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72-6445a.District formed by consolidation or disorganization; computation of state aid; time limitation. (a) (1) For the purposes of the school district finance and quality performance act, state financial aid for any district formed by consolidation in accordance with the statutory provisions contained in article 87 of chapter 72 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated, and amendments thereto, shall be computed by the state board of education as follows: (A) Determine the amount of state financial aid each of the former districts which comprise the consolidated district received in the school year preceding the date the consolidation was completed; and (B) add the amounts determined under (A). The sum is the state financial aid of the consolidated district for the school year in which the consolidation is completed.

(2) The provisions of this paragraph shall apply to any consolidation of school districts which is completed before  July 1, 2011. If any of the former school districts had an enrollment of less than 150 pupils on September 20th of the school year preceding the consolidation, the state financial aid of the newly consolidated district for the two school years following the school year in which the consolidation was completed shall be the greater of: (A) The amount received in the school year in which the consolidation was completed; or (B) the amount the district would receive under the school district finance and quality performance act prior to amendment by this section.

(3) The provisions of this paragraph shall apply to any consolidation of school districts which is completed on or after July 1, 2011. If any of the former school districts had an enrollment of less than 150 pupils on September 20th of the school year preceding the consolidation, the state financial aid of the newly consolidated district for the school year following the school year in which the consolidation was completed shall be the greater of: (A) The amount received in the school year in which the consolidation was completed; or (B) the amount the district would receive under the school district finance and quality performance act prior to amendment by this section.

(4) If all of the former school districts had an enrollment of at least 150 pupils but any had less than 200 pupils on September 20th of the school year preceding the consolidation, the state financial aid of the newly consolidated district for the three school years following the school year in which the consolidation was completed shall be the greater of: (A) The amount received in the school year in which the consolidation was completed; or (B) the amount the district would receive under the school district finance and quality performance act prior to amendment by this section.

(5) If all of the former school districts had an enrollment of 200 or more pupils on September 20th of the school year preceding the consolidation, the state financial aid of the newly consolidated district for the four school years following the school year in which the consolidation was completed shall be the greater of: (A) The amount received in the school year in which the consolidation was completed; or (B) the amount the district would receive under the school district finance and quality performance act prior to amendment by this section.

(6) If the consolidation involved the consolidation of three or more school districts, regardless of the number of pupils enrolled in the districts, the state financial aid of the newly consolidated district for the four school years following the school year in which the consolidation was completed shall be the greater of: (A) The amount received in the school year in which the consolidation was completed; or (B) the amount the district would receive under the school district finance and quality performance act prior to amendment by this section.

(b) (1) The provisions of this subsection (b) shall apply to school districts which have been enlarged by the attachment of territory pursuant to the procedure established in article 73 of chapter 72 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated, and amendments thereto.

(2) For the purposes of the school district finance and quality performance act, state financial aid for any school district to which this subsection applies, shall be computed by the state board of education as follows: (A) Determine the amount of state financial aid each of the former districts which comprise the enlarged district received in the school year preceding the date the attachment was completed; and (B) add the amounts determined under (A). The sum is the state financial aid of the enlarged district for the school year in which the attachment is completed.

(3) The provisions of this paragraph shall apply to any attachment of territory which is completed before  July 1, 2011. If any of the former school districts had an enrollment of less than 150 pupils on September 20th of the school year preceding the attachment, the state financial aid of the enlarged district for the two school years following the school year in which the attachment was completed shall be the greater of: (A) The amount received in the school year in which the attachment was completed; or (B) the amount the district would receive under the school district finance and quality performance act prior to amendment by this section.

(4) The provisions of this paragraph shall apply to any attachment of territory which is completed on or after July 1, 2011. If any of the former school districts had an enrollment of less than 150 pupils on September 20th of the school year preceding the attachment, the state financial aid of the enlarged district for the school year following the school year in which the attachment was completed shall be the greater of: (A) The amount received in the school year in which the attachment was completed; or (B) the amount the district would receive under the school district finance and quality performance act prior to amendment by this section.

(5) If all of the former school districts had an enrollment of at least 150 pupils but any had less than 200 pupils on September 20th of the school year preceding the attachment, the state financial aid of the enlarged district for the three school years following the school year in which the attachment was completed shall be the greater of: (A) The amount received in the school year in which the attachment was completed; or (B) the amount the district would receive under the school district finance and quality performance act prior to amendment by this section.

(6) If all of the former school districts had an enrollment of 200 or more pupils on September 20th of the school year preceding the attachment, the state financial aid of the enlarged district for the four school years following the school year in which the attachment was completed shall be the greater of: (A) The amount received in the school year in which the attachment was completed; or (B) the amount the district would receive under the school district finance and quality performance act prior to amendment by this section.

(7) If three or more school districts, regardless of the number of pupils enrolled in the districts, are disorganized and attached to a single district, the state financial aid of the enlarged district for the four school years following the school year in which the attachment was completed shall be the greater of: (A) The amount received in the school year in which the attachment was completed; or (B) the amount the district would receive under the school district finance and quality performance act prior to amendment by this section.

(8) Except as specifically provided by this paragraph for the allocation of state financial aid among districts, the provisions of paragraphs (1) through (7) shall be applicable to school districts to which this paragraph applies. If a school district is disorganized in accordance with article 73 of chapter 72 of the Kansas Statutes Annotated, and amendments thereto, and the territory of such district is attached to more than one district, the state financial aid for each school district to which any territory from the disorganized district is attached, shall be computed by the state board of education as follows: (A) Determine the amount of state financial aid received by the former district in the school year preceding the date that the disorganization and attachment was completed; (B) determine the amount of state financial aid received by the enlarged district in the school year preceding the date that the disorganization and attachment was completed; (C) determine the assessed valuation of the former district in the school year preceding the date that the disorganization and attachment was completed; (D) determine the assessed valuation of the territory attached to each enlarged district; (E) allocate the amount of the state financial aid received by the former district in the school year preceding the date that the disorganization and attachment was completed to each of the enlarged school districts in the same proportion that the assessed valuation of the territory attached to each district bears to the assessed valuation of the former school district; and (F) add the amounts determined under (E) and (B). The sum is the state financial aid of the enlarged district for the school year in which the attachment is completed.

History: L. 2004, ch. 124, § 1; L. 2006, ch. 165, § 2; L. 2008, ch. 172, § 8; L. 2009, ch. 130, § 1; July 1.



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