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JISD’s Dr. Carl Montoya

Superintendent On The Move

Since taking the office of JISD Superintendent,

Dr. Montoya has not let grass grow under his feet. He

has been active and representing the district in a

number of different ways. As a Certified Master

Peace Officer, he has a unique perspective on safety

and school security and he’s bringing that experience

to the Bexar County Sheriff’s

Office as a Reserve Deputy.

He was sworn in by Sheriff

Susan Parmaleau with JISD Board President Steve Salyer for-

mally pinning him with his deputy badge.

Also during the summer, Dr. Montoya was invited to a spe-

cial conference at the White House focusing on Career and

Technology Education. Judson ISD is known for innovative

CTE programs and he made the trip to brief White House and

Department of Education officials on what the district is doing to train stu-

dents for the current workforce market. CTE training will be an area of focus

and scholarship support by the federal government in the years to come and

it wanted to know what the country’s top programs are doing.

Last year Judson ISD

launched a new communica-

tion tool that allows and even

encourages the community

to voice questions, concerns,

suggestions or even compli-

ments. So far, the response

has been encouraging, the dis-

trict is expanding its response

team so when you submit a

question or concern, you’ll get

a response quicker.

Now we’ve brought in our

campuses to the list with which

you can communicate directly. You can

start a conversation with school decision

makers for quick responses.

It’s also expanding to mobile

devices. When your device scans the

QR code you see in the middle

of this article, it will take you to

the “Let’s Talk!” page where

you can get the conversation

going quickly. Most submis-

sions take only a minute. Have

a question about school bus

service for example? Go to

“Let’s Talk!” and click on Trans-

portation to ask. For any ques-

tions that don’t fit a category,

click on Anything Else On Your


Simple rig

ht? Even if

you’re still not sure, just

click HERE for a

quick explainer. So go


Talk!” is now accessible on your comput-

er or your mobile device…anywhere,

right now. Let’s talk…we’re listening.

JISD Superintendent Dr. Carl Montoya, is made Bexar County

Sheriff’s Deputy. JISD Board President Steve Salyer (Reserve

Captain) pins while Sheriff Pamerleau looks on

Dr. Montoya at White House Conference

JISD’s “Let’s Talk!” Goes

Mobile with QR Code