The Judson Independent School District will be hosting a spring job fair coming up for professional positions Saturday, April 8, 2017 at Veterans Memorial High School from 9 am to 3 pm. Campus principals will be at this event and may interview applicants on the spot. They are looking for teachers, nurses, librarians and counselors. So if you're wanting to start a new career or you just make a quality switch, here's the chance.
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STEM Day has been such a popular event over the last several years and it's getting bigger with more active and engaging exhibits each time. It's been at Northeast Lakeview College in the past, but this year it will be at Wagner High School. The number of tech groups and companies continues to get more impressive each year with organizations like Youth Code Jam, Boeing, Texas A&M Engineering and Nepris coming, just to name a few. Plan on it...April 8, 2017 from 9 am to 1 pm at Wagner High School. Take a look at the flyer for more information.
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The 2017 JISD Bond is a proposal for voters' consideration on the May 6th election ballot. The Judson ISD Board of Trustees called for the bond in its February 2017 regular meeting. It involves construction at Veterans Memorial High School. JISD invites everyone to two 2017 Bond Forums that will be held next week. The first will be at Veterans Memorial High School - Cafeteria on March 29, 2017 at 6:30-7:30 pm. The second will be at Woodlake Hills Middle School – Cafeteria on March 30, 2017 at 6:00-7:00 pm. These forums will be information and the public is invited to hear the details of the proposal and ask questions.
Bond Forum 1: Veterans Memorial High School - Cafeteria, 7618 Evans Rd, San Antonio, TX 78266 6:30-7:30 pm
Bond Forum 2: Woodlake Hills Middle School – Cafeteria, 6625 Woodlake Pkwy, San Antonio, TX 78244 6 to 7 pm
There's nothing like hearing the sounds of young voices singing in a great venue like the Performing Arts Center. The Judson ISD Elementary Honor Choir performed recently at the PAC and it was a sweet sound the soul. Here are a few pictures from the performance.
The JISD Senior Citizen Prom was again a successful event as the community's mature adults showed up at Judson Early College Academy to show the youngsters how to party down. Sure, there probably weren't any "prom-posals" that seem to popular these days, but then again at the Senior Citizen Prom a person could go stag, with a big group or with a special someone. Any way they came, they had a great time dancing to the favorites from the past 50 years...or so. We want to thank all those who sponsored the event and organized it including Government and Community Relations Director Marisa Perezdiaz and Lexie Greathouse from the Communications Department.