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Judson Auto Collision Program ASE Approved

You may remember that recently the Judson High School Automotive Technology program became accredited by the ASE Education Foundation (Automotive Service Excellence). Well a related CTE program has just been accredited by the same organization. This time it's the Judson High School Automotive Collision Program.  That means Judson is now serving as a national industry-recognized Standard of Excellence in both the Automotive Technology and the Automotive Collision Programs.  The collision component certifies the programs expertise in painting, refinishing, damage analysis/estimating, customer service and nonstructural analysis and repair.

Both the technology and collision repair program accreditations are for 5 years and awarded by the ASE Education Foundation.  

Kitty Hawk Art Students Practice Plein Air Work

The Art III students at Kitty Hawk recently had the chance to tour the McNay Museum. The viewing emphasized landscapes in the museum's collection.  It was a great experience for them because afterwards, they all found a pleasing spot to work on their own plein air creation.  Plein air is the act of creating a work such as a landscape drawing or painting by leaving the indoor studio behind and working in that natural environment.  It may have been a bit warm, but they all found a little shade.

  

Crestview ES, JECA Named To State Honor Roll

Each year a special list of top schools is generated called the Texas Honor Roll.  It's the result of analysis of student data across the state in reference to getting students to grade level proficiency. Those schools on that honor roll this year are Crestview Elementary School and Judson Early College Academy.  The campuses were identified based on a list of performance factors that included clear and specific learning objectives, evidence-based instructional practices, closing achievement gaps, and college and career readiness.  

The Texas Honor Roll list is presented by Educational Results Partnership and the Institute For Productivity In Education.

Hopkins 50 Year Dedication Ceremony

 

Hopkins Elementary held a wonderful dedication ceremony to celebrate its 50th year as a school. Highlights from the event will be included in the upcoming Montoya Moment video in next weeks May edition of the Judson Post. The newsletter is emailed out to staff and parents every month by the JISD Communications Department from the email address media@judsonisd.org. If you don't subscribe to the Judson Post, the good news is it's free! So sign up today!

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Three Wagner Athletes Sign Scholarships

(Pictured L to R) Josline Hernandez, Austin Wiley and Hannah Donnan

 

Josline Hernandez has signed a letter of intent to play basketball with Schreiner University. She is a 2 year varsity starter for both the Wagner Volleyball and Basketball programs along with being the starting goalie for this year’s soccer team. Josline’s hard work and dedication in the class room as well as her athletic ability has provided her with the opportunity to continue her journey at the next level. She made a huge impact as a role player during her time here at Wagner and will do great things along the way. Congratulations Josline.

Wagner Bowler, Austin Wiley signed his college scholarship with Kansas Wesleyan University. Austin finished in the top 16 in the State of Texas, he is a member of the All District team for third year in a row and was Captain of All District Team Champions his junior year.  Austin finished his senior year with the highest average (231) in the State of Texas.  He was also involved with the JROTC earning the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. Congratulations Austin.

Hannah Donnan, also on the Wagner Bowling team, signed her letter of intent with Oklahoma Christian University. She finished 4th in the district, 15th in the State of Texas and made 1st team All District.  Hannah earned a bowling and academic scholarship. Congratulations to her and her family.