Category Archive: West Jessamine High School

Jul 16

West Jessamine High School’s Wade named Kentucky’s school-resource officer of the year

West Jessamine High’s school-resource officer, Sam Wade, talked about bullets and ballistics with a forensic-science class at Jessamine Career and Technology Center in May 2013.

The school-resource-officer program in Jessamine County added another feather to its cap last week as West Jessamine High School’s officer, Sam Wade, was recognized as the SRO of the year in Kentucky. Wade received the award from the Kentucky Association of School Resource Officers (KASRO) after he was nominated last school year by the school …

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Jul 14

West Jessamine High School graduate Warren receives $1,000 Kohl’s scholarship after coordinating food-packing event

Recent West Jessamine High School graduate Sarah Warren has received one of two $1,000 scholarships from Kohl’s for community service. Warren, 18, of Nicholasville helped coordinate a food-packing event that involved more than 80 students and put out more than 12,000 meals that were donated to the Christian Appalachian Project food pantry. Through the Kohl’s …

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Jun 06

Photos from West Jessamine High School’s Class of 2014 graduation

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West Jessamine High School held its graduation ceremony Friday at Southland Christian Church. See photos from the event below.

Jun 05

Students from Jessamine County to participate in Governor’s School for the Arts at Centre College

The Kentucky Center News release Seven Jessamine County students have been selected to participate in The Kentucky Center’s Governor’s School for the Arts (GSA) at Centre College in Danville from June 22 to July 12. During their three-week stay, 223 student artists from 42 counties will be immersed in a rigorous schedule of daily seminars, …

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Jun 05

West Jessamine High School Y Club hosts teacher ‘Jeopardy!’

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The Y Club at West Jessamine High School hosted a teacher ‘Jeopardy!’ quiz event Friday, May 30, in the school’s auditorium. Pictured above are teachers Mark Miracle, left, and Hallie Brinkerhoff.

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