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Salinas Wins Battle Of The Books

JISD’s 17th annual Battle of the Books was graciously hosted by Judson Middle School. This academic competition provided students with an opportunity to gain knowledge and enjoyment from reading books, sharing book topics with friends, parents, teachers, library media specialists and participating in a fun day of competing in the "Battle." This year, the following 11 elementary campuses competed: Masters, Salinas, Paschall, Candlewood, Woodlake, Hartman, Elolf, Ed Franz, Copperfield, Coronado Village and Olympia. 

Salinas Elementary 1st Place Winner

First Place was awarded to Salinas Elementary, Second Place was earned by Ed Franz and Third Place was received by Masters. Congratulations to 2017-18 winners! All of the participating students worked hard to prepare for the competition and everyone at JISD is proud of them. Special thanks to Ms. Suzanne Kenoyer, Board Member; Ms. Grady, Executive Director of Special Programs and Mr. Theodore Haynes, Principal of Masters Elementary School for your support and attendance at the Battle of the Books.

Ed Franz Elementary 2nd Place Winner


Masters Elementary 3rd Place Winner


Wagner Student Finalist In Pageant

Marissa Rene Cuellar who is a junior at Wagner has qualified as a State Finalist in the National American Miss Texas Pageant to be held in June in Houston.  The contest is for girls from four to eighteen years old competing in five different divisions.  Marissa will participate in the four overall categories including Formal Wear Modeling, Personal Introduction, Interview and Community Service Project.  Along with competing in pageants, Marissa is involved in cheerleading, UIL journalism, and helping her community through different volunteer services.  We wish her the best as she competes for the right to go to the national level at Disneyland in California. 

Judson Criminal Justice Team Places In Regional

The Judson High School Criminal Justice Team, part of the district's CTE program, did very well at the Leon Valley Explorer Competition. They competed against high school and agency Explorer teams from across Bexar County and came out shining.  Congratulations to these students

1st place Crime Scene 
1st place Stop and Frisk
3rd place Felony Traffic Stop
3rd place Active Shooter



JSTEM Teacher Publishes Article In PLTW News

JSTEM Teacher Sarah Bancroft and her students recently made the digital publication "PLTW News." This piece, written by Ms. Bancroft, documents how the life-changing health incident of a JSTEM teacher provided an opportunity for students to meld learning and engineering with empathy for others.  The article is titled Designing With Empathy and shows how caring for others can really inspire practical and useful designs to help others who need it.  You can read the full story below.


JISD Purple Up To Support Military Children

Judson ISD campuses, Copperfield and Rolling Meadows started the first leg of Month of the Military Child with the Blue Star Families Initiative. Blue Star Families and their Charter Director Robin Johnson provided literacy books for every 3rd grade student at Copperfield and Rolling Meadows.

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The Judson ISD Department of Special Programs team concluded as the anchor with “Purple UP”. Purple Up stretched throughout our nation, the Blue Star Families Literacy Initiative, JISD departments and campuses, Joint Based San Antonio military installation schools, KENS 5 TV, San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, UTSA, Texas A&M and our neighboring school districts with turning San Antonio purple in commemoration of “Month of the Military Child”.

April is designated as the Month of the Military Child, recognizing and honoring the commitment, contribution and sacrifices that military-connected students experience in their family life. Our military-connected students are faced with unique challenges like frequent moves or just being separated from one or both parents who are deployed for long periods of time. They move an average of 10 times while growing up and approximately 2 million have experienced parental deployment since 9/11. Military-connected kids deserve our respect that comes with that knowledge of the sacrifices that are made for the safety and freedoms we all enjoy.