In response to the executive order issued by Governor Greg Abbott on May 18th,Judson ISD will encourage but not require face coverings beginning June 5, 2021 at any JISD school or facility. This applies to all students, staff and visitors. Anyone who would like to continue to wear a mask, may choose to do so.


    👩🏽‍💻 HOMEWORK


    Top 10 Homework Tips 👈🏽📖

    What does the scholarly research tell us about best practices for homework?

    1. Homework may have nonacademic benefits such as learning the importance of responsibility, managing time, developing study habits, and staying with a task until it is completed (Cooper, Robinson and Patall 2006; Corno and Xu 2004; Johnson and Pontius 1989; Warton 2001).


    2. The amount of homework completed by students seems to be more positively associated with student achievement than the amount of homework assigned by teachers. For example, some research has shown that students who spend more time on homework score higher on measures of achievement and attitude (Cooper 2001; Cooper, Lindsay, Nye, and Greathouse 1998).


    3. Students with learning disabilities benefit from homework under certain conditions, if appropriate supervision and monitoring are provided (Cooper and Nye 1994; Rosenberg 1989).


    4. Too much homework may diminish its effectiveness. While research on the optimum amount of time students should spend on homework is limited, there are indications that younger students benefit from smaller amounts of time on homework. When students spend more time than this on homework, the positive relationship with student achievement diminishes (Cooper, Robinson, and Patall 2006).




    Please see the JUDSON ISD STUDENT HANDBOOK AND STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT 2022-2023 for the most updated version of the grading policy. In the case of extenuating circumstances, it is the parent/guardian and students' responsibility to inform the teacher, so any exceptions may be considered. Please be sure to sign up with the Parent Center to keep track of your child’s progress.


    Please make special note of the information regarding the following pertinent information:

    • Elementary Grading Scale - page 90

    • Citizenship (Conduct) Grading Scale - page 91

    • Makeup Work - 119

    • Homework -116

    • Promotion and Retention - pages 91

    • Report Cards/Progress Reports and Conferences -93



    The team believes in structured and equitable classrooms that promote safe learning environments for all students within our community. In our learning community, we encourage and expect learners to conduct themselves in ways that show respect for themselves and others. 

    Wolf Pack Creed

    If a student is not following classroom expectations, there are consequences that follow:

    • 1st offense: Verbal Warning- The student is specifically told that his/her behavior is inappropriate and is redirected.

    • 2nd offense: Behavior Slip sent home- parent's signature will be required.

    • 3rd offense: Parent phone call- If the event is semi-serious or has become a habitual situation, the teacher will call home to discuss the issue.

    • 4th offense: Office referral- Student’s behavior is of a serious nature. The teacher will call the parent to notify him/her that an office referral is being written and forwarded to the office. Once an administrator receives the referral, she will also call the parents.

    **Poor behavior choices that endanger the safety of others or are destructive to school property can result in an immediate office referral.**