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2015 JISD Summer Food Service Program

Judson lSD Media Release- Summer Food Ser1ice Program 2015
Open Sites
Judson lSD is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children 18 and under without charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, and there will be no discrimination in the course of the meal service. Meals will be provided at the sites and times as follows:

Wagner High School
3000 N. Foster Road, San Antonio, TX
June 8-July 23, 2015: 7:00-8:00 am breakfast; 11:00 am-1:00pm lunch

Paschall Elementary School
6351 Lakeview Drive, San Antonio, TX
June 8- July 23, 2015: 7:00-8:00 am breakfast; 11:00 am-1:00pm lunch

Millers Point Elementary School
7027 Misty Ridge, Converse, TX
June 8-July 23, 2015: 7:00-8:00 am breakfast, 11:00 am-1:00pm lunch

Candlewood Elementary School
3635 Candleglenn, San Antonio, TX
June 8-July 23,2015: 7:00-8:00 am breakfast; 11:00 am-1:00pm lunch

Metzger Middle School
7475 Binz Engleman Road, San Antonio, TX
June 8- July 23, 2015: 7:00-8:00 am breakfast; 11:00 am-1:00pm lunch

Kittv Hawk Middle School
840 Old Cimanon Trail, Universal City, TX
June 8-July 23, 2015: 7:00-8:00 am breakfast; 11:00 am-1:00pm lunch

*All locations closed Friday July 3, 2015
**Locations, dates and times are all subject to change without advanced notice
To file a complaint of dlscrirnlnation, ;•nile or call immediately to:
USDA
Director, Office of Civil Rights
1400 Independence Avenue, SW
Washington, D.C. 20250-9410
(800) 795-3272 or (202) 720-6382 (TTY)
USDA ls an equal opportunity provider and employer.

It is the policy of Judson Independent School District not to discriminate on the bas!s of age, race, religion, color, na6onal origin, sex. marital or veteran status, disability Of other
legally protected status in its programs, services or ac~vities as required by Title VI of the Civft Rights Act of 1g64, as amended; T1Ue IX ofthe Education Amendments of 1g72;
and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended. The fo~towing person has been designated to handle Inquiries regarding the non.Uiscrimination pone! as:
Executive Director of Human Resources. 8012 Shln Oak. Uve Oak, TX. 78233. (210) 945-5608

JISD's Teri Beitel Selected As Trinity Prize Winner

Teri Beitel with Trinity Interim President Michael Fischer

Each year Trinity University selects finalists for its Prize for Excellence In Teaching...and from that pool of the best, is chosen the best of the best.  Teri Beitel was picked as the best of the best in the Bexar County area.  Out of 18 top notch finalists from the San Antonio area, Ms. Beitel was one of two picked as teachers of the year.  You may remember Ms. Beitel was also a KENS5 ExCEL Teacher of the Year several weeks ago and the station aired a profile of her and her work.  She is a Behavior Adjustment Class teacher who specializes in helping students deal with classroom social settings so they can reach their academic goals.

 We congratulate her for this award and thank her for her commitment and time she puts into her students and profession.

CLICK HERE FOR TRINITY AWARD WEBPAGE 

CHECK OUT THE KENS 5 PROFILE OF MS. BEITEL

READ THE EXPRESS-NEWS ARTICLE TOO

Ms. Beitel with Kitty Hawk MS Principal Mike McFalls

 

Coffee With The Counselors: Child Safety

Coffee With The Counselors are great opportunities for parents to get together with the counselor at their child's home campus for helpful and casual discussions on a number of topics. While counselors are open to discuss most anything with the parents that attend, this most recent session focused on keeping children safe from abuse. April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month and as a part of this theme, all those attending took time to contribute their own creations to the Childsafe Cardboard Kids campaign. That's a public awareness push by the Valero Energy Foundation to put up thousands of these Cardboard Kids all over town for display representing children in Bexar county that have either been abused or neglected.  

    

Military Student Extravaganza: Ready For The Future

Judson ISD is proud of its connection with the military. There are thousands of students with ties to the armed services at our campuses and that's why the Military Student Extravaganza at the Performing Arts Center is always such a big deal. This year's focus...being college and career ready. Special guest speaker Mr. Mychal Wynn was inspirational in explaining how to journey down the path of your dreams. He also explained some of the trouble spots to avoid and some of the opportunities to seize that lead to success.

 

We know that military families make some big sacrifices to defend this country's freedoms and way of life, so we salute you and say thank you by doing all we can for them and the students that we have in our classrooms every day. Thank you.

Below is a musical montage of pictures and a photo album from this year's Military Student Extravaganza.

Wagner, Judson CTE Students Tour Hyatt Hotels

Wagner Culnary Art Students Tour Hyatt Kitchens


The Hospitality Industry is big business in San Antonio and Career and Technology students from both Wagner and Judson got a first-hand look at how it's done.  An invitation from both the Hyatt Regency and the Grant Hyatt was extended to Wagner Culinary students and Judson Business and Marketing students. They met the management from both hotels and learned about the varied career opportunities with the hotel giant.  They got to tour the operations front and back to see a real perspective on what it takes to keep guests happy and coming back.  

Guest speakers included the Master Chef for both hotels and directors for both Human Resources and Sales/Marketing.  The message from them was "customer service" and "employee relationships."

Judson HS Business/Marketing Students