FLISA: Education for Children, Fairness for Taxpayers

The Mission of National 7002 (Formally Section 8002) Impacted Schools is to secure federal funding which reimburses eligible districts for tax revenue lost (for student programs) due to the federal governments removal of land from the local tax roles; such revenue to be used for the public education of students. Click here to learn more about who we are.

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  2. June 20 - June 21 - FLISA Summer Meeting 2024
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FLISA News

December 10, 2023

Executive Director Schneider Attends OASIS Conference Tom Schneider, the FLISA Executive Director, was asked to speak at the Oklahoma Association Serving Impact Schools in November.

FLISA Executive Director Tom Schneider speaker at OASIS (Oklahoma Association Serving Impacted Schools)

December 2, 2023

The FLISA Membership committee is preparing to publish their "Reasons to Join FLISA" document that they have been working to complete during the last Summer and Winter Meeting. Committee Chairperson Bob Reichert is putting the finishing touches on the document which will, hopefully, be published at the Winter, 2024 meeting. This is some of the important work that takes place during our FLISA meetings. Just another reason FLISA meetings are vital to advancing the cause of Impact Aid.


November 12, 2023

FLISA's past-president, Craig Hutcheson, superintendent of Kittatinny Regional School District, is the secretary of the NAFIS board of directors. As board secretary, Hutcheson will work with other board members from across the country and other NAFIS Sub-groups to guide the association’s public policy priorities.  Hutcheson has served on the NAFIS board for four years and has participated in every NAFIS conference since he was appointed superintendent at Kittatinny in 2007. Craig was the President of FLISA in 2021.


October 10, 2023

Tom Schneider, Executive Director of FLISA was invited by our the NIISA Executive Director to attend that organization's conference in December.  This informative conference provides inside into the many positive outcomes of impact aid dollars in our partner Native American schools.