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Judson ISD Honors Employees Retiring

Many teachers and staff have given a lot of years of service to this district and to students and their time, efforts and contributions should be acknowledged. Judson ISD honored those employees who have reached their retirement point and hosted a nice banquet for them.  The list below includes those who have retired from Judson ISD during this school year or that will retire at the end of it.  Congratulations to all and best wishes in your future endeavors. 


Beverly Ahr
Nancy Andrews
Melissa Arnell 
Marta Berrios 
Linda Brannon 
Virginia Burns 
Sabah Campos 
Joel Cooper 
Mercedes Dispain 
Carol Faragher 
Albert Flores 
Andrew Foerster 
Ronald Fred 
Nancy Gerhard 
Cheryl Givens 
Nancy Godwin             
Analidia Gonzales 
Paul Hambrick 
Dolores Heersche 
Gloria Hill 
Michele Hogan 
Michelle Hungerford 
Alice Jorden        
Daniel Kershner
Kathy Lain
Jeffrey Large
Leslie Laws
Lynda Mabrito
Willis Mackey
Artemio Madrid          
Pattie Matthis


JISD Volunteers...Priceless

The work that volunteers do across the Judson ISD is hard really to quantify because they do so many things for so many people.  From working with students to helping teachers with projects and prep work so they can get ready to teach engaging lessons that reach students.  Volunteers also help out at big events and small events...they also bring that intangible something that so many students pick up on that says ' I'm here because I want to be here and I can help you.'  A big thank you to each one of these volunteers that were spotlighted by each campus.  At the end of the ceremony, the District Volunteer of the Year was recognized....she is Delia Finch of Judson High School.


JISD Volunteer of the Year Delia Finch with Superintendent Dr. Carl Montoya


Campus Volunteers of the Year

Candlewood Elementary School    Alma Rivas
Converse Elementary School    Melanie Esposito
Copperfield Elementary School    Margaret Wilson 
Coronado Village Elementary School    Javier Duran
Crestview Elementary School    Rosemary Goff
Franz Elementary School    Jo Sue Cameron
Elolf Elementary School    Cortney Taylor 
Hartman Elementary School    Cynthia Ornelas
Hopkins Elementary School    Jacqueline Rodriguez
Judson Early College Academy    Rashon and Albert Potts 
Judson Learning Academy    Milton Rodriguez
JSTEM Academy    Lydia Gomez
Judson High School    Delia Finch * (Volunteer of Year)
Judson Middle School    Lola Hendricks 
Kirby Middle School    Monica Harris
Kitty Hawk Middle School    Lamia Haynes 
Masters Elementary School    Marcus Robinson
Metzger Middle School    Coach Keilani Ware 
Miller’s Point Elementary School    Damian Arocho
Olympia Elementary School       LeeAnn Badger
Park Village School    Rog Beaudro 
Paschall Elementary School    Gloria Nino 
Rolling Meadows School    Rochelle Ortiz 
Salinas Elementary School    Marion Weishaar
Spring Meadows Elementary School    Jack Smith
Wagner High School    Kim Thai 
Woodlake Elementary School    Eve Torres
Woodlake Hills Middle School    Angela White


Live, Graduation Streaming With Just A Click

If you can't make it to any of the graduation ceremonies that are scheduled this year, don't worry. If you've got a computer and an internet connection...you're good!  Judson ISD's Technology gurus have been busy again this year to make live streaming of these important events available if you can't make it in person.  This will be live for JECA, Judson, Wagner and Judson Learning Academy. This is the third year that JISD has streamed the graduations live and it's amazing the response we get from ALL OVER THE WORLD.  

Click on the link below about 15 minutes before graduation ceremonies begin and sit back, relax and enjoy the moment you've been waiting for.



JISD's STEM Day Success At NLC

STEM Day was a partnership of Judson ISD, Northeast Lakeview College, Congressman Henry Cuellar's Office and the Department of Defense. The event was hosted on the Northeast Lakeview College campus with demonstrations and exhibits from tech leaders such as Boeing, The Innovation Studio, The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office and the Lackland AFB Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EOD) Team.  Dr. Craig Follins of NLC, Judson ISD Superintendent Dr. Carl Montoya and Congressman Henry Cuellar all spoke to open up the session. Special guest speaker Jim Brazell followed with a special presentation on just what STEM is and the unique role San Antonio has played and will play in the development of STEM related industry and innovation. Despite on and off rain, the event drew a good crowd with plans for next year.






JISD Art Extravaganza 2015

There is so much artistic ability and flair out there among our JISD students and the annual JISD Art Extravaganza is such a great venue to show that off.  Hundreds of exhibits and art pieces that students have spent a lot of time creating were displayed all day at Rolling Oaks Mall.  Along with that, there were numerous performances and demonstrations in the performing arts that were fantastic.  A big thank you to the JISD Fine Arts Director Keith Witt for putting the event together.