Judson ISD

Board Recognitions 10-19-17

Pledge leader was Allazay Renay Maldonado. She is an outstanding 5th grader from Miller’s Point Elementary. She is a member of student ambassadors, the school’s Honor Roll and participates in Mrs. Liles’ Before School volunteer program. She is also active in her community.


Our Board Recognition this evening comes from the JSTEM Academy. The school within a school located on the campus of Judson Middle School has been named as the Project Lead The Way Gateway Showcase School. JSTEM is the only middle school in the state of Texas to be awarded this honor. This evening we want to recognize the teachers at JSTEM that have helped develop such a high level of engagement, rigor and consistency in the engineering design and research for this kind of curriculum.  These teachers are:

Lydia Ayala, Russell Baskin, Sally Bancroft, Ashtine Elliot, Joseph Jacobson, Meghann Latimer, Melissa Martinez, Randall Ohman, Jennifer Robinson, and Danielle Smith.
The Director of the JSTEM Academy is Dawn Worley.

Judson Theater Students Advance In Competition

Left to right. Jaden Cervera, Analissa Valdez, Alexis Patterson

Theater students recently converged on Ronald Reagan High School for the annual "Dutch" National Qualifying Tournament.  The team from Judson High School made a huge impression on the contest with over half of the team making it to the final round.  They took two national bids as well as two more state qualifers and ended the event earning their second Sweepstakes Trophy of the season. Congratulations on such great performances and good luck at the next step.  Their coaches are Larry Bailey and Larissa Brien.

Congratulations, JISD Football All-Stars

San Antonio is an incredible hotbed for high school football.  You'd be hard pressed to exceed the level of talent anywhere else in the state.  That's one of the reasons the U.S Army All-American Bowl is played each year at the Alamodome right here in San Antonio.  Both Judson and Wagner have players that will be on the field for the annual game that is played each year typically after New Year’s Day.  The game is set for January 6th at 5 pm and will be televised on KMYS-TV.   Congratulations to these JISD student athletes for this great honor.

Wagner Thunderbirds

Sedryk Hernandez DE

Spencer Buford OT


Judson Rockets

Brody Stoepler LB

Keith Jefferson WR

Kolbe Harris OT

Coaching the East Team will be Smithson-Valley Coach Larry Hill while Boerne Champion's Keith Kaiser will head up the West Team. 

It's HAMMERBOWL Time! Judson-Wagner

It's always a great game with each school's tradition of competition, colors, bands, cheerleaders...you name it.  Throw out the records because anything can happen at this game.  Both teams are heading down the back stretch of the regular season and have played quality opponents in one of the toughest UIL districts in the entire state.  Let's all show up and support our student athletes on the field and at the same time show respect to the opponent.  It should be a fun time and a great opportunity to see some of the best high school athletes in the city right in our own backyard.  

JLA Teams Up To Help Hurricane Victims

Judson Learning Academy held their own drive to help out those affected by Hurricane Harvey. The donations were collected by the school and personally delivered by JLA Principal LaTanya Baker and staff to Katy Academy. What a wonderful way to give back! (pictured L to R: Sabrina Trejo - JLA ELA Teacher; Johnike Shuler - JLA Career Tech Teacher; LaTanya Baker - JLA Principal; Heather Devires - Katy Academy Principal)