Some big games coming up this weekend that will have a big impact on the district standings. Believe it or not there are only two regular season games left for both Judson and Wagner. Judson travels to Smithson Valley to take on a tough Ranger team while Wagner will be at Rutledge Stadium to take on Steele. Both games start at 7:30 pm and fan presence will be a huge help, so be the 12th man out there and fill up the seats and support our teams.
The Judson Education Foundation is a nonprofit organization committed to supporting students and teachers financially through scholarships and grants. It does this through mobilizing resources and developing community partnerships. Leadership of this important organization is important and the JEF Board is open to new board members at this time.
During the school year, the JEF – Board of Directors meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month (7 times a year) for a 45 minute – 1 hour meeting. The directors adhere to bylaws and policies. Each director serves a 3-year term. The last day to apply for a position on the Judson Education Foundation is Nov. 8, 2016.
If you would like to be considered for a position on the Judson Education Foundation – Board of Directors, please CLICK HERE and fill out the form.
The Judson Education Foundation will review and vote on the new board members at the December 13, 2016 meeting. New members will be asked to attend their first meeting on January 10, 2017.
Olympia Elementary celebrated Red Ribbon Week with different themes each day allowing students to dress up in a way that supported being drug free. The last day was crazy hair day to support the overall theme - Crazy About Being Drug Free. Students were very creative in sporting some wacky and unique hairstyles on the final day. Riley Guckian and Avery Harwood are spotlighted here, but there were many great "do's" for the day.
Students at Hopkins Elementary have been learning the history and culture of events during Hispanic Heritage Month. The families of Hopkins Elementary came together to celebrate the Hispanic culture by sharing a pot luck dinner and dance to learn about each other's culture.
Monday was the first day of early voting for the 2016 Presidential Election. JSTEM staff showed their patriotic spirit by wearing the colors red,white and blue to work. The Red, White & Blue Jeans Day at JISD gave a chance for all staff to show students the importance of civic responsibility and exercising your right to vote. So get out there and vote because Your Vote Counts!