Booker T. Washington Elementary

Lexington, Kentucky

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  • Back to School Rallies in Lexington

    Each year, the YMCA of Central Kentucky, in partnership with Fayette County Public Schools, sponsors and community partners, hosts the annual neighborhood Back to School Rallies.  The rallies provide elementary, middle and high school students with free full-size backpacks and school supplies.  

    Click Here for a list of sites and for the new Drive Thru proceedues.


     

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  • School adopts a new dress code for the 2020-2021 academic year

    Dress code 

    (Posted July 8, 2020)


     

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  • Registration open for 2020-21

    Enrollment requirements & paperwork

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  • Donte Tichenor FCPS names Tichenor as new principal

    FCPS Superintendent Manny Caulk has announced the selection of Donte Tichenor as principal at Booker T. Washington Elementary, effective July 1, 2020.

    Tichenor started his career as an admissions counselor and career transition specialist with the Job Corps program, helping teenagers and young adults prepare for the world of work. From there, he went to work as a case manager with a private mental health provider, supporting families in crisis. Feeling called to education, Tichenor joined FCPS in 2009, and since then has served as a substitute teacher, paraeducator, social studies teacher, behavior interventionist, and dean of students. In 2018, he was selected to lead the Informational Technology Academy at Bryan Station High School; and for the past year, he has served as the professional growth and effectiveness coach at Booker T. Washington Elementary. He holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Kentucky and two master’s degrees from Morehead State University, one in teaching and one in instructional leadership. 

    “Booker T. Washington’s students and school community will benefit from Donte’s deep connection to the community, his unwavering belief that all students can achieve at high levels, and his deep commitment to serving Booker T. Washington,” said Elementary Schools Chief Lisa Smith, who oversees the school. “He brings a varied background including being a social worker, behavior specialist, academy principal, and PGE coach at the elementary level.”

    (Posted May 5, 2020)


     

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