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Two Lexington teachers headed to nation’s capital for ‘White House History Teacher Institute’ in July

Lexington teachers Aaron Cain from Henry Clay High School and Delvin Azofeifa from Martin Luther King Jr. Academy for Excellence have been selected to attend the White House Historical Association’s exclusive “White House History Teacher Institute” in July. During their week-long visit to Washington, D.C., the teachers will take a private tour of the White House, learn about new education technology...

MLK Academy’s Henry just third Kentucky teacher selected for Holocaust Museum program

Lisa Henry, who has taught at Martin Luther King Jr. Academy for Excellence for six years, has been selected as a Holocaust Memorial Museum teacher fellow. “We are all excited because there have only been two other teachers in Kentucky invited into the fellowship program since its inception 21 years ago, and both teach in Jefferson County, so it’s a definite first for FCPS,” said Henry, who...