Judson ISD

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Miller's Point Receives Assistance League Grant

Miller's Point Elementary received a $1000.00 grant from the Assistance League of San Antonio to use to provide incentives for students! Students who had perfect attendance for the first semester will be placed in a drawing for a brand new bike! Congratulations to all the students who had perfect attendance for the first semester.

Masters Is Family Strong

Masters Elementary is dedicated to not only building the minds of their students but to building strong families too. At the first #Family Strong event, families were brought together to meet one another, discuss events and traditions that are important to them and talk about what values are important in their families. Staff members then shared their personal "Family Vision Boards" and invited families to begin working on theirs.


The school will be hosting #Family Strong events monthly with topics including building self-esteem, setting healthy boundaries and other areas suggested by families. Masters PTO was also on hand for food and drinks and the choir and cheer squad performed as well. It was a very successful event for families and staff to work together to promote strong and healthy families.

Mayor's Fitness Council Serves Healthy Treats At Olympia

Olympia Elementary’s Student Ambassadors from the Mayor’s Fitness Council decided to serve a nutritious treat to help students get healthy. They made green smoothies along with their MFC Campus Mentor Tonya Harwood and Judson ISD MFC Healthy Schools Committee School District Representative Beveylon Concha. The student ambassadors offered the smoothies to their peers during lunch. Students were astonished to learn a green smoothie could be so delicious!

Honor Student Council Two Years In A Row

Converse Elementary Student Council has been recognized as a TEPSA Honor Student Council for the second year in a row. They received this honor for the service activities they completed for the Converse community. Way to Go!

Coronado Village's MojoRimba Shines On Local TV


Coronado Village Elementary’s music teacher Bonnie Anderson and her Mojorimba group have made several local tv appearances lately. They have been invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City and are currently in the process of raising funds to make the trip possible. The organization has a goal of raising $60,000 for the cost of the once in a lifetime trip. Please consider making a donation today. Below are several links of the tv appearances and a link to the MOJORIMBA website. There you can read all about the group as well as make a donation to support our Judson students.


Watch MojoRimba on News 4 San Antonio


Watch MojoRimba on Great Day SA KENS 5


Watch MojoRimba on KABB FOX Daytime at Nine