Category Archive: Jessamine Career and Technology Center

Mar 03

Fashion show, pageant at Jessamine Career and Technology Ceneter on March 25

The Jessamine Career and Technology Center fashion-marketing students are presenting the “Under the Mask” prom fashion show and sixth annual Mr. Jessamine County pageant March 25 at 7 p.m. in the JCTC multipurpose room. During this show, models and pageant contestants will display the hottest trends for all things prom 2015, masquerade gear, and self-designed …

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Mar 03

Oral-health workshop scheduled for March 12 at Jessamine Career and Technology Center

There will be a free oral-health workshop for parents and children Thursday, March 12, beginning at 6 p.m. at Jessamine Career and Technology Center. Dinner will be provided, and door prizes will be available, including gift cards to Walmart and Kroger, dental play sets, services from local dentists and dental-health supplies. Those interested can register …

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Feb 09

Jessamine Career and Technology Center’s open house rescheduled for Feb. 19

The open house at Jessamine Career and Technology Center has been rescheduled for Thursday, Feb. 19, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. The event was originally scheduled for Jan. 27 but was postponed after winter weather forced schools to close that day. High-school students and families are encouraged to attend. With registration for the 2015-2016 school year coming …

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Feb 05

Comer visits with FFA students at Jessamine County Clerk’s office

Kentucky agriculture commissioner James Comer, front and center, posed with Jessamine County judge-executive David West, left, county clerk Johnny Collier, right, and Jessamine County FFA students during a visit to the courthouse Monday. In back from left to right are Casey Simpson, Fabian Leon, Haley Woosley and Courtney Travis. In front of them are Jordan McKinney, left, and Bayleigh Maye. In front of them is Katie Puckett. In front of her are Courtney Walton, left, and Madison Walker. The three students in front from left are Lauren Dixon, Rosa Lowry and Joseph Brock. (Photo by Amelia Orwick)

Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner James Comer visited the Jessamine County Clerk’s office Monday to promote the state’s “Ag Tag” donation program. Comer, a 2015 gubernatorial candidate, met with Jessamine County FFA students on his stop, encouraging them to continue their agricultural leadership. Comer asks local residents to make a $10 donation when they renew their farm …

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Jan 14

Jessamine Career and Technology Center to host spring open house Jan. 27

Jessamine Career and Technology Center (JCTC) will hold its spring open house Tuesday, Jan. 27, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. High-school students and families are encouraged to attend. With registration for the 2015-2016 school year coming soon, eighth-grade students and families can also learn about career pathways and classes at the event. For more information, call Vanessa …

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