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JISD Military Families Enjoy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving Holidays can often present a challenge for military families who have loved ones stationed far from home. For the 1st, 2nd and some three or more times, many of our J.I.S.D. military community celebrated Thanksgiving without their families. While some were able to reunite around the dinner table to celebrate Thanksgiving, many of them were serving on a Permanent Change of Assignment (PCS), Temporary Duty (TDY), deployments or overseas in combat and non-combat operations.

Three organizations stepped in to help and went beyond just good wishes for the holidays. They put their boots-on-the-ground and took action by providing a little extra comfort for the families during this time of the year. San Antonio Food Bank, Rackspace and Now Word Missions Ministries Outreach Project provided Judson ISD military-connected and numerous civilian families with special Thanksgiving baskets that included a frozen turkey, holiday fixings and fresh produce to help stretch the budget. A tremendous thank you to Rackspace & the San Antonio Food Bank for their "Fill A Box, Feed A Family" project and Now Word Missions Ministry for their continued support in its "O'Give Thanks" program.

A JISD Impact Opportunity

Prior to the Board Advisory Committee meeting there will be a Public Hearing for a Presentation on District of Innovation. The Public Hearing will begin at 5:45 pm at JECA. For questions in regards to the Public Hearing please contact:210-619-0352.

If you've ever wanted to make a difference in your community and weren't sure where to start, there's a great opportunity around the corner at Judson ISD. Board Advisory Committees are in the organizing stages and the first meeting with be Monday, December 11, 2017 at 6:00 pm at Judson Early College Academy. This will be a brief informational meeting to help you see where you would like to fit in.  The following are areas that you as a community member within JISD could make a contribution. 

Long-Range Planning 
Bond, Building, and Construction

For more information you can call 210-945-5330


JLA Teams Up To Help Hurricane Victims

Judson Learning Academy held their own drive to help out those affected by Hurricane Harvey. The donations were collected by the school and personally delivered by JLA Principal LaTanya Baker and staff to Katy Academy. What a wonderful way to give back! (pictured L to R: Sabrina Trejo - JLA ELA Teacher; Johnike Shuler - JLA Career Tech Teacher; LaTanya Baker - JLA Principal; Heather Devires - Katy Academy Principal)

Judson Female Athletes Are M.A.D. Buddies

Female athletes from Judson High School continue to show how they care about their community.  They took the opportunity to walk with Judson student Mary Fortino in the Down Syndrome Buddy Walk at the River City Community Church.  What a great way to show their support and their Judson Pride.




JHS Criminal Justice Hosts National Night Out

Judson High School Criminal Justice students partnered up with the Converse Police Department to host National Night Out at St. Monica’s Church in Converse. It was a great event for the community and police to talk about the importance of crime prevention in area neighborhoods.