Renkoski Will Compete at JAG Nationals
Cassville High School Senior, Dylan Renkoski, has advanced to Nationals after his second place finish in Financial Literacy at the JAG Missouri Career Development Conference held in Jefferson City.
Nearly 300 Jobs for American Graduates, or JAG, students from across the state attended the conference held on April 4-5. The conference is an opportunity for JAG students to compete in events that develop the skills they will need to transition successfully into future college courses or careers.
Renkoski will compete in the National Career Development Conference in Dallas, Texas on May 4, 5 and 6. He is the son of Kami and Chris Stanton of Cassville.
"Dylan has been part of the JAG program since it came to Cassville in 2019-2020," said Mr. Nathan Fortner, CHS JAG teacher. "It's good to see his success in the program now as a senior. He will represent Cassville very well in a few weeks at the national competition in Dallas."
While at the state conference, CHS JAG members Kyla Deans and Brook Davis competed in the Project Based Learning division, Aubrey Remenar competed in Employability Skills and Chloe Moller competed in Career Prep.