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T-Bird On Her Way To Yale

Wagner High School's, Kayleigh Larsen, was accepted to Yale University!  In her four years at Wagner, Kayleigh spent her time participating in athletics on the Varsity Volleyball, Basketball, and Soccer teams, the Editor of the TBird Times, as well as a member of IMPACT and PAM.
She is currently ranked 1st in her class and plans to double major in political science and global affairs at Yale next year. Congratulations Kayleigh!

Patriot Debate Students Move On To State

Congratulations to Sara Raffel and Aubrey Cimics, Veterans Memorial High School Juniors. They placed second at the UIL District CX Tournament at Boerne Champion on Friday, January 11. Their performance qualifies them for the UIL State CX Debate Competition in Austin in March. Sara and Aubrey are the first students from Veterans Memorial High School to qualify for a UIL State Debate Competition. 

Congratulations to the whole team: Kelly Durham and Terry Frazier, Sophomores. They placed sixth. And Catalina Ortiz, a Freshman who was the Alternate. 

Woodlake Hills MS Gets Special Visit By Dr. Ball

Woodlake Hills Middle School got a visit recently from Dr. Ball congratulating the campus for the TEA Distinction it received.  The distinction was earned by the school in academic growth. Principal Daniel Brooks and his staff gathered in the school cafeteria for a special presentation that included congratulations by Dr. Ball and the presentation of a plaque marking the achievement.  Excellence is growing at Woodlake Hills Middle School. 

    

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JISD Student Gets TV Time As Video Contestant

The BexarFest Multimedia Festival is a contest that encourages San Antonio-area students to learn more about communications and their community by telling the stories that change lives. It engages students with nonprofit organizations to produce videos that tell that group's story in a three-minute video.  For the organization, it allows them to get a high-quality product that it can use for marketing and informational purposes, while the students get real-world experience in the field of video production and working with a client.  Judson Early College Academy student Logan Roelofs was featured on KENS 5's Good Day SA recently for his participation in the event.  He appeared with BexarFest Executive Director Randy Lankford to explain what the event is all about and the fun students have with it.  You can take a look at the segment by clicking on the link below and check out the video entry from Logan and the JECA team. 

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JECA's Seven Star Celebration

Distinctions are one of the ways that the Texas Education Agency shows a measure of excellence in instruction and student performance. At the secondary level, there are seven possible distinctions that a school can achieve. Judson Early College Academy continues its history of academic excellence and again achieve seven out of seven possible academic distinctions.  That's a fantastic achievement considering those areas include ELA, Math, Science, Social Studies, Academic Growth, Closing Performance Gaps, and Post Secondary Readiness. JECA is in a relatively small group of campuses across the state that have earned all these distinctions and deserves recognition.  Congratulations to Dr. Juarez and her staff on this award of achievement. 

  

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