LEXINGTON, Ky. (WTVQ) – Fayette County Public Schools will break new ground by having a booth at Lexington’s Pride Fest on June 29, according to the Lexington Herald-Leader.
FCPS Superintendent Manny Caulk held up a t-shirt at the Board of Education’s monthly meeting on Monday that said, “Erase the Hate,” according to the report.
“The LGBTQ community represents our students, our families, and equally important, our colleagues that I have the pleasure of working side by side with each and every day and so we will have a booth to hand out brochures and information about Fayette County Public schools,” Caulk said.
“There’s still much more work that has to be done and we are not going to back away from doing that work,” added Caulk.
He also said school district officials will have a presence at other festivals throughout Lexington.