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T-Bird Band Winding Up Successful Year

The Wagner High School Band did a thing this year...
It is coming off another great year. The year started back in July with summer band and will be ending with our spring concert on May 3. Throughout the year, the band has earned a number of awards.

Marching Band
1st place in 5A at the Rocket Review Marching Contest. Winning captions for outstanding percussion and auxiliary
2nd place USBands Yamaha Cup (group IV) and advance to finals. The winning caption for outstanding percussion
Superior rating at UIL Marching Contest (all three judges awarded the band with a superior rating)
Superior rating at Bands of America Super Regionals Championships in San Antonio
3rd place in prelims and 5th in finals at the USBands National Championships Western Edition
Invited to the 2019 Battle of the Flowers parade. The band will be performing on Friday, April 26 

Winter Guard
1st place at the TECA Scholastic AA at the Medina Valley HS Invitational
1st place at the TECA Scholastic AA at the Madison HS Invitational
2nd place at the TECA Scholastic AA at the McCollum HS Invitational
1st place at the TECA Scholastic AA at the Warren HS Invitational
Will be competing for TECA Zone Championships at Southwest HS on Saturday, April 13

 

Concert Band

 

Symphonic Band

Concert Band
Concert Band (sub-non-varsity) Excellent Rating on stage and superior rating in sight-reading at 
UIL Concert and Sight-Reading Contest
Symphonic Band (non-varsity) Superior rating on stage and a superior rating in sight-reading at 
UIL Concert and Sight-Reading Contest
Wind Ensemble (varsity) Superior rating on stage and a superior rating in sight-reading at 
UIL Concert and Sight-Reading Contest. Earning the Sweepstakes Award for Superior Rating in all three Areas (Marching, Concert, and Sight-Reading)

Wind Ensemble

Individual Competitions
Fifteen band members earned a spot in the All-Region Band and five advanced to Area.
The Wagner band earned 53 metals at UIL Solo and Ensemble and Seventeen advance to the UIL State Solo and Ensemble. 

Metzger SkillsUSA Students Soar At State

The Metzger SkillsUSA team took their talents to the state conference in Corpus Christi and showed they knew their way around the shop and the tools that create some awesome items.  Congratulations to these sharp students.

1st Place—Automotive Tool ID Exploratory, Jacob Estringel
Superior Rating—Job Exhibit Build, ”Resin Pallet Table” David Montez, Joseph Rodriguez, Harve Valenzuela, and Emma Nguyen.

Flyer Choir Hits High Note At Contest

The Kitty Hawk Middle School 6th grade (beginning) choir competed in the Directors Choir Music Festival and won three awards. The group picked up Superior Stage Performance, Best In Class, and Best Overall Award. These students worked very hard and simply did an incredible job winning the coveted Best Overall Trophy. That's fantastic. We hope to hear great things from these students in the coming years.

T-Bird Bowlers Rock The Alley

The Wagner High School Lady T-Birds for the first time in school history qualified to compete in the State Tournament. While they were knocked out in the first round, the experience proved invaluable for preparing for next year. With the entire varsity squad returning, 2019-2020 should prove to be an amazing season for the Lady T-Birds! 

 Additionally, Wagner High School’s Taylor Wiley qualified to compete in the Individual Boys’ State Tournament. To qualify, Taylor had to rank in top 32 bowlers in the state based on average! 


Taylor continued to dominate by winning the semi-finals match by over 40 pins. The single-game finals match was a great moment of bowling competition. Unfortunately, Taylor fell short 267 to 277 to finish as the 2nd best male high school bowler in the state!

Above all, we are very proud of these accomplishments! 

JISD Communications Picks Up TSPRA Honors

VIEW LISTING OF AWARDS

The Judson ISD Communications Department is a part of the JISD mission that spotlights excellence coming from our students and employees. In addition,  it shows how students and the community are served by the resources and pathways to success.  The Texas School Public Relations Association recently recognized JISD Communications with nine Gold Star Awards, 11 Silver Star Awards, and one Bronze Star Award. This was all capped off with a Best Of Category award in the "Video News/Information" category. 

  

The Gold, Silver, and Bronze awards were for projects that included photos, publications, flyers, social media, and logo creation. The JISD Communications Department is composed Multimedia Specialist David Rhoads, Business Partnerships/Social Media Coordinator/JEF Director Lexie Greathouse, and Director Steve Linscomb.