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Kingman High School Student Receives JAG Scholarship

Aubrey Thimesch, a 2020 graduate of Kingman High School, was announced Monday as a recipient of the 2020 T-Mobile Kenneth M. Smith Scholarship.
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HHS JAG-K junior headed to nationals for math competition

Hays High School junior Jonathan Rupe placed first at the state JAG-K competition this spring, qualifying him for nationals. Rupe said JAG-K has helped him do more than just hone his math skills.
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HHS student qualifies for National Student Leadership Academy in D.C.

More than 200 students from Jobs for America’s Graduates – Kansas JAG-K programs across the state participated in the organization’s annual State Career Development Conference (CDC)
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JAG students compete in virtual event

Southwest Kansas students who qualified to compete at NSLA, and the category, are: Natalie Radke, Garden City, second place in employability, Blair Holliday & Alexas Amos, Holcomb, first place in project-based learning.
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JAG-K Students Compete at Virtual State Career Development Conference

15 students qualify for National Student Leadership Academy in Washington, D.C.
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JAG-K student recognized as one of three Topeka High valedictorians, celebrates virtual graduation

On Saturday, hundreds of students in Topeka graduated virtually, including Trejon James, one of three valedictorian’s at Topeka High School.
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Jun 4 2020

HHS JAG-K junior headed to nationals for math competition

By Cristina Janney, Hays Post, June 3, 2020 - see the original article here Hays High School junior Jonathan Rupe placed first at the state JAG-K competition this spring, qualifying him for nationals. However, Rupe, 17, of Hays said JAG-K has helped him do more than just hone his math ...
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May 28 2020

HHS student qualifies for National Student Leadership Academy in D.C.

Original article in Hays Daily News, May 26, 2020 TOPEKA — More than 200 students from Jobs for America’s Graduates – Kansas (JAG-K) programs across the state participated in the organization’s annual State Career Development Conference (CDC), held virtually this year. Winners of the 10 different areas of competition held ...
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May 28 2020

JAG students compete in virtual event

Original article in Garden City Telegram, May 28, 2020 TOPEKA -- More than 200 students from Jobs for America’s Graduates – Kansas (JAG-K) programs across the state participated in the organization’s annual State Career Development Conference (CDC), held virtually this year. Winners of the 10 different areas of competition held ...
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