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Wagner, Judson CJ Students Going To State

The Criminal Justice programs at both Wagner and Judson High Schools are on a roll with some great success at local and regional competitions.  Both teams competed at the Texas Public Service Association regional contest at Manor High School near Austin. Wow...both came out doing really well placing in 22 events...AND advancing to the State level. 

Wagner qualified for State in the following categories: Domestic Disturbance, Opening Statement, Crime Scene Investigation, Female Obstacle Course, Felony Traffic Stop, Defensive Tactics, First Responder, and Fire Fighter Agility Course.

Judson's team qualified for State by doing well in : Brain Bowl, Criminal Case Analysis, First Responder, Inmate Processing, Crime Scene Investigation, Fire Fighter Agility Course, Felony Traffic Stop, Traffic Stop, Disturbance Call, SWAT, and Building Search.

The congratulations not only go out to the students but also to the JISD Police Department who prepped the students to compete.  Good luck at state!!

JISD Police Working With GREAT Students

The GREAT program (Gang Resistance Education and Training) is an effort that involves law enforcement agencies working with students to encourage them to take a positive approach to life.  It emphasizes a resistance to the gang violence culture and to stay in school, respect others and grow respect for one's self.  The Judson ISD Police department is bring the program to a significant number of JIDS students.  It has a complete curriculum that is taught by the officers and is focused on young students in an effort to prevent them going down a destructive path.  As you can see Officers Adolfo Hernandez and Mary Romero were working with this class at Candlewood Elementary School.  This course is being taught through the Boys and Girls Club and Adventure Club.  

Yam Drive Champs

The Judson ISD Police Department wants to say thank you and congratulations to eveyone who participated in this year's Canned Yam Drive.  It was a great success and many people benefitted from that generosity.  Olympia Elementary took first place, Kitty Hawk Middle School was second and Elolf Elementary School was third. These canned yams were used for the Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner that feeds thousands of homeless and underserved people at the downtown convention center.  JISD Police Department says trophies will be handed out in a couple of weeks.

 

 

New Explorer Posts Make Splash At Contest

 

Both Judson and Wagner High Schools have brand new Explorer Post groups and in October both participated in their very first contest. The Alamo Area Law Enforcement Explorer Competition drew Explorer teams from all over the state including groups from Dallas, Houston and the Valley. Among a field of 60 teams, these two newly formed Explorer posts made their presence known. Keep in mind, they were instructed and tutored by the JISD Police Department in procedure and safety. Wagner took first place in Hostage Negotiation and third place in Arrest, Search and Seizure.  Meanwhile, Judson did well too taking 3rd place in Traffic Stop.  It was a great team effort because even the students that didn't compete but are part of the post helped in preparing team members for the competition by acting as subjects in practice scenarios.  Outstanding!!

Wagner students (Post 6217):
Samantha, Aguilar
Trent, Hawkins
Dominique, Payne
Salazar, John 

Judson students (Post 9142):
Troy Hernandez
Laura Lira-Moraniec
Christopher Joy
Alyssa Ambriz Ramirez

    

 

 

JISD Canned Yam Drive For Jimenez Dinner

JISD Police and Maintenance during last year's 2013 Yam Drive

The Judson ISD Police and Maintenance Departments are once again joining forces to help out the Jimenez family continue a great Thanksgiving tradition in San Antonio. The Raul Jimenez Thanksgiving Dinner has been around for decades and it continues to serve a big segment of our population.  The dinner serves a traditional Thanksgiving Dinner for senior citizens, needy families and the homeless...some 25,000 people each year.  But they need help and part of that help each year comes from right here in the Judson ISD.  The JISD Police Department and Maintenance Department are asking each campus to collect as many canned yams as possible for this worthy cause. If you would like to donate, just bring them by your child's school. Campuses will be collecting through November 13th, picked up the 14th and the top three winners will be announced on the 17th...including trophies.  Let's show the community and our kids how important giving to others really is.

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