By Amelia Orwick firstname.lastname@example.org At least 200 people attended Hispanic Heritage Night on Thursday, Oct. 9, at Brookside Elementary, where food, art, music and dance represented Hispanic cultures from Honduras to Mexico. Students and parents from Brookside, Nicholasville, Red Oak, Rosenwald-Dunbar, Warner and Wilmore elementary schools were present at the event, which rotates among the …
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The “Educhasers” team that includes current and former teachers and administrators from Jessamine County Schools completed the Bourbon Chase relay over the weekend, with the focus of their running there at the start and the finish. The group has raised money this year for Shawn Carlstedt, a Rosenwald-Dunbar Elementary School teacher who lost her hands and …
Running for Shawn: Jessamine Bourbon Chase team raises money for teacher who survived illness, lost hands, feet
Current and former Jessamine County educators are dedicating their fourth Bourbon Chase race to one of their own as they raise money for a teacher who overcame a life-threatening illness but had her hands and feet amputated. The “Jessamine County Educhasers” have run in the 200-mile relay across central Kentucky the last three years, often …
Brookside Elementary School will host a district-wide Hispanic-heritage night Thursday, Oct. 9, from 5:30-7 p.m. at the school, located at 199 Brookside Drive in Nicholasville. The night will feature student artwork, dancing and singing related to Hispanic heritage as well as samples of authentic foods from Spanish-speaking countries.
Warner Elementary School welcomed grandparents of first- and second-graders for lunch on Friday, Sept. 12, and grandparents of third-, fourth- and fifth-graders Friday, Sept. 19. The intermediate students are currently attending school in the unrenovated portion of the Jessamine Early Learning Village building during the comprehensive renovation of the main Warner building.