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Escondido Elementary Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

We hope you are able to join us for the Ribbon Cutting Ceremony! The ceremony will take place in front of the walkway entrance to the campus   (Weather backup is the cafeteria). 

Miller's Point Dances Into New School Year

Some campuses have their own unique way of launching the new school year and Miller's Point does it in typical Jet fashion with a Back to School Dance.  The floor was packed, the music was moving, and the feet were fleeting.  Students had a great time enjoying the music provided by DJ Rodriguez and DJ Gallegos.  The campus that won the Convocation Spirit Stick got the year going in a groovy way! 

First Day At Our Newest School, Escondido


The first day of school was no ordinary one for a lot of reasons, but especially for Judson ISD's newest school.  Escondido Elementary School opened its doors to students the first day of school with brand new classrooms, playgrounds and included visits from the news media and new superintendent Dr. Jeanette Ball. Wow, what a day!  The school is the result of taxpayers approving the 2016 bond.  

JECA's Year Is Off And Running

Judson Early College Academy is a unique educational setup...which is one of the many attractive aspects of being a student there. One of the nontraditional parts of JECA is their academic calendar.  Because it's an early college academy, it has a different schedule than the rest of the district because it works with Northeast Lakeview College. While the rest of JISD started Monday, August 20th, JECA started classes on the following Wednesday with their NLC classes starting the Monday after that.  So on the first day of the 2018-19 school year, the JECA campus was teeming with students excited about the new year, a new principal in Dr. Juarez, and making sure they were going to the right classes.  


Andre Roberson Returns For Hoops Camp

Wagner alumnus Andre Roberson returned to Judson ISD to help conduct a two-day basketball camp. The 6 foot 7 inch NBA guard/forward for the Oklahoma City Thunder organized and helped conduct the camp at Veterans Memorial High School to the delight of a lot of kids.  They learned a number of great skills and had a great time in the process.  Andre seems to be recovering nicely from an injury last January that left him on the sideline for much of the season. We appreciate him giving back to JISD students and encouraging them to pursue their love of athletics.