions:

    Estill County Schools
    Frankfort Independent Schools
    Henry County Schools
    Oldham County Schools
    Simpson County Schools
    Union County Schools

  • Rethinking the Master Schedule: Leveraging Time, Talent and Resources

    Rethinking the Master Schedule: Leveraging Time, Talent and Resources with Dr. Bobby Moore is being held on Thursday, March 22, 2018 at the KY High School Athletics Association in Lexington.The address is 2280 Executive Drive, Lexington, KY 40505.

    1. The day begins at 8:30 a.m. ET and concludes at 3:30 p.m.
    2. Light refreshments are provided.
    3. Lunch is on your own.
    4. Six hours of EILA credit is available.
    5. Traffic is heavy in Lexington in the morning and even though parking will be adequate for our group, you still should plan to get there a little early.  
    6. We suggest that you bring any work that you’ve been doing on your master schedule to bring clarity and context to the work of the day. 
    We will see you there!