Category Archive: East Jessamine High School

Nov 07

West Jessamine High, East Jessamine High book clubs talk with young-adult author Smith via Skype

The West Jessamine High School book club hosted a Skype session with young-adult author Alexander Gordon Smith on Wednesday, Nov. 5, in the school library. The event was also attended by East Jessamine High School book-club students. (Photo submitted)

The West Jessamine High School book club, sponsored by library media specialist Molly Dean Stevens, hosted a Skype session with young-adult author Alexander Gordon Smith on Wednesday, Nov. 5. The club read his sci-fi/horror novel “Lockdown: Escape from Furnace” and had two book discussions before meeting the author via Skype. Smith spoke to the students …

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Nov 03

East Jessamine High School graduate Hahn commissioned by National Guard

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Zachary J. Hahn, 24, a 2008 graduate of East Jessamine High School and a 2012 graduate of the University of Kentucky, was awarded a commission in the Kentucky Army National Guard following his graduation from the United States Army’s Officer Candidate School. Second Lt. Hahn received his commission during ceremonies held at the state Capitol …

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Oct 29

Lowry, Agee named homecoming royalty at East Jessamine High School

East Jessamine High School students Ali Lowry, left, and Jonathan Agee were named homecoming queen and king at the Jaguars’ game against Franklin County on Oct. 3. (Photo submitted)

Oct 27

Video of East Jessamine High School junior Alex Slade’s storytelling at school-board meeting

East Jessamine High School junior Alex Slade performed a storytelling Dr. Seuss piece for the Jessamine County Board of Education on Oct. 27. See video below.

Oct 03

East Jessamine High School government students host voter-registration drive

Government students at East Jessamine High School held a voter-registration drive Thursday in the cafeteria. From left are Nathan Tanksley, Sarah Rainwater, Savannah Koenig, Jake Bryant and Ali Lowry. (Photo submitted)

Students in a dual-credit government course at East Jessamine High School registered 22 people to vote Thursday during a lunchtime registration drive in the cafeteria. Students in the Jacqueline Coleman’s advanced government class can receive college credit through Morehead State University

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