JAG Hosts Annual Initiation and Installation

Written by: Alyssa Tyler, Reporter

On, Oct. 10 the Jobs for America’s Graduates-Kansas (JAG-K)  held initiation and installation, at BLHS. Officers were sworn in and agreed to their duties in the program.

“It was quick and easy, I’m sure people didn’t get bored. Overall I think it went really well,” said president Kyleigh Raun.

Officers roles and duties in the JAG program include, planning community service events, set up college tours, guest speakers and help other members figure out what they want to do outside of high school.

“I personally record monthly newsletters that are sent up to the JAG headquarters. Which is actually really important because if we don’t do that we won’t reach the requirement. I also help other officers planning events,” Sophomore Marissa Thurston said

“JAG cannot be defined by a few words. It’s that class that everyone says that they want. It teaches you how to pay bills, how to file taxes. It teaches you everything you need to know about life outside of high school,” said Raun.

Over the school year, the JAG class will plan more community service events.