Governor Applauds Russellville School District A+ Program Designation

Gov. Jay Nixon visited the Russellville High School campus Thursday, Jan. 6, and congratulated the school for its A+ designation. The A+ program provides two years of tuition and fees at public community colleges and technical schools for students who go through the program at an A+ designated school.


Russellville A+ Coordinator Trisha Black listens as Gov. Jay Nixon talks about the program to students at the school.


Students in Tina Sellner's class listen as Gov. Jay Nixon explained the importance of the A+ Program at Russellville High School Thursday, Jan. 6.


Russellville ITV student Becky Maier asks Gov. Jay Nixon a question during his visit to the school.


Cole R-I School District Superintendent Jerry Hobbs speaks about the A+ Program at Russellville as Gov. Jay Nixon listens.

For more pictures of Gov. Nixon's visit check out the Jan. 12 issue of the California Democrat.


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