LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- JCPS's Board Chairman wants to make the district a "safe haven" for students affected by the President's Immigration order.
A draft resolution is being proposed that says JCPS officials will resist requests from federal immigration officials to share information about students or their families without a court order.
Board Chairman Chris Brady says the resolution aims to stand up for JCPS families and make sure they feel safe.
He says some students have already expressed concern following the President's order.
The resolution is expected to be taken up at Tuesday's board meeting.