Archive for May 2023
Local artists aid students in launch of new creativity program for youth
Local artists helped students from Topeka and Junction City launch a new program to help youth develop their creativity in a positive way.Read More
Topeka organization cites creativity and expression as vital tools in youth development
Creative Pathways and Means held an event Friday allowing young people to express their own creativity in a comfortable environment. They were also able to hear directly from local artists, and break out into sessions to explore the creative process for themselves.Read More
Kansas Insurance Department awards scholarships to finalists of financial literacy essay contest
Kiowa County JAG-K student Karina Martinez claimed second place in statewide financial literacy essay contest.Read More
McPherson Superintendent Discusses JAG-K with career specialist and regional manager (audio)
In this episode of 418 Focus on Ad Astra Radio, Dr. Vincent talks with Skylar Hill and Katelyn Loecker about the role JAG-K plays in helping students #findtheirgreatness.Read More
Two EHS Jag students place in top 10 at nationals
Two Emporia High School sophomores placed in the top 10 in national competitions during the JAG National Career Development Conference in Orlando last week.
Kameron Welch placed third in career preparation and A.J. Hase placed ninth in prepared speaking.
JAG-K students put Kiowa County schools on the map
The Kiowa County JAG-K program qualified 20 students (13 high school and 7 junior high) for the annual JAG-K Career Development Conference that was held at McPherson College. For the first time ever, the Mavericks were able to finish 1st place in the high school division. Also for the first time ever, USD 422 finished 1st in the middle school division as well!Read More
Great Bend High School Senior Receives National JAG Scholarship
Ashley Reddig, a senior at Great Bend High School, was announced recently by JAG as one of 35 Kenneth M. Smith Scholars nationwide who will receive $2,000 toward their college education.Read More