Shining Star Award
The Superintendent Shining Star Award is meant to promote success in and out of the classroom. The student must exemplify outstanding characteristics both as a student and as a citizen of the community. The student must be able to handle many different aspects of student life while maintaining excellence in the classroom. This award is designed to recognize students who promote and take pride in Judson ISD, in their home campus, and in themselves.
To be nominated as Superintendent Shining Star Award, the candidate must be a current Judson ISD student. The student will leadership characteristics character in and out of the classroom as well as servant qualities within his/her community.. A student cannot receive the award more than once within a year.
Students will be nominated by Judson ISD faculty and administration each month. Each month the staff will have the opportunity to submit nominations.
The selected student's picture and name will be showcased during the month of recognition on the district website and social media accounts. The student will also be highlighted in district publications. The superintendent will present a Shining Star certificate to the student as well as a letter will be mailed home with a lawn sign for the parents.
September - Hunter Maloy, Kendall Dillard, and James Perez
We are so excited to celebrate the Superintendent’s Shining Stars for September!
Hunter Maloy, Fine Arts Academy at Olympia
Kendall Dillard, Converse Elementary
James Perez, Kirby Middle School
These students, selected by their campuses, show exceptional character and embody the Judson ISD’s Leadership Definition. The key components of which are: Treat People Well, Plan for Success, and Invest in Others.
These students show kindness, set goals for themselves, work hard and inspire others by being role models and leaders in their school communities.
We are so proud of these young Shining Stars and can’t wait to see the incredible things they will do in their futures!