Category Archive: Jessamine County Board of Education

Aug 22

Agenda for Jessamine County Board of Education’s Aug. 25 meeting

The Jessamine County Board of Education will have its regular monthly meeting at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 25, with a work session to precede at 6 p.m. Below is a link to the agenda for the meeting, which will take place at the Royse administration building at 871 Wilmore Road in Nicholasville. Agenda August 25, …

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Aug 13

Jessamine County Board of Education approves bonds for Warner renovation

The Jessamine County Board of Education approved a bond sale for the Warner Elementary School renovation during a special meeting Monday. The approved construction bid for the project was $10,146,000, with a total project cost estimated at almost $12.3 million. The board had been moving forward with the project anticipating the use of bonds for …

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Aug 12

Bandy files for re-election as member of Jessamine County Board of Education

Incumbent school-board member Hallie Bandy announced Tuesday she would run for re-election. The filing deadline for candidates for Jessamine County Board of Education, Wilmore mayor and Wilmore City Council is 4 p.m. Tuesday. Bandy was first elected to the seat in 2010 and faced no opposition then. Former board member Arnold Prewitt has also filed …

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Jul 30

Athletic director asks Jessamine County Board of Education to wait on proposal for wrestling until next year

Athletic director Ken Cox told Jessamine County Board of Education members Monday that the district would wait to consider a proposal to add high-school wrestling as a sport until next year. Local business owner David Ashford had asked the board to consider the move during at its June meeting. Kentucky High School Athletic Association assistant …

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Jul 30

Jessamine County schools may be able to send take-home work for up to 10 snow days, count as attendance days

The Jessamine County Board of Education approved a request Monday to apply for non-traditional student attendance days in the coming school year that would allow the district to count snow days as instructional days if students complete take-home work. If the request is granted by the Kentucky Department of Education, the district could request the …

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