Chief Ramon goes to Washington
The police department is family oriented, always taking
care one of another. Although Ramon sometimes has to
say no to certain decisions, her decisions are always in
the best interest of everyone.
Her job has its challenges – she cooperates with police
departments in Kirby, Converse, Selma, Bexar County,
Universal City, Cibolo, San Antonio and Live Oak.
This year, Ramon established a new elementary patrol
program, where all the elementary schools in the area
are divided into four sections and one officer is as-
signed to protect a cluster of four elementary schools.
Officers assist traffic control, check campus, meet with
parents, provide resources, and with this new program,
the officers would have faster response time.
“We’re a well rounded and diverse group,” Ramon said.
“Many officers stay late. We appreciate their families.
We just work hard and strive for the best for JISD and
Personally, Ramon is a big Fiesta enthusiast, collecting
all the medals and passing them out to others, trying to
spread the Fiesta spirit wherever she goes. She also en-
joys fishing on weekends and even competes in fishing
tournaments with her family.
Ramon has a 23-year-old daughter, a Judson alumni,
who works in East Central ISD, working her way to go
through the police academy herself. The Chief’s hus-
band, Joseph Ramon, is the
DA instructor at the alter-
Being a part of the Veter-
ans of Foreign Wars, Post
4676 in Universal City,
Ramon is the auxiliary
president while her hus-
band is commander, both
giving a lot of community
service for the veterans in
She also is a member of is the Fisher House at Fort Sam
Houston, helping the foundation raise money for
wounded warriors. Ramon also finds time to serve as
the treasurer and the third vice-president for the Hispan-
ic American Police Command Officer’s Association.
“I always say life’s too short [and although] there’s
never enough time to get everything accomplished,”
Ramon said, “with the help of others, we try to get oth-
ers involved, to give back to the community.”
JISD, Cuellar & NLC Host STEM Day
Judson ISD, Congressman Henry Cuellar and North-
east Lakeview College have collaborated again this
year to host the 2016 Edition of STEM Day.
STEM Day will feature experiments and hands on ac-
tivities assembled by some of the biggest names in the
technology, science and engineering worlds. AT&T,
Boeing, the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, CPS
Energy, UTSA Chemistry and Tesoro just to name a
few. Special guest speakers include Congressman
Henry Cuellar and Captain Barrington Irving...the
youngest person to pilot a plane solo around the world.
It's all happening Saturday, April 16, 2016 at Northeast
Lakeview College from 9 am to 1 pm. Make plans to
see where STEM is going in the future.