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Persistence and dedication pays off for youth resident at graduation ceremony at the Kansas Juvenile Correctional Complex (KJCC).
Blake, whose real name is being withheld for privacy issues, arrived at KJCC without a high school diploma or GED. On Friday, June 17th that changed as Blake and his 16 classmates, dressed in full cap and gowns, in front of friends family and peers received their diplomas from Lawrence Gardner High School (LGHS). LGHS is the educational provider for KJCC, operated through a contract with the Kansas Department of Corrections and Smoky Hill Education Service Center in Salina.
The following is the Public Comment Offender list for the Hays Public Comment Session, which will be held on August 11, 2016. Please note the following Parole Eligible months are listed; October 2016, November 2016, December 2016, January 2017, February 2017 and March 2017. Their Parole Eligibility hearing will be conducted the month prior to their Parole Eligible month.
Barton Community College graduation spotlights inmate who dropped out of school at 11 years old.
Larned Juvenile Correctional Facility (LJCF) staff Mary Ann Haynes, John Stiers and Rebecca Shottenkirk-Lawson will be among those recognized at Governor Brownback's Quarterly Employee Recognition Ceremony in Topeka on May 25.
As a former high school student in Abilene, 18-year-old Dylan, whose real name is being withheld for privacy issues, had never considered graduating a goal or even relevant. But Thursday, earning a diploma had new meaning for the Larned Juvenile Correctional Facility (LJCF) resident whose expected release is in 2018.
Pomp and circumstance returned to Lansing Correctional Facility (LCF) Thursday with the graduation of 55 inmates earning their GED and industry-recognized certificates.
Whether you work at a Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC) correctional facility or a regional field office, odds are that some of your first days on the job are spent with the KDOC's Staff Development Team.