Members of the Parke Heritage High School Jobs for America’s Graduate (JAG) class competed in the District Contest on Jan. 26 at Ivy Tech in Terre Haute. Lorelei Osterhoudt placed third in public speaking. Also participating in the contest were Will Patton, career presentation; Cade Mabry, Creative Solutions; Matthew Owens, Critical Thinking; Avery Myers, Critical Thinking; Cadence Studebaker, Critical Thinking; Kenadie Cooper-Arizmendi, Writing Skills; Brenna Mager, Writing Skills; Natalie Alexander, Digital Design; and Brad Ratcliff, Outstanding Senior. The contest is a chance for JAG students to practice what they have learned, network with other JAG students from the region as well as meet employers in the area. The JAG program is a state-based, national non-profit organization dedicated to helping high school students achieve success through graduation. Kimberly Snodgrass is the instructor of this program. If you would like more information, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Picutre are front row, Brenna Mager, Natalie Alexander, Avery Myers, Will Patton, Kenadie Cooper-Arizmendi and Lorelei Osterhoudt; and back row, Cade Mabry, Cadence Studebaker and Bradley Ratcliff.