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Board Recognitions 10-19-17

Pledge leader was Allazay Renay Maldonado. She is an outstanding 5th grader from Miller’s Point Elementary. She is a member of student ambassadors, the school’s Honor Roll and participates in Mrs. Liles’ Before School volunteer program. She is also active in her community.

 

Our Board Recognition this evening comes from the JSTEM Academy. The school within a school located on the campus of Judson Middle School has been named as the Project Lead The Way Gateway Showcase School. JSTEM is the only middle school in the state of Texas to be awarded this honor. This evening we want to recognize the teachers at JSTEM that have helped develop such a high level of engagement, rigor and consistency in the engineering design and research for this kind of curriculum.  These teachers are:

Lydia Ayala, Russell Baskin, Sally Bancroft, Ashtine Elliot, Joseph Jacobson, Meghann Latimer, Melissa Martinez, Randall Ohman, Jennifer Robinson, and Danielle Smith.
The Director of the JSTEM Academy is Dawn Worley.

JISD College And Career Fair- Unmask Your Potential

There are so many choices to make when it comes to thinking about one's future after graduation.  Is college the next step or is it time to hit the ground running with a well-paying career that has potential?  These are the questions students and their families will get to explore at the upcoming JISD College and Career. More than 100 colleges, universities, financial experts, business owners and military service representatives will be on hand to answer any questions you may have so your student can begin to map out their future.  

Yes...as you can probably see, it is on Halloween evening, but it's before most trick or treating goes on.  Although it's Halloween, we ask that all attending to please dress appropriately for this event.  

There are many options for your student and this is a "one-stop-shop" fair that allows them to survey the post-graduation landscape.  

Unmasking Your College/Career Potential
Judson High School 9142 FM 78
October 31, 2017 from 6-7:30 pm

JISD Celebrates National School Lunch Week

 

In support of National School Lunch Week at Kirby Middle School, two school board members, Ms. Kenoyer and Mr. LaFoille, along with Kirby's Principal, Mr. Johnson, served lunch to their students. The school also has come up with an interesting entry into the cafeteria's "Veggie Monster" competition. Meet Jack "Cannibal" O'Lantern! Jack measures just over 7 feet tall and weighs in at almost 300 pounds. Now that is one big, scary yet healthy monster!

  

 

Ms. Smejkal and Ms. Keeler celebrated National School Lunch Week at Miller's Point Elementary by serving students a yummy, nutritious lunch! The cafeteria staff also got in on all the fun. They added spooky decorations, made of different fruits and vegetables, for students to admire!

 

 

EXPERIENCE DYSLEXIA: Parent Meeting

The Parent Meetings that Judson ISD hosts periodically through the year address different issues and are a great resource for parents.  The next one will be October 12, 2017 from 6-7:30 pm in the Judson ERC Boardroom (8205 Palisades Dr). This is an informational session designed to provide parents with the foundations of dyslexia and the opportunity to experience what it's like to be a student with dyslexia.

 

2017 Custodial Appreciation Day

Judson ISD dedicated Monday October 2nd to recognize a very important group of employees, our custodians. They are the ones that keep our facilities clean and santized in order for our students to have the best learning environment possible. Campuses and district offices recognized their custodians in different ways by making gift baskets, treating then to lunch, decorating doors, and making banners to show their appreciation for what they do everyday.  

Thank you for making our district shine!