Hs Diploma, GED Certified Graduation Date

Lt. Gov. Jacqueline Coleman and the Kentucky Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) held an opening ceremony last week to honor 48 young people with a high school diploma for the 2021-2022 academic year and an additional GED while being held by the DJ. Or care.

“Education is the key to building a brighter future for our entire community and I would like to thank the DJ teachers and facility staff for their investment in the leaders of the past school year,” said Lt. Gov Coleman. “For all of our graduates, the education you receive is the foundation you need to make a difference for you and your family. I look forward to seeing what you can accomplish. ”

For the 2021-2022 academic year, one of the many steps taken to curb the distribution of CVD-19 DJJ educational programs was to provide DJJ youth education services in both virtual and physical settings, in compliance with all Kentucky state standards and each institution. Complies with local school district plans to meet Kentucky Academic standards in accordance with 704 KAR 3: 303.

Students receive 6.0 hours of class per day at KRS 158.060 (3) and teachers in the DJ are fully certified by the Kentucky Professional Standards Board.

DJJ Commissioner Vicky Reed’s educational programs are an integral part of the rehabilitation services that young people receive at the institution.

“Our class is committed not only to the return of young people who go to our doorsteps, but also to become more productive citizens, to work and to nurture young people who will support their families in the future. Every young person should be left behind.

In addition, during the 2021-2022 school year, young residents received a total of 91 vocational certificates. Career opportunities include Free Building and Apartment Repair / Carpentry, Building and Apartment Repair / Electricity, Welding, Masonry, Horticulture, Business, Computer Training, Fiber Optics, Copper Cable, Home Audio, Energy Management, Telecom and Grading and Bonding.

Any young person under the supervision of a DJ is offered the opportunity to obtain a high school diploma, ACT Workkeys, attend online college courses, participate in work experience or, if necessary, pursue vocational and technical courses.

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