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72-6765.Same; approved on petition. The orders of the state superintendent of public instruction heretofore issued headed "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 120

STATE OF KANSAS

 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

Adel F. Throckmorton, Superintendent

Topeka, Kansas

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.______________, (being after October 1, 1964) ______________ petitioned the State Superintendent of Public Instruction under authority of Section 13 of the above statute for the establishment of a unified district comprised of territory described in such petition as follows:

(See attached Exhibit A.)

2.Said ______________ duly adopted a resolution authorizing the execution of such petition, and the same was duly executed and presented to the state superintendent of public instruction on ______________.

3.The territory described in such petition includes at least 80 percent of the territory and population of the petitioning district, and includes territory outside of such petitioning district within the limits prescribed by clause (b) of said Section 13.

4.The method of election of members of the board of the unified district is stated in such petition (together with recommendations for member district boundaries). The same conforms to the provisions of said Chapter 393 of the Session Laws of Kansas, 1963.

5.The proposed unified district meets the requirements of Section 11 (a), (c), (g) and (h) of said Chapter 393.

6.The state superintendent of public instruction has considered such petition and is of the opinion that establishment of such unified district is consistent with the purpose named in said Chapter 393.

Therefore, and in consideration of the above, I, Adel F. Throckmorton, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, do hereby order that the above named and described unified district is hereby organized and its home county is designated to be ______________ County; and shall hereafter be designated by the name and style of Unified School District No. ______, ______________ County, State of Kansas. The effective date of the organization of such unified district is January 1, 1965, for the limited purposes specified in Chapter 393 of the Session Laws of Kansas, 1963, and the effective date of organization of such unified district for all purposes is July 1, 1966; the territorial extent and boundaries of the unified district hereby established is described in paragraph 1 above: 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 the 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.

Part B

Whereas, the above order is made and entered, the following further order is also made and entered as a part thereof, to wit:

1.All of the following named school districts are wholly within the boundaries of the unified district hereby organized and such named school districts are hereby disorganized effective July 1, 1966:

  Type of  Number of   district  district  County

2.All of the following named school districts are divided by this organization order, but the remaining territory thereof is adequate in size to remain organized in the opinion of the state superintendent of public instruction, and the same shall therefore remain organized until and unless disorganized according to law:

  Type of  Number of   district  district  County

3.All of the following named school districts are divided by this disorganization order, and, in the opinion of the state superintendent, the territories outside of the unified district are not adequate in size to remain organized; therefore, these districts are hereby disorganized effective July 1, 1966:

  Type of  Number of   district  district  County

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: Nos. 344 and 346 of Linn county; No. 345 of Shawnee county; No. 347 of Edwards county; No. 348 of Douglas county; No. 352 of Sherman county; Nos. 353, 356, 357, 358, 359 and 360 of Sumner county; Nos. 354 and 355 of Barton county; No. 361 of Harper county; No. 362 of Linn county; No. 363 of Finney county; No. 364 of Marshall county; No. 365 of Anderson county; No. 366 of Woodson county; Nos. 367 and 368 of Miami county; No. 369 of Harvey county; Nos. 370 and 371 of Gray county; No. 372 of Shawnee county; No. 373 of Harvey county; No. 374 of Haskell county; No. 375 of Butler county; No. 376 of Rice county; No. 378 of Riley county; No. 379 of Clay county; No. 380 of Marshall county; No. 381 of Ford county; No. 382 of Pratt county; Nos. 383 and 384 of Riley county; No. 385 of Butler county; No. 386 of Greenwood county; No. 387 of Wilson county; No. 388 of Ellis county; and Nos. 389 and 390 of Greenwood county; Nos. 391 and 392 of Osborne county; No. 393 of Dickinson county; Nos. 394 and 396 of Butler county; No. 395 of Rush county; Nos. 397 and 398 of Marion county; No. 399 of Russell county; No. 400 of McPherson county; No. 401 of Rice county; No. 402 of Butler county; No. 403 of Rush county; No. 404 of Cherokee county; No. 405 of Rice county; No. 406 of Doniphan county; Nos. 408 and 410 of Marion county; Nos. 377 and 409 of Atchison county; No. 411 of Marion county; No. 412 of Sheridan county; Nos. 413 and 414 of Neosho county; No. 415 of Brown county; No. 416 of Miami county; No. 417 of Morris county; Nos. 418 and 419 of McPherson county; Nos. 420 and 421 of Osage county; Nos. 422 and 424 of Kiowa county; No. 423 of McPherson county; No. 425 of Doniphan county; Nos. 426 and 427 of Republic county; No. 429 of Doniphan county; No. 430 of Brown county; No. 431 of Barton county; No. 432 of Ellis county; No. 433 of Doniphan county; and No. 434 of Osage county; No. 435 of Dickinson county; No. 436 of Montgomery county; No. 437 of Shawnee county; No. 438 of Pratt county; No. 439 of Harvey county; No. 440 of Harvey county; No. 407 of Russell county; No. 428 of Barton county; Nos. 441 and 442 of Nemaha county; No. 443 of Ford county; No. 444 of Rice county; Nos. 445, 446 and 447 of Montgomery county; No. 448 of McPherson county; and No. 449 of Leavenworth county.

History: L. 1965, ch. 420, § 2; Feb. 23.



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