Jessie M. Clark Middle School
Lexington, Kentucky
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Sep 4, 2012 • Jessie M. Clark Middle School
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Clarence Page: Can college kids take a joke?

Feb 6, 2015 • Lexington Herald Leader
Chris Rock has stopped performing on college campuses, he said in a recent interview, because college audiences are getting "way too conservative." "Not like they're voting Republican," he said in an interview with Frank Rich published in Vulture. "But ... More

Students testify at House Committee

Feb 24, 2015 • Lexington Herald Leader
Lexington Herald-Leader is pleased to provide this opportunity to share information, experiences and observations about what's in the news. Some of the comments may be reprinted elsewhere in the site or in the newspaper. We encourage lively, open ... More

Fayette schools redistricting becomes contentious as neighborhoods organize

Dec 17, 2014 • Lexington Herald Leader
They are among hundreds of people across Lexington attempting to have their voices heard as Fayette County's schools go through a contentious redistricting process. Attendance boundaries are being examined for all elementary, middle and high schools. More

Mentoring program helps boys at Dixie Magnet Elementary show respect and ...

Jan 24, 2015 • Lexington Herald Leader
Gerald Gibson, left, and Greg Howard, right, talked after Gibson led an OMAC (Operation Making A Change) team class at Dixie Magnet Elementary, 1940 Eastland Parkway in Lexington, Ky.,Tuesday, January 20, 2015. Gibson, an intervention specialist with ... More

You're not seeing double; there are 113 sets of twins at the University of ...

Dec 21, 2014 • Lexington Herald Leader
"In this case, seeing double, triple — or even quadruple — is a good thing for the University of Kentucky," said spokesman Jay Blanton. "The numbers of twins, triplets and quadruplets on our campus reflects our continued growth and the fact that more ... More

In Obama's 2016 budget plan, death hastens taxes

Feb 24, 2015 • Lexington Herald Leader
WASHINGTON — An old adage says the only two certainties in life are death and taxes. President Barack Obama is proposing a new twist: accelerated taxes on retirement savings after death. Obama wants to change the way the government taxes 401(k) ... More

Jessamine County schools have snow days, but students are doing their class ...

Feb 20, 2015 • Lexington Herald Leader
Like districts across Kentucky, Jessamine County Public Schools had snow days this week, but Emerson Hambrick, a first grader at Wilmore Elementary, didn't miss a beat with his school work. Still in his pajamas, Emerson practiced his spelling words by ... More

Kentucky study suggests that out-of-school suspensions can hamper even ...

Jan 20, 2015 • Lexington Herald Leader
At Lexington's Paul Laurence Dunbar High School, for most violations, instead of out-of-school suspensions, students serve their punishments in school under close supervision, keeping up with classroom work and receiving interventions that could help ... More

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