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JAG-Virginia for the 20th consecutive year was recognized for achieving the “5 of 5” State Award for the Class of 2017 presented at the 35th National Training Seminar in New Orleans, Louisiana, July 8-13, 2018.

5-of-5 State Performance Outcomes for the Class of 2017: JAG-Virginia achieved JAG-National Standards in five high-performance categories: Graduation Rate, Positive Outcomes Rate, Aggregate Employment Rate, Full-time Jobs Rate, and Full-time Placement Rate.

5-of-5 Program Performance Outcomes for the Class of 2017

Twelve JAG-Virginia programs achieved JAG-National Standards in five high-performance categories: Graduation Rate, Positive Outcomes Rate, Aggregate Employment Rate, Full-time Jobs Rate, and Full-time Placement Rate. Congratulations to: Charlottesville High School; Grayson County High School; Lee-Davis High School, Hanover County; Manchester High School, Chesterfield Co; Petersburg High School; Randolph-Henry High School, Charlotte Court House; Russell County Career & Technology Center; Smyth Career & Technology Center; Stonewall Jackson High School, Prince William County; The Academy at Virginia Randolph, Henrico Co; The Phoenix Center, Chesterfield County; and Washington County Career & Technical Education Center.

2018 Outstanding JAG-Virginia Specialists

JVG Specialists, Kristie Bradley – Lee-Davis High School in Hanover CountySharon Owens – Russell County Career & Technology Center

These Specialists received a monetary award provided by donations from JAG National Board members and Strategic Partnerships LLC.

Specialist Recognition

Connie Wyatt, Smyth Career & Technology Center – Unable to Contact Rate – SR

Mary Walker, Washington County Career & Technical Center– Class of 2017 Aggregate Jobs Rate – MY-SR– Class of 2018 Average Barriers – SR

Rebecca Mullin, Petersburg High School – Class of 2018 Diversity Rate – MY

Download Awards Document: NTS Awards 2018

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