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Lady Thunderbirds Sign College Scholarships

Congrats to Da'Nasia Hood for all her hard work. She has signed a full college scholarship with Texas State University.  Da'Nasia is a 4 year varsity letterman for the Wagner High School Lady Thunderbirds Basketball team and is a leader on and off the court.  
 

Angel Hastings will be continuing her basketball career at Lamar University.  Angel is a very vocal and intimidating player on the court.  After recovering from knee surgery last May, she has continued to work hard and get herself back on the court. Congratulations to her and her family on this tremendous accomplishment.

Ranger Runners Accomplish Marathon Goal

Students from the Salinas Elementary Running Club recently participated in the Subway Kids Rock run held downtown during the Rock and Roll Marathon. The run marked the last mile in their journey for 26.2 miles, a full marathon that they have completed. This week, the kids are wearing their blue shirts and medals from the weekend. If you see one of them in the hall be sure and give them a high five for a job well done. Great job Ranger Runners! The school and your coaches are proud of you.

Santa Enjoys Breakfast At Miller’s Point

The Miller's Point Elementary PTO created a Winter Wonderland for their Jet families to enjoy. Volunteers from the community and the school served a hot breakfast while vendors sold holiday goods to help raise money for the school. Santa, Olaf and the Grinch made a surprise visit to spread holiday cheer and hear wishes from students.

UTSA Scores Track & Field Sensation Jamal Anderson

Wagner High School’s Jamal Anderson signed a National Letter of Intent with UTSA. The Track and Field sensation is a 4-year varsity athlete for the Thunderbirds making his mark in the Triple Jump and the High Jump. Besides holding the school record in the Triple Jump, Jamal made school history by finishing second in the High Jump at the Texas Relays in 2016 and finishing fourth in the event at the UIL State Meet. He was ranked in the top three in the state of Texas in both of his events last year as a junior. Jamal will be looking forward to competing for the gold again this year. Congratulations to Jamal and his family!

Judson MS Principal Sticks Around For A Good Cause

The Judson Middle School journalism department, under the direction of Kayleigh Franklin, worked on a fundraiser to raise money for creating the first ever Judson MS newspaper, The Paw Print. Money was raised in the form of selling pieces of tape to attach Principal Liza Guerrero to the wall during the student lunches. For an hour and a half, over 700 feet of tape was put toward taping Principal Guerrero successfully to the wall. As you can see from the photo, there is no getting out of that. The students who participated received a pass to enjoy the courtyard after their lunch. With the money that was raised, the journalism staff will be able to publish the first edition of The Paw Print on the first week of December.