JRGS orientation held at DSLCC

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The incoming class of first-year students attending the Jackson River Governor’s School at Dabney S. Lancaster Community College recently attended an orientation session before the start of the school year.

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Medallion of Merit award photos

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The Medallion of Merit Award, presented to a community member within the service area of Dabney S. Lancaster Community College, has been reinstated by the DSLCC Local Board and Eddie Graham of Clifton Forge, an educator in the Alleghany Highlands for almost 50 years, was selected as the 2019 recipient.

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Graham Selected for DSLCC Medallion of Merit Award

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Eddie Graham (right), an educator in the Alleghany HIghlands for almost 50 years, was named the recipient of the prestigious Medallion of Merit Award by Dabney S. Lancaster Community College President Dr. John Rainone.

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DSLCC Hosts 35th Field Ecology Governor’s School

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For the 35th year, Dabney S. Lancaster Community College in Clifton Forge hosted the Field Ecology Summer Regional Governor’s School from June 10 to July 5. Thirteen students from five middle and high schools in the DSLCC service area learned about ecology by studying nature outdoors rather than in the classroom.

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JRGS Science Fair winners

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Front row, from left: Isaac Ruano, Covington High School; Tessa Jones, James River High School; Holden Kerr, Parry McCluer High School; and Thomas Laughridge and Daniel Holter, both from JRHS (Not

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Field Ecology Governor's School

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Field Ecology Governor's School

Recruitment activities are underway for the 2019 Field Ecology Summer Regional Governor's School to be held fro

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Science and Mathematics Career Studies Certificate

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First-year students who attended the Jackson River Governor's School at Dabney S.

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DSLCC To Launch Basketball Program, Fall 2019

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Dabney S. Lancaster Community College will launch a men’s and women’s basketball program in the fall of 2019, it was announced today by DSLCC President Dr. John Rainone.

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DSLCC Hosts 34th Field Ecology Governor's School

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For the thirty-fourth year, Dabney S. Lancaster Community College in Clifton Forge hosted the Field Ecology Summer Regional Governor's School from June 11 to July 6. Twenty-three students from six middle and high schools in the DSLCC service area learned about ecology by studying nature outdoors rather than in the classroom.

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JRGS Certificate of Appreciation

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JRGS Certificate of Appreciation

Gary Appel (left) was recognized for his years of service as an instructor of statistics and pre-calculus for the Jackson River Governor's School during the annual JRGS Scholars Banquet. Presenting the certificate of appreciation was JRGS Director Eddie Graham. Appel retired after 30 years of teaching at Dabney S.

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