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Holdsworth Visit At Spring Meadows

The Holdsworth Center is an organization that helps strengthen and grow educational leadership...from district office to the campus level. Judson ISD is hoping to work with them in this effort. The Holdsworth Executive Team recently visited one of our campuses, Spring Meadows Elementary, to get a slice of what goes on at our schools and how the organization might be able to work with the district.  Spring Meadows Principal Destiny Barrera hosted the Holdsworth team and showed them around the campus and the classrooms, but the team also talked with district and board leadership.  Ms. Barrera did a great job with the visit and answered their many questions. We'll see what happens.


Wortham Oaks Students Are On Their Own Campus!

The exciting first day of classes at Wortham Oaks Elementary School went well with everyone getting used to how things were done and when. After months of sharing the Rolling Meadows Elementary campus, the students at Wortham Oaks are learning in their own school.  The students and staff of Wortham Oaks are so appreciative for the accommodations that were afforded them at Rolling Meadows, but they are glad to be on their own.

Wortham Oaks First Day Video and Photos





The send-off at Rolling Meadows Elementary School

There was also bittersweet send-off at the Rolling Meadows campus to say goodbye as the big move was launched.  It was complete with the Veterans Memorial High School drum line. Kids, staff, and even parents had grown attached to each other, but it was time to go.  



Rodeo Up! Cowboy Breakfast At ERC

The Wagner Culinary Arts students and teachers recently hosted a Cowboy Breakfast for ERC and District Office employees and it was delicious!. Ms. Laster and her crew prepared a wonderful treat and the students gained yet more experience in how to prepare another category of food. As you can see, employees enjoyed the good food and the chance to start the morning with a hearty HOWDY to everyone. 


JISD Board Advisory Committee Meetings Coming

Judson ISD has a number of advisory committees that help bring in community feedback and expert perspective to a number of different areas in which the district is investing time and money. They are an important way of making sure important decisions and initiatives are not made in a bubble and those being served have a say. The public is invited to any or all of these meetings to bring their views and suggestions to the mix. 

Bond, Building/Facilities Board Advisory Committee Meeting – February 4th, 6pm @ Metzger MS Cafeteria

Curriculum Board Advisory Committee Meeting – February 5th, 6 pm @ JECA Commons

Long Range Planning Board Advisory Committee Meeting – February 7th, 6 pm, ERC Conference Room 169

Finance Board Advisory Committee Meeting – February 6th, 6 pm, ERC Conference Room A

It's Career And Technology Education Month

During the month of February, we'll be sharing various photos and information about the many CTE programs that Judson ISD offers. And there are many...in fact, there are more than 30 programs within the CTE Department that offer certifications so that students can go straight into the workplace with confidence and start a career of their choice. Some of these photos are from the recent Elective Fair held recently at Judson High School. But, we'll be posting photos from programs across the district over the next few weeks representing the different CTE pathways JISD offers to prepare our students. 




Dental Internship Program

Criminal Justice Program