Pursuant to Senate Bill 1, 2021 Extraordinary Session, all Kentucky public school districts are required to submit their current COVID-19 School Operations Plan and any subsequent drafts to the Kentucky Department of Education for informational purposes. Districts may submit their plans to KDE using this form.


Kentucky Facilities Inventory and Classification System

Published: 9/2/2021 5:23 PM

KFICS Overview​

The Kentucky Facilities Inventory and Classification System (KFICS) allows the Kentucky (KY) Department of Education (KDE) to assess their K-12 public school buildings' physical condition and educational suitability in a standardized, fair, and equitable manner. KFICS provides the districts and their third-party architects the ability to collect, integrate, and maintain the assessed data for local ownership and transparency of it. The system supports a quality assurance component for KDE to review, confirm, and publish the data. KFICS also supports a standard scoring methodology for building conditions and educational suitability that is easily maintainable and uses construction industry standards.

Asset Planner (KFICS’s desktop version) permits KDE to create a State Report which ranks the buildings’ physical condition using a KY School Score. The KY School Score is an aggregate of the Condition Index (75%) and the Educational Suitability (25%) for a facility that has completed all set of audits and surveys required to qualify for the State Report. The data submitted by the districts or their third-party architects has to be reviewed and published by KDE before a facility is listed in the State Report.

Below you will find three links listing the last two official State Reports provided to the legislature, and the most current updated report:

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