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SB 113

AN ACT concerning education; making and concerning appropriations for the fiscal years ending June 30, 2023, June 30, 2024, and June 30, 2025, for the state department of education; establishing the mental health intervention team program in state statute; providing incentives for coordination between school districts and community mental health centers; creating the mental health intervention team program fund in each school district; authorizing certain students to participate in activities that are regulated by the Kansas state high school activities association; authorizing certain nonpublic school students who enroll part-time in a school district to participate in nonpublic school activities; requiring each school district to post certain enrollment and academic information on the school district's website; authorizing any student with a parent or guardian employed by a school district to enroll in and attend such school district without entering the school district's open-seat lottery process; requiring consideration of homelessness when determining enrollment status of a student under school district open-enrollment procedures; authorizing members of school district boards of education to receive compensation from the school district for work and duties performed; authorizing the use of current-year student enrollment to determine state foundation aid under the Kansas school equity and enhancement act; continuing the 20 mill statewide levy for schools; increasing the number of school districts that qualify to finance a cost-of-living weighting and increasing the maximum amount of such weighting; amending K.S.A. 72-1137, 72-3123, as amended by section 16 of chapter 94 of the 2022 Session Laws of Kansas, and 72-5159 and K.S.A. 2022 Supp. 72-3126, 72-5132, 72-5142 and 72-5462 and repealing the existing sections.

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House - Conference Committee Report was adopted; - 04/28/2023

On roll call the vote was:

Yea - (83):

Anderson, Awerkamp, Barth, Bergkamp, Bergquist, Blew, Blex, Bloom, Borjon, Bryce, Buehler, Butler, B. Carpenter, W. Carpenter, Clifford, Collins, Concannon, Corbet, Croft, Delperdang, Dodson, Donohoe, Droge, Ellis, Eplee, Essex, Estes, Fairchild, Francis, Garber, Gardner, Goddard, Goetz, Hawkins, Hill, Hoffman, Hoheisel, Houser, Howe, Howell, Howerton, Humphries, Johnson, Kessler, Landwehr, Lewis, Mason, Maughan, Minnix, Moser, Murphy, Neelly, Owens, Patton, Penn, Pickert, Proctor, Rahjes, Resman, Rhiley, Robinson, Roth, Sanders, Schmoe, Schreiber, Seiwert, A. Smith, C. Smith, E. Smith, Sutton, Tarwater, Thompson, Titus, Turk, Turner, Underhill, Waggoner, Wasinger, Waymaster, White, K. Williams, L. Williams, Younger,

Nay - (37):

Alcala, Amyx, Ballard, Boyd, Carmichael, Carr, Curtis, Featherston, Haskins, Haswood, Helgerson, Highberger, Hougland, Hoye, Jacobs, Martinez, Melton, Meyer, D. Miller, S. Miller, V. Miller, Ohaebosim, Oropeza, Osman, Ousley, Poskin, Probst, L. Ruiz, S. Ruiz, Sawyer, Sawyer Clayton, Schlingensiepen, Stogsdill, Vaughn, Weigel, Winn, Woodard,

Present but not Voting - (0):

Absent and Not Voting - (5):

Carlin, Neighbor, Poetter Parshall, Thomas, Xu,

Not Voting - (0):