The Judson High School Cheerleaders will be conducting a cheer clinic on July 25 from 9:30 am - 12:30 pm at the Judson High School cafeteria. Registration starts at 9 am, performance for parents at 12:30 pm. Price is $25...T-shirts $10. More information and registration form is below.
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The Judson Education Foundation Youth Football Camp is hosted by Hall of Fame NFL star Eric Dickerson. Each year the response by community youth is outstanding and this year was no different. The reasons for its success are many, but ranking up there... the organization of the event, the great players and coaches that the kids get to learn from (including Eric himself), and the encouragement they get for really getting in there and working for what they want. We want to thank all the event sponsors, including Eric, who donated money and time to make this camp happen. Also thanks to the players/coaches who gave their time as well...David Hill, Eric, Anthony Miller, Andre Gurode, Leroy Irvin and Kody Zurek.
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Junior Dental Intern Zoe Albidres taking impression
When you watch a football game, one of the details you may not think much about is the protective mouth guard that each player must have. It's a safety tool that prevents so many injuries to the mouth and teeth. A number of local dentists and dental assistants volunteered their time and resources to help out Judson football players. They provided 130 players with custom fitted mouth guards at no cost to the students...a value of $350.00. The Judson Dental Internship Program teamed up with Dr. Campos, Dental Hygienist Paola Romero and several other dentists and dental assistants of the Greater San Antonio Hispanic Dental Association, UT Health Science Center Dental School, Campos Family Dental and Rolling Oaks Dental to make this happen. Thank you to everyone who took time for this valuable donation. They showed they are dedicated to promoting oral health and injury prevention for kids playing sports.
Dr. Campos taking impression
Judson Dental Intern Gwen Martinez and Zaria Hall taking impression
Hygienist Paola Romero taking impression
It really says something when a brotherhood of students athletes come together because they have a sense of teamwork and helping others...a sense that was reinforced by great coaches, teachers and of course parents. Current and former Judson Rocket football players got together recently to make a trip up to the San Marcos area to help people in that area that lost so much and are trying to piece together their lives again after the devastating floods. Coach Guy Anderson and Mark Sauceda headed up this group of young men to do some heavy lifting and some real nasty work to help clean up and offer support to flood victims. Many of these guys helping out know the thrill of winning state football championships, but the feeling you get when you give yourself and your time to someone who's lost everything? That's a feeling at a different level...Well, that's Rocket Pride at its finest. Well done guys.
Those helping out:
Mark Milligan played on 83 State Team
Steve Stone and Nathan Vajdos played on 92 and 93 State Teams
Brendon Clemons class of 2014 currently playing at SFA
Seniors that are about to graduate
Juniors that will be Seniors next year
It's great to see JISD student athletes recruited and given opportunities to take their skills and academics to the next level. The latest is Ethan Mueller who recently signed a letter of intent to play baseball for the Texas Lutheran University Bulldogs. We wish him the best in the classroom and on the diamond.