Nicole Fielder of West Jessamine High School, Amanda Wahlstadt of Knox Central High School, Sahil Nair of Paul Lawrence Dunbar High School and Eliza Jane Schaeffer of Henry Clay High School testified in favor of a bill to allow a student on superintendent screening committees Tuesday February 24, 2015 in the Capitol Annex in Frankfort. They are members of the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team. Photo by Linda Blackford | Staff
Nicole Fielder of West Jessamine High School, Amanda Wahlstadt of Knox Central High School, Sahil Nair of Paul Lawrence Dunbar High School and Eliza Jane Schaeffer of Henry Clay High School testified in favor of a bill to allow a student on superintendent screening committees Tuesday February 24, 2015 in the Capitol Annex in Frankfort. They are members of the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team. Photo by Linda Blackford | Staff Herald-Leader
Nicole Fielder of West Jessamine High School, Amanda Wahlstadt of Knox Central High School, Sahil Nair of Paul Lawrence Dunbar High School and Eliza Jane Schaeffer of Henry Clay High School testified in favor of a bill to allow a student on superintendent screening committees Tuesday February 24, 2015 in the Capitol Annex in Frankfort. They are members of the Prichard Committee Student Voice Team. Photo by Linda Blackford | Staff Herald-Leader

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