JAG program prepares students for the work place

   Teacher Wayne Lemoine (standing) presents a lesson on leadership to a JAG class at LaSAS. Students pictured are (l to r, front table) Ronnie Littleton, Cody Dauzat, Joshua Augustine, (r to l, second table) Natalie Jeansonne, William Stephens (partially hidden), Destiny Ducote, and (r to l, third table) Joshua Bell and Ashlynn Arnold. {Photo by Raymond L. Daye}

   Students in the Jobs for America’s Graduates (JAG) class at Marksville High visited the newspaper offices recently. Those on the field trip included (from left) , are (front) Anzley Holt, Jasmine Jacobs, Morgan Lacour, Patricia Noblin, Lindsey Normand and Lydia McKay, and (back) Dillan Pearson and Austin Deshautelle. JAG teacher Kirby Roy is in the far background. {Photo by Raymond L. Daye}

Not every student who graduates from high school will go on to college and become a doctor, lawyer, banker or business executive. But those students need to be prepared to go into the work place

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