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Entries Tagged as 'Achievements'

Rising Star At Veterans Memorial

Veterans Memorial junior Sarah Raffel was recently selected as the recipient of the Rising Star award by the Assistance League of San Antonio. She was nominated by a former teacher based on her previous writing work. While she won with an essay she wrote for the contest, writing samples from her previous schools also helped in the selection process. She was surprised in one of her classes by Assistance League officials, Principal Greg Brauer, and Dr. Ball.  Congratulations! She will read a poem that she has written at a Gala at the Witte Museum in March.

   

Medals Abound For JISD Academic Decathlon Students

Judson ISD high school students did a wonderful job at this year's Texas Academic Decathlon. 10 students earned 22 medals. Congratulations! The Texas Academic Decathlon provides high school students a chance to experience rigorous academic competition through participation in team activities in a number of different subject matters. At the same time, the organization involves members of the business/industry community as active supporters to promote academic excellence. Through long term relationships, developed through joint participation, it all benefits the students and the community.

TAKE A LOOK AT OUR STUDENTS' RESULTS

Counselors Getting State Recognition

Olympia ES Counselor Aimee Hadas Crest Award Winner and Judson HS Counselor Joanne Cruz semi-finalist for Texas School
Counselor of the Year. 

Our JISD counselors do an amazing job every day. The district and Dr. Ball hosted a special luncheon for these employees that do so much on our campuses. At this luncheon two of the district's counselors were recognized for their professional excellence that has garnered recognition from state organizations.  Aimee Hadas was selected as a CREST (Counselors Reinforcing Excellence for Students In Texas) Award Winner and Joanne Cruz was also recognized as a semi-finalist for Texas School Counselor of the Year.  

JECA Senior A National Merit Finalist!

Judson Early College Academy student Noah Zuckerman was named a National Merit Scholar Finalist. Noah enjoys English and the usage of the language as well as the sciences and spending time with this family. While Noah is still considering his options, he is seriously considering attending the University of North Texas next year. National Merit Scholars are announced in May. We wish him luck in his future.

    

National Signing Day, Judson Rockets

Athletics is one way of continuing one's education after high school...many times on some great scholarships.  National Signing Day was exciting for Judson High School...especially for these students and their families. It's a chance to continue both their athletic and academic careers by making a commitment to take their skills to the college level. We congratulate these student-athletes in this big step.

Judson High School

Jahleel Rice- Blinn College
Corey Parks- UT Permian Basin 
Aniyah Spencer- Texas A&M Commerce 
Samari Crane- West Texas A&M
Daniel Williams- Navarro College
Kenyon Morgan- Navarro College