Congratulations goes out to the Judson High School Criminal Justice Competition Team who placed a number of students at the recent C.J. Regional Competition in Copperas Cove, TX. You represented Judson ISD very well...Congratulations!
• 1st place Criminal Case Analysis-Shannon Andrews and Caitlyn Escobedo
• 1st place First Responder-Miguel Fuentes
• 1st place Bulletin Board-Caitlyn Escobedo and Naomi Ixpanel
• 2nd place Obstacle course-male-John Carron
• 3rd place Domestic Disturbance-Franklin Davis and Jessica Vasquez
• 3rd place Criminal Investigation(Forensics)-Alexandra Rodriguez, Alyssa Ambriz, and Genesis Sanchez
Instructor A. Williams USN-Retired Instructor J. Acosta
When you're preparing to feed some 25,000 people on Thanksgiving Day like the Jimenez family, you have to have resources. The Judson ISD is proud to be one of those resources providing a hefty number of canned yams for Thanksgiving plates come time to eat the big meal. This is the second year for the drive and this time around the Judson ISD Police Department collected 1,500 cans of sweet potatoes. Of course this drive was also a challenge that went out to all the district campuses and organizations to see who could bring in the most and 1st place Olympia ES, 2nd place Wagner ROTC and 3rd place Hopkins ES. Congratulations. A big thank you goes out to San Antonio Firefighters Assoc. Local 624 , Judson ISD Police and Judson ISD Maintenance Dept...And of course the Jimenez Family who were on hand too.
Pictured: JISD Maintenance Dept.- Joe Powell, Javier Garza, Frank Urbaneck, Anthony Rippey. JISD Police Dept.- Ofc. Larry Flechter, Lt. Jesse Quiroga, Chief Teresa Gonzales, Ofc. John Salas
A lot of us know Judson ISD Police Chief Teresa Gonzalez as being an energetic and warm person, but she also gets her job done and done well. Others are seeing it too. "Chief" was honored at the Mary Espiritu Scholarship Luncheon as being one of the "Outstanding Hispanic Women Role Models." Along with running a police department that covers a lot of ground in the district, she takes time to help out other folks when they need it. She accepted the honor at a ceremony downtown along with a "Yellow Rose of Texas" award signed by Governor Rick Perry. The "Yellow Rose" award is an honor given to those who have a significant impact on their community. That certainly fits Chief Gonzalez. She was accompanied at the ceremony with her parents Nabor and Yolanda Gonzalez. Congratulations Chief!!