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Open Records Requests


The Daviess County Public Schools district is committed to compliance with Open Records laws. The Secretary to the Board of Education is the custodian of all Board records. The Secretary shall ensure compliance with KRS 61.876 to provide public access to public records and to ensure the security and orderly maintenance of the records.


Individuals wishing to request copies of eligible documents and information should submit a request in writing to the Secretary to the Board of Education, who is designated as the DCPS custodian of records. Requests may be mailed or delivered to:

Daviess County Public Schools
attn: Open Records Request
1622 Southeastern Parkway
Owensboro KY 42303


Requests may also be submitted by email to

Call 270-852-7000 for more information.


The request form with required information is available HERE.
Note: It is not required to use this form, but the request for open records must include the information included on this template. Please include exact or approximate date or date range of requested record(s).


"The Kentucky Open Records & Open Meetings Acts: A Guide for the Public and Public Agencies" is posted on the website of the Kentucky Office of the Attorney General and is available HERE.


The DCPS Board of Education policies and procedures, including those relating to Open Records Requests, are posted on the district website at  Go directly to that page HERE or at the link below. Click "Search Manual" at the top of the page, then enter keywords "Open Records" in the search window. Click dropdown arrows to view the related policy or procedure.

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