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No Shave Donation Brings Dollars & Smiles

No Shave November has become sort of an "out-of-the-box" thinking fundraiser that speaks to a lot of guys.  The Judson ISD Police Department took on the challenge during the month of November and through the privilege of not shaving during the month raised $1,100. The check was presented to the Adult Years Vocational Program and their teacher Ms. Teresa Pena. It's the second year the Police Department has raised money like this. So despite a little more grizzly look among the officers, it was for a good cause and brought a lot of smiles. 

  

Yam Drive...Thank You Everyone!

Judson ISD Police Department would like to congratulate our 2018 Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Canned Yam Drive winners!  

1st Place – Escondido Elementary              
2nd Place – Elolf Elementary                         
3rd Place -  Wagner HS ROTC                        

All donations were greatly appreciated and a total of 5,600 plus canned were collected.

A big shout out to our Maintenance Department and Judson ISD Police Officers who participated collecting yams along the way.  

Winners will receive a plaque from the Raul Jimenez foundation.     

Until next year... “Goble Wobble!”

JISD Yam Drive: Yammin' It Up For Jimenez Dinner

Each year the Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner feeds tens of thousands of citizens who might not otherwise have a place to go for a Thanksgiving meal.  Part of that meal depends on canned yams to make it that traditional meal that so many folks love. JISD each year launches a Yam Drive among all the campuses with 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place trophies being awarded.  It's a way of getting kids involved in giving to others and a great community opportunity at each campus.  The JISD Police Department heads up this drive each year and will be awarding the trophies after the November 15th deadline. 

JISD Police Chief Among 1st Responders A Year Ago

Post-landfall Harvey that hit the Texas coast with 130+ mph winds

When Hurricane Harvey struck the Texas coast in August of 2017, it devastated the area with 130 mph winds and torrential rains that ended up dumping catastrophic floods on southeast Texas.  On their own time, members of the JISD police department, including Chief Teresa Ramon, offered a helping hand to some 4,000 people at Port Aransas that lost their homes. A year later, in a ceremony honoring those who were the first to help and the victims themselves, a familiar face showed up there representing JISD...see if you can spot Chief.  CLICK HERE

Caring is all a part of Judson ISD...not just for our own, but those impacted by such disasters in other parts of our great state. 

Rutledge Stadium Clear Bag Policy

As football season approaches, we wanted to remind everyone of the clear bag policy at Rutledge Stadium.  There will be a lot of events during the course of the year and we would like to avoid inconveniencing fans coming to the stadium with bags that are not allowed. Backpacks will not be allowed due to their size, even if they are clear.  Keep in mind this only for Rutledge Stadium.  We appreciate your understanding and patience as we try to make for a safer environment.