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IN THE NEWS: Hays High School Senior

‘I knew I needed that second chance’ Hays Daily News: Juno Ogle Of the more than 170 Hays High School seniors who will cross the stage Sunday afternoon, eight of them in particular overcame some incredible odds for the honor. The eight are the first Hays High students to earn their diplomas under the Jobs…

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JAG-K brings National Championship back from Washington, D.C.

Allen Roberts National Champion Math Skills Maria Camacho-Rosales 3rd Place, Project Based Learning   TOPEKA – Allen Roberts, a senior in the Pratt High School Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas (JAG-K) program, was confident he had done well in the math skills competition at the Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) National ...
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AT&T helps JAG-K prepare students for successful futures

AT&T SPONSORS NEW PROGRAM AT SEAMAN HIGH SCHOOL TOPEKA (May 17, 2018) — Each year, AT&T funds $1 million to the JAG National Program and that funding is distributed to JAG State Affiliate Programs. In Kansas, AT&T donated $30,000 to sponsor a new JAG-K program at Seaman High School for ...
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Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas Thanks Colyer for Funding Support

JAG-K STATEMENT IN RESPONSE TO LINE-ITEM VETO BY GOVERNOR JEFF COLYER, M.D. KANSAS (May 16, 2018) - Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas (JAG-K) President/CEO Chuck Knapp released the following statement in response to Governor Jeff Colyer, M.D.’s line-item veto of a provision in the Fiscal Year 2019 Appropriations Bill that capped ...
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