BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (WBKO) - Bowling Green Independent Schools continue to fight the non-resident agreement approved by Warren County Public Schools.
At Monday's Bowling Green School Board meeting a motion to take possible legal action was approved. It's the latest in the ongoing disagreement between the two districts. Interim Superintendent for Warren County, Kathy Goff, says she has had no conversations with Bowling Green Schools.
"I think our board has been very fair. They have looked at their decision and they've made it so now we will go from here and of course Bowling Green Independent Schools will move forward with everything they have a right to do as well," says Goff.
Goff says Warren County and Bowling Green Independent Schools have always had a great relationship and they hope to continue that in the future.