West Jessamine High School student Rosemary Alden has been named 2015 Rogers Scholar

Jessamine County student Rosemary Alden has been selected by The Center for Rural Development to attend the 2015 Rogers Scholars program.

Rosemary, a sophomore at West Jessamine High School, will join 63 high school students from Southern and Eastern Kentucky this summer for the 18th annual Rogers Scholars youth leadership program. 


Preschool Registration

Registration/Screening dates for the 2015-2016 school year held at the Jessamine Early Learning Village

Tuesday May 26, 2015    10:00a.m. – 1:00p.m. and 3:30p.m. – 6:30p.m.       Preschool registration/screening (3 & 4 year olds)

Tuesday May 26, 2015    3:30p.m. – 6:30p.m. Preschool tuition registration/screening  (4 year olds)

Wednesday May 27, 2015  10:00a.m – 1:00p.m. and 3:30p.m.- 6:30p.m.  Preschool registration/screening  (3 & 4 year olds)


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SBDM Council Elections—Make Your Vote Count!?

SBDM council parent representative elections will take place in most of our schools this month or next and present an incredible opportunity for you to become involved in your child’s school.  SBDM councils have school-level authority to make impactful decisions involving curriculum, instruction, budget, personnel, and scheduling, as well as responsibility for facility-management and student-related issues.  As a parent, your vote has the potential to dramatically impact your child’s education, as those elected will share in policy decisions that affect many aspects of student learning.

Participating in our SBDM elections is crucial, but there are also other ways that you can become involved.  Communicate with the parent council members; they represent you!   Share feedback and your views on the important decisions that they face.  You might also consider volunteering as a committee member. All schools have committees that work on specific issues including curriculum, discipline, and facilities. These groups make reports and recommendations to the SBDM council for policy consideration and provide a way for you to become involved on issues that are of particular interest to you.  Or how about running for the SBDM council?  Parents can nominate themselves or be nominated by someone at the school.  Check with your child’s school for election information or contact your school principal with further questions. 

Please know that you can make a difference in your child’s education.  Decades of research studies show that when parents are involved, students have increased motivation, improved self-esteem, better attendance and higher grades.  When schools and families work together to support learning, everyone benefits:  parents become empowered,   teacher morale improves, schools are more effective and communities grow stronger.   And, most importantly, students perform better in school and in life. 


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