Wagner ROTC Busy In Competitions

Wagner ROTC's Armed, Unarmed, Color Guard and Physical Training Teams have been putting their skills and discipline to the test lately in 3 area competitions...Stevens H.S., Clark H.S. and Central Catholic H.S.  They started their day at "O-Dark-Thirty" in the morning to get their uniforms and equipment ready for each big contest.  These are tough competitions because they are expected to perform a specific drill sequence for each event scored by active duty personnel.  The female color guard finished 3rd place at Stevens H.S. and the female physical Training Team finished 1st at Stevens and 1st at Clark H.S.  Congratulations to these cadets for representing their school so well.

 

 

 

 

 

Future Rocket Night...Prepare To Blast Off!

It always good to know a little something about what's coming down the road for you...it helps dial down the apprehension.  That was the intent with Judson High School's Freshmen Night.  A crowd of about 200 incoming freshmen and their families came to the event. It was a chance for them to meet with counselors, learn about new graduation requirements and tour the Judson High School campus to get their bearings. Judson seniors were also on hand to answer questions about academics, clubs, organizations and culture.

 

 

Wagner's Cheer Tour For STAAR Stops At Paschall

The folks at Paschall Elementary wanted to thank the Wagner Cheer Squad and the Wagner Drumline for their time and energy  encouraging their students for the STAAR exam.  It was a great event that motivated the kids to just do their best...that's all anyone can do.

Pictured below are Paschall Office Staff, Wagner Cheer Squad and Wagner Drumline. Special thanks to Kirsten Hadas, Anthony Willard and Milton fields for helping make it happen. 

Kirby MS Varsity Band Takes Sweepstakes

This time of year is when many school concert bands go to UIL Concert and Sight-Reading Contest.  Judson ISD is so fortunate to have such talented students in the field of music and great instructors that teach and encourage them towards excellence.  Kirby Middle School's Varsity Band earned another Sweepstakes Trophy at the annual Region 12 UIL Middle School Band Competition.  They were one of the 13 bands out of 24 in their category who earned the highest performing award of Sweepstakes. A big thank you goes out to all the parents who have been supportive and cooperative in getting students to rehearsals, donations and just time to prepare. It couldn't have happened without you.  

 

 

Metzger FCCLA Students Qualify For Nationals

Metzger Middle School Family, Career & Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) students went to state contest and made a huge impact.  They not only placed against all the other students across Texas, but also qualified for the national competition.  Even though the competition was very stiff, Jada Rhodes took 1st place in Recycle and Redesign JR and the team of Amaya Harris, Megan Smalley and Ayana Strasser placed 2nd in Chapter Service JR.  Because they did so well, they will now go on to the National FCCLA Competition scheduled for July right here in San Antonio.  Good luck everyone.