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Coronado Village’s “Torobots”

Place at Alamo Regionals

Non-Stop Summer Reading

Right Around The Corner

An invitation from Dr. Montoya

Judson ISD is committed to producing excellence by

our continued focus on individual student’s needs and

their plan for success. Reading is a big part of that

commitment. Research has shown that continuous

reading opens the door to a child’s academic success,

impacts the love to learn and leads to higher academic

achievement across

the board.

With that in mind, I am very

excited to announce that the

Non-Stop Summer Reading

initiative is gearing up again

for this summer. We’ve

partnered with Scho

lastic

Books to provide each Kinder

through 5th grade student at

Title One Campuses with a

l

iteracy pack. It includes a

back pack filled with a set of exciting books for your child to

enjoy, complete with some fun activity sheets to keep their

mind sharp and creative. These books are authored by popular

writers with engaging characters and story lines.

In JISD, we know that our students are our core value to every decision we make. This effort is a way to

work together in giving kids a fun and exciting way of nurturing a love of reading and learning that we want

them to maintain their entire life. On behalf of the JISD Board of Trustees, than you for allowing us the

chance to carry out that mission with your student.

It takes hard work and a real love for what you're doing to be

successful. That's what the robotics team at Coronado Vil-

lage Elementary School knows from experience. After plac-

ing first at the First Lego League Championship Qualifier

Contest earlier this year at Rolling Meadows, the Torobot

team from Coronado Village ES went on to compete at the

Alamo FLL Championships at the Convention Center down-

town. The Torobots came away with 2nd place! That beat

out many teams composed of students much older and some

with more experience. The reason...they went the extra mile

in preparation. While other students were maybe soaking up

the sun at the beach during spring break (nothing wrong

with that), the Torobots were getting their routine and

presentation down to perfection.

Dr. Montoya reading to students at

Woodlake ES