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72-6764.Validating certain unified school districts; approved by election. The orders of the state superintendent of public instruction heretofore issued entitled "order organizing unified school districts and disorganizing nonunified school districts" are hereby declared to be operative and effective as of January 1, 1965, to the extent and at the times specified in such orders, except as otherwise specifically provided in this act and the act of which this act is amendatory. The above orders of the state superintendent hereby validated are made in substantially the following form and the same are filed in the office of the state superintendent of public instruction.

Form U 118

STATE OF KANSAS

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

Adel F. Throckmorton, Superintendent

Topeka, Kansas

________ County Planning Unit

ORDER ORGANIZING UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICTS AND DISORGANIZING NONUNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICTS

In accordance with authority vested in the State Superintendent of Public Instruction by the Constitution and Laws of the State of Kansas, and particularly Chapter 393 of the Session Laws of Kansas, 1963, the within order is entered and made this ____ day of _________, __, by me, Adel F. Throckmorton, duly elected and acting State Superintendent of Public Instruction of the State of Kansas.

Preliminary to issuing the within order the following findings are hereby made and declared:

1.The planning board of the above county was duly organized by law on ______________; and said planning board has been duly constituted at all times since said date of organization.

2.The planning board of the above named county has duly performed all of the duties and requirements prescribed by said Chapter 393 of the Laws of Kansas, 1963, and was duly authorized by me to conduct an election for approval of unified districts in said planning unit on ______________, having received my unconditional approval of recommendations.

3.On ______________, the above planning board conducted an election for the approval of unified districts in said planning unit and all of the requirements of law for conduct of such election including the form of notice, ballots used, procedures of election, selection of voting places, and all other matters of whatsoever kind performed in conducting said election were conducted and performed in accordance with the law.

4.I have received the duly completed and executed Certificate of Election Results (Form U 116) of the planning board above named dated ____________, and such certificate shows, and I hereby find, that the proposed unified districts of __________ County planning unit are deemed approved, and the same are hereby found to be approved by the electors of __________ County planning unit, all as provided by law.

5. The recommendations approved by me for said planning unit proposed two (2) unified districts which were referred to in such recommendations as "The ____________" and "The ____________." Said _________ shall hereafter be designated by the name and style of _________, _________ County, State of Kansas." Said __________ shall hereafter be designated by the name and style of _________, _________ County, State of Kansas."

6.The main school building of the following nonunified school districts is in the __________ County planning unit:

  Type of  Number of  County of   district  district  district

    (Districts listed)

Now, therefore, I, Adel F. Throckmorton, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, do hereby order that the above named and described unified districts are hereby organized and their home county is designated to be __________ County; the effective date of the organization of such unified districts is __________, for the limited purposes specified in Chapter 393 of the Session Laws of Kansas, 1963, and the effective date of organization of such unified districts for all purposes is ______________; the territorial extent and boundaries of each of said unified districts is described in the attached exhibit which has been marked "Exhibit A" and which is hereby made a part of this order as though fully set out herein: Provided, That it is the intention of this order that the unified districts heretofore established under authority of Chapter 393 of the Laws of Kansas, 1963, shall (not) be overlapped by the districts organized by this order, and if any such overlapping does inadvertently occur by reason of the description herein provided, then the boundaries of the unified districts established by orders heretofore made shall be construed to be controlling; the above named nonunified school districts are hereby disorganized effective __________.

This order is signed and executed this ____ day of _________, __, and shall take effect and be in force at the times and to the extent provided by law in Chapter 393 of the Session Laws of Kansas, 1963.

/s/  Adel F. Throckmorton

State Superintendent of

Public Instruction of the

[seal]  State of Kansas

(Exhibits attached.)

The unified districts validated by this section are designated by the name and style of "Unified District No. ______________, __________ County, State of Kansas"; and the numbers and counties of such unified districts are as follows: No. 208 of Trego county; Nos. 209 and 210 of Stevens county; Nos. 211, 212, 213 of Norton county; No. 214 of Grant county; Nos. 215 and 216 of Kearny county; Nos. 217 and 218 of Morton county; Nos. 219 and 220 of Clark county; Nos. 221, 222, 223 and 224 of Washington county; Nos. 225 and 226 of Meade county; Nos. 227 and 228 of Hodgeman county; Nos. 229, 230, 231, 232 and 233 of Johnson county; Nos. 234 and 235 of Bourbon county; Nos. 236, 237 and 238 of Smith county; Nos. 239 and 240 of Ottawa county; Nos. 241 and 242 of Wallace county; Nos. 243, 244 and 245 of Coffey county; Nos. 246, 247, 248, 249 and 250 of Crawford county; Nos. 251, 252 and 253 of Lyon county; Nos. 254 and 255 of Barber county; Nos. 256, 257 and 258 of Allen county; Nos. 259, 260, 261, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267 and 268 of Sedgwick county; Nos. 269, 270 and 271 of Rooks county; Nos. 272 and 273 of Mitchell county; Nos. 274 and 275 of Logan county; Nos. 276, 277, 278 and 279 of Jewell county; Nos. 280 and 281 of Graham county; Nos. 282 and 283 of Elk county; Nos. 284 of Chase county; Nos. 285 and 286 of Chautauqua county; Nos. 287, 288, 289 and 290 of Franklin county; Nos. 291, 292 and 293 of Gove county; Nos. 294 and 295 of Decatur county; Nos. 296 and 297 of Cheyenne county; Nos. 298 and 299 of Lincoln county; No. 300 of Comanche county; Nos. 301, 302, 303 and 304 of Ness county; Nos. 305, 306 and 307 of Saline county; Nos. 308, 309, 310, 311, 312 and 313 of Reno county; Nos. 314, 315 and 316 of Thomas county; Nos. 317, 318 and 319 of Rawlins county; Nos. 320, 321, 322 and 323 of Pottawatomie county; Nos. 324, 325 and 326 of Phillips county; Nos. 327 and 328 of Ellsworth county; Nos. 329 and 330 of Wabaunsee county; Nos. 331 and 332 of Kingman county; Nos. 333 and 334 of Cloud county; Nos. 335, 336 and 337 of Jackson county; Nos. 338, 339, 340, 341, 342, and 343 of Jefferson county; and Nos. 349, 350 and 351 of Stafford county.

History: L. 1965, ch. 420, § 1; Feb. 23.



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