RICHMOND, Ky. (AP) -- A central Kentucky county is set decide whether to begin full-day kindergarten in the fall of 2014.
An Oct. 10 vote has been set before the Madison County School Board.
Board voted Sept. 9 to set property tax rates calculated to increase revenue from existing property by 4 percent with the understanding the money would be used to fund full-day kindergarten.
Superintendent Elmer Thomas is on board with the concept of all-day classes for kindergarten.
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