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72-6794.Same; district 458 and following. The orders of the state superintendent of public instruction issued after unified district No. 457 of Finney county and before the effective date of this act headed "order organizing unified school districts and disorganizing nonunified school districts" are hereby declared to be operative and effective to the extent and at the times specified in such orders except as may be otherwise specifically provided in any of the unification acts. The 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 120B

STATE OF KANSAS

 DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION

Adel F. Throckmorton, Superintendent

Topeka, Kansas

ORDER ORGANIZING A UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT 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, as amended and supplemented by House bill No. 539 of the 1965 Session of the Legislature, the within order is entered and made this ____ day of _________, 1965, by me, Adel F. Throckmorton, duly elected and acting State Superintendent of Public Instruction of the State of Kansas.

Part A

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

1.On ____________, the ______________ filed a petition, later amended on ____________, with the State Superintendent of Public Instruction under authority of Section 4 or 5 of House bill No. 539 of the 1965 Legislature for the establishment of a unified school district comprised of territory described in such petition as follows:

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 ____________, 19__.

3.The method of election of members of the board of the unified district petitioned for is stated in such petition (together with recommendations for member district boundaries). The same conforms to the provisions of law thereto relating.

4.The proposed unified district meets the requirements of Section 5 of said House bill No. 539.

5.The State Superintendent of Public Instruction has considered such petition and is of the opinion that establishment of such unified school district is consistent with the purposes named in said Chapter 393 and House bill No. 539.

Therefore, and in consideration of the above, I, Adel F. Throckmorton, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, State of Kansas, do hereby order that the above-named and described unified district is hereby organized, and its home county is designated to be __________ County; the above described unified district shall hereafter be designated by the name and style of Unified School District No. ____, __________ County; State of Kansas; the ______________

  (Name election officer) shall conduct an election for __________ board members of the unified district on ____________, 1965, and the board members elected shall take office on July 1, 1965 [as interim board members until July 1, 1966 (omit for city districts)], at which time such unified district shall become effective and operative for all purposes and the board members so elected shall serve as the board of education of the unified district as is provided by law; the territorial extent and boundaries of the unified district hereby established is described in paragraph 1 above; the below named nonunified school districts are hereby disorganized effective ______________.

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 organization order and, in the opinion of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 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 _________, 19__, 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, as amended by House bill No. 539 of the 1965 Session of the Legislature.

  /s/  Adel F. Throckmorton

  State Superintendent of

  Public Instruction of the

[seal]  State of Kansas

The unified districts validated by this section are designated by the name and style of "Unified School District No. ____, __________ County, State of Kansas"; and the numbers and counties of such unified districts are as follows: No. 458 of Leavenworth county; No. 459 of Ford county; No. 460 of Harvey county; No. 461 of Wilson county; Nos. 462 and 463 of Cowley county; No. 464 of Leavenworth county; No. 465 of Cowley county; No. 466 of Scott county; No. 467 of Wichita county; No. 468 of Lane county; No. 469 of Leavenworth county; Nos. 470 and 471 of Cowley county; No. 472 of Neosho county; No. 473 of Dickinson county; No. 474 of Kiowa county; No. 475 of Geary county; and Nos. 201, 202, 203 and 204 of Wyandotte county; Nos. 476 and 477 of Gray county; No. 478 of Hamilton county; No. 479 of Anderson county; No. 480 of Seward county; No. 481 of Dickinson county; No. 482 of Lane county; No. 483 of Seward county; and No. 484 of Wilson county.

History: L. 1965, ch. 410, § 11; May 17.



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