Saturday, August 30th, 2014

Pictures of the Charlotte Amalie High School JAG classes' 2013 Thanksgiving food drive presentation.  It brought in dozens of boxes of goods for Catholic Charities of the Virgin Islands. CAHS JAG Coordinator Josette Illis said this year's students put together 42 boxes over the past eight weeks.


 

Pictures of the Charlotte Amalie High School JAG classes' 2012 Thanksgiving food and toiletries drive presentation.  It brought in dozens of boxes of goods for Catholic Charities of the Virgin Islands. CAHS JAG Coordinator Josette Illis said the students put together 36 boxes over the past six weeks.


Pictures of the Charlotte Amalie High School JAG classes' 2011 Thanksgiving food and toiletries drive presentation.  It brought in dozens of boxes of goods for Catholic Charities of the Virgin Islands. CAHS JAG Coordinator Josette Illis said the students put together 22 boxes of food, 6 boxes of clothes and 3 boxes of toiletries over the past three weeks. On hand Monday to receive the donation were Gov. John deJongh Jr., Catholic Charities of the Virgin Islands Executive Director Michael Aiken, Department of Labor representative Cindy Richardson, CAHS Principal Carmen Howell, and Cira Burke, the Department of Education’s intervention services director for the St. Thomas-St. John District. Read more at http://stthomassource.com/content/news/local-news/2011/11/21/cahs-students-giving-needy-families-reasons-give-thanks


JAG-VI CAHS

4th annual Thanksgiving Food Drive

 Please help us reach our goal in collecting 50 Virgin H20 boxes of non-perishable or can food.

We are requesting that faculty: staff and students donate at least one non-perishable or can food.  Items or box can be dropped off in Room 204B or please contact Ms. Illis.

Thank You for Lending a Helping Hand!!  


WELCOME

Ms. Illis, CAHS JAG-VI Program Teacher

 

CAHS Plato Computer Room 204B ~ Mitel Telephone ext. 4554

Jobs for America, http://www.jag.org/

Virgin Islands Department of Labor, YouthNet, JAG-VI

For over three decades, JAG Model Programs have achieved extraordinary outcomes: keeping at-risk youth in middle school and high school through graduation; assisting JAG graduates in securing an entry level job leading to career advancement opportunities;  encouraging and helping JAG graduates pursue a postsecondary education; and providing program participants with competency-based classroom experiences.