Judson ISD

Entries Tagged as 'Campus Events'

Olympia Pumped Up For STAAR By Judson Dancers

The folks at Olympia Elementary had an exciting visit from the Judson High School Dancers to get everyone syched for the STAAR test. They left spirits high and the students pumped up to do their best and not sweat the rest.


Take A Drive-Help Judson FFA

One of the more popular events that helps raise money for the Judson FFA each year is the Drive-A-Ford fundraiser.  Coming up May 2 from 8:30 am- 5:00 pm at the Judson High School parking lot.  Just come by and spend a few minutes to check out and even drive a new Ford and Jordan Ford will make a donation to the Judson FFA.  It's quick, easy and has impact. On top of that, the Judson FFA is partnering with Project Graduation to sell refreshments, and there will be a host of vendors there with booths that will be offering products from Scentsy, Pampered Chef, Posh, RBFCU and the Plaid Armadillo.  Come on out, take a drive and help the Judson FFA!

Wagner Student Accepted to Air Force Academy Program

Judson ISD has a long tradition of ties to the military and Wagner High School now has its first student prepping to go to the Air Force Academy.  Patricia Patterson was accepted admission to the prestigious program.  The Air Force will indeed be getting a bright package of energy with Patricia. Along with this achievement, she has been a part of the Lady T-Birds Varsity Basketball team, a member of the National Honor Society and is in the top three percent of her class.  Patricia is also a First Sergeant of Bravo Company in Wagner's ROTC program.  Along with all those activities, she is also a Certified Nurse Assistant and stays active help others.  Congratulations to Patricia!

Wagner Spring Signing Day

When our high schools have student-athletes sign a National Letter of Intent to continue their athletic career in college, they try to make it a big deal...because it is.  At Wagner, they've had so many of them lately that they had a "Spring Signing Day."  We're thankful that they are a part of JISD and wish them all the best in the next chapter of their life and education. A special congratulations goes to Julie Mata who became a two-time State Girls Wrestling Champion and is the top ranked girl wrestler in the COUNTRY. She will be going to Missouri Valley College on a full athletic scholarship.  Congratulations to ALL these students:

Kiauna Clark, East Texas Baptist University, Volleyball
Dessiere Johnson, Pittsburg State University, Girls Basketball
Giovanni Collins, Coastal Bend College, Boys Basketball
Julie Mata, Missouri Valley College, Wrestling
Cortney Rhodes, West Texas A&M University, Bowling




Paschall Celebrates National Library Week

A child's school library opens up so many roads to their imagination and Paschall Elementary celebrated that open road with some fun.  First of all, 4th grader Isaiah Perales created a special bulletin board for the event with the special addition of post-it notes from students that explained why they loved the library.  The celebration also included a treasure hunt during their library time that involved ipads, gold coins and some great clues to follow.  Finally, the library "Question of the Week" was...How many books are in the Paschall Elementary School library?  Answers involved quite a range...from 100 to 1,000,000.  The exact answer was 13,925.  A 4th grader got closest to the answer at 12,650.  Love Your Library!!