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T-STEM Applications Being Accepted

Judson ISD is currently accepting applications from 8th grade students in Judson ISD to attend T-STEM Academy. The academy is specifically designed to provide students a rigorous course of study focused on STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math). 
The students enrolled will be engaged in advanced coursework within a Pre-AP/AP and dual-enrollment concentration, as well as integrated project-based learning. Project Based Learning (PBL) allows students to go through a process of inquiry, research, problem-solving, and challenges based on a driving question while allowing students “voice and choice”.  SEE A POWERPOINT PRESENTATION HERE
T-STEM will partner with the University of Texas at Austin in order to provide dual-enrollment courses for students enrolled in the program. If your child is interested in taking part in this unique opportunity, you can obtain an application by CLICKING HERE
Applications can be returned to Deborah Rice via email, or in person at the Educational Resource Center located at 8205 Palisades Dr. Should you have any questions, please contact Ms. Rice at (210)945-5332.

Wagner Soccer Star Carlos Beltran Signs NLI

Wagner Senior Carlos Beltran signed his National Letter of Intent with Our Lady of the Lake University to play soccer in the fall.  Carlos is a 4 year lettermen and 3 year captain. In his Junior year he made 2nd team all-district and received honorable mention as a Freshman.  Congratulations to him and his family!

Slam Dunk-3 Pt. Shooting Contest At Wagner

You may know that College Basketball's NCAA National Tournament is in San Antonio this year on March 31st and April 2nd.  What you may not know is that Wagner High School has been chosen as the site for one of the Final Four's most popular events...the HIgh School Slam Dunk and 3 point Championships.  It's set for April 1st on CBS at 2:30 pm. Let's fill the gym up.  Here is a link for more information. 


Kirby MS Robotics Team Rolls In First Contest

There's a first time for everything and the Kirby Middle School Robotics team members were newbies to robotic competitions...in fact, the First Lego Qualifying Tournament was their first time ever to compete.  Well, they performed like seasoned pros as they competed toe-to-toe against 23 other teams in this tournament hosted at JSTEM Academy.  The Kirby team won the Robot Performance Award for scoring the highest in robot mission completion. They also cleaned up the content by taking home the 1st Place Champion's Award for excellence and innovation in both the Robot Game and Project. The next step...the Alamo East Division Championship in March.  Good Luck!


JECA Students Give Gift Of Life

Giving of yourself took on a new meaning at Judson Early College Academy as students turned out for a recent blood drive.  As part of what is called a Capstone Project, one of the school's seniors organized several blood drives this school year...completely orchestrated by students.  At this most recent drive, 37 units of whole blood were collected along with 9 units of double red, and 8 units of platelets.  It's an exercise in giving, organizing, and leading.