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JISD Fiesta Medal Winner

With all the artistic talent in Judson ISD it was a hard job picking what this year's Official JISD/JEF Fiesta Medal. It was narrowed down to 17 entries and the winner was picked. He is sophomore Gabriel Price of Judson High School.  Along with the prestige of designing the winning medal, Gabriel picked up some great gift cards and a Judson Educational Foundation swag bag.  Congratulations to Gabriel and be looking for the medal to go on sale soon.



Rising Star At Veterans Memorial

Veterans Memorial junior Sarah Raffel was recently selected as the recipient of the Rising Star award by the Assistance League of San Antonio. She was nominated by a former teacher based on her previous writing work. While she won with an essay she wrote for the contest, writing samples from her previous schools also helped in the selection process. She was surprised in one of her classes by Assistance League officials, Principal Greg Brauer, and Dr. Ball.  Congratulations! She will read a poem that she has written at a Gala at the Witte Museum in March.


Medals Abound For JISD Academic Decathlon Students

Judson ISD high school students did a wonderful job at this year's Texas Academic Decathlon. 10 students earned 22 medals. Congratulations! The Texas Academic Decathlon provides high school students a chance to experience rigorous academic competition through participation in team activities in a number of different subject matters. At the same time, the organization involves members of the business/industry community as active supporters to promote academic excellence. Through long term relationships, developed through joint participation, it all benefits the students and the community.


Transition Fair Helps Families To Be Informed

The Department of Special Education along with the Military Family and College Readiness Dept. hosted a Transition Fair at Copperfield ES on Jan. 31st. Parents met with 20 different agencies, learned about waiver/interest list and services from an Alamo Local Authority representative, and received information on Guardianship/ Guardianship Alternatives, Special Needs Trust, and ABLE Accounts from Ms. Alison Packard, attorney. 

The event helped parents and guardians with the unique needs of their students and what resources are available to support them so they can help their child be successful.  


2017–18 School Report Cards Available

2017–18 School Report Cards Available

The State of Texas 2017–18 School Report Card for your child’s school is now available. The report provides information concerning student performance on the State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR®), as well as information on student enrollment, class size averages, and financial expenditures. Schools that opened in the 2018–19 school year will not have a 2017–18 School Report Card. The School Report Cards and definitions can be found online at https://rptsvr1.tea.texas.gov/perfreport/src/2018/campus.srch.html  or on the district website at https://www.judsonisd.org/district/instruction/DataResearch/SchoolReportCards.cfm

The information contained in the School Report Card is required by state law and is briefly described in the “2017–18 School Report Card Definitions.” The report for your child’s school may or may not have all the information described because the information presented depends on whether the school is an elementary, middle, or high school. State law requires that the School Report Card display information about the state, the district, and the school. Where possible, the information must be reported by race/ethnicity and socioeconomic status of the students and must include at least two years of results.

A more complete report about your child’s school, the Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR), can be accessed online at https://rptsvr1.tea.texas.gov/perfreport/tapr/index.html.  

If you have difficulty accessing the information from the website, hard copies of the reports are available at the district’s Educational Resource Center or school office.  If you have questions about the School Report Card, please contact your child’s principal.


Reporte de las Calcifications Escolars 2017-2018 Disponibles

El reporte de las Calificaciones Escolares de Texas 2017-18 para la escuela de su hijo/a están disponibles.  Estas calificaciones ofrecen información concerniente al progreso académico de los estudiantes y también otra información sobre su escuela como el número de estudiantes, tamaño promedio del salón escolar, y gastos. Las escuelas que abrieron en el año escolar 2018-19 no tendrán un Informe Escolar.  Las Calificaciones Escolares y sus definiciones se pueden encontrar en el internet https://rptsvr1.tea.texas.gov/perfreport/src/2018/campus.srch.html O en la página web del distrito de Judson https://www.judsonisd.org/district/instruction/DataResearch/SchoolReportCards.cfm .

La ley estatal requiere que la información en estas calificaciones sea diseminada. Usted encontrará una breve descripción en el adjunto “Definiciones de las Calificaciones Escolares 2017–18.” El reporte que ha recibido puede o no contener toda la información descrita en estas definiciones pues el reportaje de estos datos depende de si la escuela es una primaria, ?secundaria o preparatoria.

Usted puede obtener un reporte más completo sobre la escuela de sus hijo/a  en el informe del Reporte del Desempeño Académico de Texas (TAPR) ya sea que lo pida aquí en la escuela, o lo puede obtener en el internet  https://rptsvr1.tea.texas.gov/perfreport/tapr/2018/index.html .

Si usted tiene dificultad obteniendo esta información del sitio de internet, copias impresas de los informes están disponibles en la oficina central del distrito ó a través de la escuela en la oficina del principal.  Si usted tiene preguntas acerca de la información, favor de comunícarse con el administrador de la escuela.