Entries Tagged as 'Achievements'

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.

 

Judson HS One Act Play Students Keep Winning

Judson High School advanced to regional competition with a stirring production of "The Rabbit Hole."  The one act play features a mix of comedy and drama as it portrays how a family deals with a major loss. The group won three Honorable Mention Acting medals, one All-Star Tech, one All-Star Cast and Best Actor. The Judson troupe is now one of the top 24 in the state!!

Wagner VASE Students Show T-Bird Excellence

The Wagner Art Department had a record number of 54 students that submitted works this year in the Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE). The Region 20E event also set a record for number of entries topping 1,000 from San Antonio area high schools. Wagner brought its 54 entries and came away with 50 medals with 4 qualifying for state competition. The state competition in Bryan/College Station saw 3 out of the 4 students medal for their efforts.  Wagner truly has some very talented students who work very hard.

Wagner All Sports Signing Day

Athletics can be a great ticket to paying for a college education...and it's not always football.  Wagner High School hosted an All Sports Signing Day that brought together great student athletes from a wide variety of sports to sign their letters of intent to play their sport at the next level next year.  We wish them well and know they will tear it up on the field/court and be successful in the classroom. Congratulations!

        Marcellus Garrick – Maryville College – basketball
        Ashley Ross – Chipola College – basketball
        Kaelynn Wilson – San Jacinto College – basketball
        Corrina Moncada – Colgate University – volleyball
        Gabby Briggs-Foster – Cedar Valley College – volleyball
        Christian Williams – Colby College – Track/Field
        Jesus Zacarias – Huston-Tillotson University, soccer
        Jackie Sanchez – Oklahoma Panhandle State University – softball