Category Archive: Jessamine County Board of Education

Jul 11

Former police officers Branscum, Prewitt file for seats on the Jessamine County Board of Education

With the deadline a month away, only two candidates have filed for the two seats up for grabs on the Jessamine County Board of Education. Both are former Nicholasville police officers who do not currently sit on the school board. The two seats on the ballot in the 2014 general election are for districts 4 …

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Jun 25

Warner Elementary School traffic pattern changes after KDE denies Hoover Drive plan

Chris Howard with the Lexington-based Carman engineering firm described the old and new plans for traffic at Warner Elementary School to the Jessamine County Board of Education during a Monday meeting. (Photo by Jonathan Kleppinger)

Bus traffic and parent traffic will flip-flop in the renovation of Warner Elementary this year after the state education department denied a request to create a cul-de-sac on Hoover Drive. During pick-up and drop-off times at Warner, traffic has been backed up on Wilmore Road near the intersection with Hoover. The plan to construct a …

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Jun 20

Jessamine County Board of Education meeting agenda for June 23, 2014

Below is a link to the agenda for the Jessamine County Board of Education’s agenda for its regular monthly meeting Monday, June 23, in the Royse administration building at 871 Wilmore Road in Nicholasville. The meeting begins at 7 p.m. and is preceded by a 6 p.m. work session. Agenda June 23, 2014 Board Meeting

Jun 03

Warner Elementary renovation set to go after Jessamine County Board of Education approves low bid from Wilburn

The comprehensive renovation to Warner Elementary School is set to start June 16 after the Jessamine County Board of Education approved the low construction bid for the project Monday night. The low base bid of $8.2 million came from contractor D.W. Wilburn and was $228,000 lower than the next lowest from Trace Creek Construction. Including …

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May 20

Jessamine County Board of Education denies proposal to expand energy-manager position

The Jessamine County Board of Education unanimously denied a proposal to expand its energy-manager position from part-time to full-time Monday night. The district’s current energy manager, John Clemons, is shared with four other districts and spends half his time in Jessamine County. The move to full-time would have cost the district $27,114 for the 2014-2015 …

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