Update from Governor Laura Kelly
Governor Kelly Visits Shawnee Mission South High School to Discuss Importance of Fully Funding SPED
“Fully funding special education would benefit every student in Kansas. As we saw at Shawnee Mission South High School today, increased special education funding would allow Kansas schools to hire and retain more teachers, invest in sports and other after-school activities, and better support parents’ involvement in their kids’ education. Let’s ensure our public dollars go toward the public schools that give every Kansas student an opportunity to succeed.”
Governor Kelly Breaks Ground on New Kansas Health and Environment State Laboratory
“From stopping viruses in their tracks to keeping our drinking water clean, this new lab will be on the frontlines of keeping Kansans safe and healthy. But what excites me the most is that it will attract new talent to the area and address our public health worker shortage. KDHE is already hearing from job applicants that this new lab is part of the reason they want to come to Kansas. They want to be part of building the future of public health, and there’s no better place to do it than in a modern lab.”
Governor Kelly Wins Bet on Wildcats Against Michigan Governor, K-State Men's Basketball Advances to Elite 8
"I join the many Kansans who will be cheering on the K-State Wildcats Men's Basketball team this weekend against Florida Atlantic. The Wildcats have worked hard this season and deserve the very best. EMAW!"
K-State wins OT thriller to advance to Elite 8 Big 12 Conference