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Johnson County Adult Education was recently recognized as a Program of Excellence, marking the 13th consecutive year the organization has reached this milestone. Shown are: Phillip Gullett, Jennifer Leedy, Joey Conn, Diane Lafferty and Ron Hampton.
Johnson County Adult Education was recently recognized as a Program of Excellence, marking the 13th consecutive year the organization has reached this milestone. Shown are: Phillip Gullett, Jennifer Leedy, Joey Conn, Diane Lafferty and Ron Hampton.
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PAINTSVILLE – The Johnson County Adult Education program was recently honored as Program of Excellence by Kentucky Adult Education, marking the 13th consecutive year the program has achieved this milestone.


“It’s a testament to our staff and our students,” said Jennifer Leedy, who serves as director of the Johnson County Adult Education program. “People come to us from all aspects of life, but our goal is to work with them to get them on the path to success.”


Located on the Mayo campus of Big Sandy Community and Technical College, Johnson County Adult Education was one of only 39 programs in the state to earn this mark of excellence. To be a Program of Excellence, programs must meet certain criteria including overall achievement, academic performance and enrollment.


“We far exceeded the expectations set forth by the state because we truly care about our students and their career paths,” said Leedy. “Our students go into multiple career pathways once they complete our program, including jobs and post-secondary education.”


For more information on Johnson County Adult Education, contact Leedy at (606) 788-2827 or Diane Lafferty (606) 788-2887.

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