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Wagner Students Show Leadership At Paschall

The Leadership Access Granted (LAG) program at Wagner High School gets students involved in opportunities that build leadership qualities and help others in the process. Recently the team led by Ms. Rebecca Ayala had the chance to spend some time at Paschall Elementary School interacting and working with some of the students there.  This was a real treat for the younger kids who enjoyed the activities and it was especially gratifying for some of the Wagner students in the program that have a keen interest in the field of education.  

     

JECA's Recent Recognitions

The website Niche is one source for the public to see what are the best places to live and go to school.  In its rankings of best public high schools in the San Antonio Metro Area Niche ranked Judson Early College Academy as number 8 based on data analysis and reviews. It was also identified in the top 100 in the state of Texas (ranking 1,500+ top high schools in state). It's also been nationally ranked.  Take a look at the link below.

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In addition, in a recent high school robotics competition at Texas A&M University, the JECA Robotics Team came in 3rd place overall with a 1st place win in creativity.  Congratulations to these students and the school overall for producing excellence.

Copperfield Students Sing For Converse Tree Lighting

The Copperfield Elementary School Choir recently performed at the Christmas Tree Lighting in front of the Converse Police Department.  It's been a tradition since 2009 and these kids did a terrific job singing songs like Oh Christmas Tree, Jingle Bells and Santa Claus Is Coming To Town.  They helped infuse the occasion with a lot of holiday spirit as the tree was lit and the program ended with the grand entrance of Santa and Mrs. Claus.  A big thanks to Ms. Crisp for preparing the kids for a nice performance.

  

Early Season Visits By Santa And Ms. Claus

The Christmas season has just begun, but the big man in the red suit is already formulating his lists and finding out what kind of cargo he'll be carrying on that big night.  That will affect how much magic dust he may need for the trip and how much the reindeer will need to eat for takeoff, etc.  It's all a pretty involved process. These visits are very important to that end and he tries to start as early as possible.  This visit was at Candlewood Elementary School and Mrs. Claus was there too talking with kids and doing her part.  

Yam Royalty Comes From Olympia Elementary

The recent Yam Drive that the Judson ISD Police Department and the Maintenance Department conducted was a great success and the gracious generosity of so many people helped out the Raul Jimenz Thanksgiving Dinner in a big way.  As has been the case the last several years, Olympia Elementary School pulled away as the clear first place winner of the drive and those who rounded up the most cans were crowned Yam King and Queen.  So here they are...Yam Royalty for the year dressed in their robes and crowns.

King Payson Allbright, PK and Queen Evelyn Henson, 1st grade