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JAG News - Fall 2016

Region 7 JAG News – Fall 2016

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JAG Programs Receive National Recognition

5 of 5

For the first year ever, JAG has achieved the 5 of 5 National Performance Award.  The 5 of 5 Award measures Graduation, College Attendance, Job/Military Placements, Full Time Placement (combination of part time work, school, etc.) and Total Positive Outcomes.  Locally, our Region 7 JAG program has won this award every year that it has been awarded!


Scholarships

Indiana JAG programs are leading the way in scholarships awarded in 2016!

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JAG Programs Select Officers

Every year, the JAG programs in each school elect officers to lead their organizations.  The officers are responsible for helping to organize community service projects, lead fund raising efforts etc.

This year’s officers are:

Cloverdale:

President - Sincere Gaston

Vice President Leadership - Lily Davis

Vice President Community Service/Service Learning - Sean Johnson

Vice President Social Activities/Community Awareness - Skylar Price

Treasurers- Destinee Shipp and Payton Jannings

Secretaries- Briana Ulrey and Emily Minton


Northview

President - Tara Bell

Vice President - Jason Sanders

Treasurer/Financial Officer - Lincoln Buchholz

Secretary - Emily Livingston

Press Secretary - Britany Truxal



Riverton Parke

President - Justin Steinway

Vice President - Sierra Mason

Secretary - James Brown

Treasurer - Katlyn Valdes

Turkey Run

President - LaKrista Carver

Vice President - Tayler Bell

Secretary/Treasurer - Angel Trinkle

Sullivan

President - Gage Smitley

Event Planner - Emily Horton

Event Planning Assistant - Jaden Scott

Art/Visual - Tessa Carpenter

Vice President - Steven Gardner

Video/photographer - Meredith Lee

Historian - Deven Pool

Terre Haute South

President - Anteues Peterson

Vice President - Samantha Miles

Secretary - Hillary Duncan

Terre Haute North

President: Lauryn Taylor

Vice President of Leadership Development: Kayla Kelley

Vice President of Community Service: Mackenzie Boswell

Vice President of Civic Awareness and School Administrator Liaison: Stephanie Williams

Vice President of Career Development: Briella Ellis

Vice President of Social Awareness: Jalyn Fuller

Secretaries: Chyanne Gore, Shannon Carlson

Treasurers: Olivia Bevis and David Sears

Historians: Jaycob Tighe, Ciara Gibbons

Parliamentarian: Dawson Jenkins


Terre Haute North Welcomes Guest Speaker

The Terre Haute North program featured guest speaker Lonnie Bedwell.  Lonnie does not allow the fact that he is blind limit him from living an adven

turous life.  As a blind person Lonnie has scaled mountains, kayaked wild rivers and snow skied down advanced slopes. He talked about overcoming obstacles and not living with fear (false evidence about reality) or pity (poor information towards yourself).
THN Jag President Lauryn Taylor led the meeting and asked all officers to take a pledge to full fill the duties they have been elected to do.  The Vice President of Leadership Development assisted with the ceremony.   Students enjoyed a meal from China Wok.  JAG Members had invited four of their peers to attend the ceremony.  All students were respectful and ass

isted with the set up and tear down.  The meeting was held in the Teacher’s Lounge at North High School.

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Sullivan JAG Students Conduct Mock Car Crash

Every day teenagers are killed in automobile accidents.  To help illustrate the dangers of impaired or distracted driving, the Sullivan High School JAG students conducted their annual mock car crash.  The students partnered with local fire and rescue personel to show their fellow students the potential impacts of impaired or distracted driving after a halloween party.

http://www.mywabashvalley.com/news/sullivan-mock-crash-demonstration

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Terre Haute North JAG Hosts Halloween Carnival

The JAG students at Terre Haute North recently hosted a Halloween Carnival at the Ryyves Hall Haunted House. 

JAG students were there early to set up game stations.  This gave the young children something else to do while the haunted house tours occurred.  JAG students organized games and prizes for the children.  We had a toilet paper toss, a face painting table, a count the candy corn game, Halloween bingo, free apple teeth treats, and a broom/pumpkin race.   Prizes were given to the children as well.   It was a great success and our JAG students felt great about their service.  There were around 75 young children in attendance.  They enjoyed the games and interacting with the JAG students.

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