Wagner High School's Janaevia Broussard has won a $1,000 grant from the Texas Department of Transportation. She was selected as the first place winner at a 2012 Project Graduation workshop, for a speech she gave about making the right choices after graduation. The judging panel consisted of local media, elected officials and traffic safety advocates. Fellow student, Da Juan Farris and Project Graduation Coordinator, Alene Bray, also attended the workshop. The money will be used for for Wagner's Project Graduation celebration.
Two Judson High School students competed in the San Antonio Livestock Show and Rodeo Agricultural Science Fair. Sophomore, Tommy Fletcher and Jordan Trees, junior, took part in the competition. Tommy was named Reserve Division Champion!
Judson ISD is getting bragging rights as having the best principal in town! The votes are in and WOAI is naming Ms. Anglada, the principal at Judson Early College Academy, as the winner of their "Best of San Antonio" competition! WOAI came to the school and presented Ms. Anglada with her award. The story will be featured on WOAI at 6:30 tonight.
If you're in the market for a new vehicle, you can help kids and teachers at the same time. If you are a Judson ISD employee or you're a JISD parent who works at any school district in town, the Red McCombs dealerships are offering discounts, while supporting the Judson Education Foundation. It's all a a part of Red McCombs Partnership In Education Program. School district employees qualify for special pricing on new or used vehicles, and a 15% discount on some parts and services. The McCombs Family will also donate $100 to the Judson Education Foundation with the purchase of any vehicle. The Judson Education Foundation supports teacher grants and student scholarships in the Judson Independent School District.
Wagner High School culinary arts students received some special training from professional bakers. Representatives from H.E.B. bakeries visited the culinary classroom and showed students how to decorate cakes.