Two more new teachers join the ranks at Clinton County High School for the 2017-18 school year.
Ms. Jessica Ndiaye - English
Ms. Jessica Ndiaye graduated from Clinton County High School in 2010. Throughout her school career at Clinton County High School, she was a member of the golf team. She also played basketball up until her freshman year. She loves being around sporting events of any kind and would maybe like to try her hand at coaching one day. She is married and her husband currently coaches the boys’ soccer team for the high school. Together, they have an infant son, nearing toddler stage (though she does not know how that is possible), who is the light of their world and the love of their lives. He loves to play soccer and be outside any chance that he gets. While at CCHS, Jessica also worked as a member of the yearbook staff, and was voted Class President for the 2010 graduating class. She went on to Lindsey Wilson College where she graduated in 2013 with a BA in Communication and Media Relations. She has since then been pursuing a master’s degree in Teaching, Secondary English with an additional focus on Special Education. Jessica believes that teaching is a work of heart and it runs deeply within her bloodline, as her family includes retired educators, administrators, or others who are still employed by the school district in some fashion. She looks forward to forming relationships with her students and furthering their educational experiences. She is excited to be back in her hometown with the people she knows and loves. Ms. Ndiaye feels very blessed with the opportunity to give back to her community.
MAJ (Ret) Melissa Ramsey – JROTC Instructor
Major Ramsey is a native of Houston, Texas. She is a retired Army Veteran with 27 years. Major Ramsey earned a bachelor’s degree in Business/Health Administration from Wayland Baptist University and a master’s degree in Human Resource Management from Tarleton State University, Texas. She has traveled to many places and decided to make Kentucky her home. During her off time, she enjoys being outdoors, on the lake, camping, running and spending time with her family. She is married with two children and three grandchildren. This is her first JROTC position. Major Ramsey is excited about being here and becoming part of the team.