Carley Franklin and Johannah Banks were recognized at the May JIS BOE meeting. They both had prefect attendance this school year. They were presented with a perfect attendance award and a check for $100 each. Both girls are also straight "A" students.
Junior Alyssa Fields was recognized by the JIS BOE at the May Board meeting. Alyssa was selected to participate in the Governor's Scholar Program. She will attend at Murray State University this summer. She was also recognized by the KHSAA as a "Triple Threat".
Carsen Watts, a second grade student at Jenkins Elementary , was selected to lead the May Board meeting in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Carsen, pictured above, was given a certificate of appreciation during the meeting by Paulette Sexton.
The student spotlight for the April Board of Education meeting was Delaney Johnson and Lynsey Anderson. Both of these students have already earned two associate degrees prior to their high school graduation in May of this year.
Raelynn Anderson, a third grade student at Burdine Elementary , was selected to lead the January Board meeting in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance. Avery, pictured above, was given a certificate of appreciation during the meeting by Board member Paulette Sexton.
Seventh grader Kimber Collins was presented with a trophy by JIS board Chairman Chris Bentley at the March board meeting. Kimber is the All "A" Classic Individual champion. Mr. Johnson also revealed a banner that will be hung in the gym at the Jenkins Middle High School Gym.
Coach Lee was presented with a plaque by Superintendent Damian Johnson at the March BOE meeting. The plaque was to honor all of the team's accomplishments for the season. The team had 18 wins this season which is the most by any Jenkins team in the last 23 years.
Jenkins High School basketball team was highlighted at the March BOE meeting. They had18 wins this season. That is the most wins by a team in the last 23 years. They finished ranked in the top 10 in RPI for the season. They also finished 2nd in rebounding as a team in the state for the year.
The Jenkins Archery Team was honored at the March board meeting. The team had 3 members that qualified for state; Layton Fleming, Emily Whitaker, and Kimber Collins. The team consist of 19 members, 9 of which are academic archers. That means they are successful in the classroom as well.
Fourth grade student at Burdine Elementary Amelia Pannell was selected to lead the reciting of the Pledge of Allegiance at the March Board of Education meeting. Amelia was presented with a certificate by JIS board member Sarah Brown.
Ian Hall, pictured above with JIS Board member Paulette Sexton, led the Pledge of Allegiance at the February board meting. Ian is a third grade student at Burdine Elementary.
Landon Thacker and Kinzleigh Damron qualified to compete in the State Academic competition and were recognized by the board during the February board meeting. Landon was presented with a certificate of appreciation by board member Charlotte Mullins.