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JAG National Awards and Recognition

Classes of 2016 and 2017

Presented at the

34th National Training Seminar

Las Vegas, Nevada • July 12-14, 2017

 

5-of-5 State Performance Outcomes for the Class of 2016 (19th Consecutive Year!)

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.

 

Senior

Class of

Graduation

Rate

Civilian Jobs/Military Positive Outcome Full-time Placement Full-time Jobs Further Education
2016 95% 69% 90% 86% 74% 41%
Virginia

2002-2016

96% 73% 91% 92% 74% 43%
JAG Standards 90% 60% 80% 80% 60% No

Standard

 

JAG Peak Performance Award

JAG-Virginia achieved peak performances in the following program applications in the Classes of 2016 and 2017.  The ranking is in comparison to the 32-state JAG National Network individual rankings. (SR=Senior and MY=Multi-Year)

 

Class of 2016                                                               Class of 2017

Full-time Placement MY-SR: 1st                                    Average Barriers SR: 5th

Further Education SR: 7th                                              Average GPA SR: 4th

Graduation Rate SR: 6th                                                Participation Count SR: 6th

Military Service MY-SR: 10th

Unable to Contact Rate MY-SR: 1st

Unable to Contact Rate MY: 1st

Unable to Contact Rate SR: 2nd

 

5-of-5 Program Performance Outcomes for the Class of 2016

Seven 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: Manchester High School (Chesterfield Co); The Academy at Virginia Randolph (Henrico Co); Petersburg High School; Burton Center for Arts & Technology (Roanoke Co); Russell County Career & Technology Center; Smyth Career & Technology Center; Washington County Career & Technical Education Center.

 

2017 Outstanding JAG-Virginia Specialist

Bryant High School (Fairfax County), JVG Specialist, Carmen Urso, received a monetary award provided by donations from JAG National Board members and Strategic Partnerships LLC.

 

Specialist Recognition

  • Connie Wyatt, Smyth Career & Technology Center – Average Competency Attainment – Senior  
  • Beth Conner, Chesterfield Alternative  – Bottom 25 Class Standing Rate – Multi Year