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New Year Opens With New Faces At Banner County School

Banner County School opened the new academic year with a number of new staff members and the distinction of being the first Panhandle school to establish the JAG NE program for students to explore career options.

Superintendent Evelyn Browne told the Observer on Tuesday that JAG NE, which stands for Jobs for American Graduates Nebraska, is a program supported by United Way of the Midlands.

Browne said JAG NE students in grades 7-12 take part in problem-based learning activities to help them explore career options, identify interests, and develop skills that help prepare them for post-secondary...

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