State Rep. Bob Damron, D-Nicholasville, spoke to the East Jessamine Middle School Student Senate on Wednesday, Oct. 22, as part of the Legislators in Schools program.
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West Jessamine Middle School’s sixth-grade Wrangler students of the month for October are Joylynn Goh and Diego Moreno. The students were recognized at school Friday morning. The awards are given for responsibility, good citizenship, academic excellence and going above and beyond student responsibilities.
Students at West Jessamine Middle School sported blue fingernails last week in recognition of their pledge against bullying. This was the third year of the school’s “pinkie pledge” program that began when sixth-graders approached youth-service-center director Bobbye Ball with the idea. Student leaders sat outside the cafeteria Thursday, Oct. 9, and those leaving the cafeteria …
Thirteen students from West Jessamine Middle School were selected for the American Choral Directors Association’s State Honors Choir. The students are sixth-graders Paige Harrod, Palmer McNeal, Marissa Moberly, Tyler Tackett, Margaret Rothchild and Caleb Ward; seventh-graders Wesley Preston, Luke Hutcherson, Luke Luchtenburg, Cassidy Napier and Robyn Sakowich; and eighth-graders Lauren Baker and Nate Yates. Approximately …
Several East Jessamine Middle School students are among the national winners of the 2014 Junior American Citizens Contest from the Trabue Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. In the creative-writing category, eighth-grade student Aleah Archer’s poem and sixth-grade student Juliette Hanney’s short story won national honorable mention. In the …