Judson ISD

Entries for month: March 2017

JISD High Schools Attend Workshop To Eliminate Bullying

The United Communities of San Antonio held a city wide workshop for all area high schools to attend. The event was held at the Institute of Texan Cultures and promoted a greater understanding between all of us in an effort to eliminate bullying, bigotry, prejudice and racism within the school environment. Students from Judson ISD, Somerset ISD, NISD, Cornerstone Schools and Central Catholic were represented. Thanks to the strong support of Dr. Montoya and Dr. Cantu by providing transportation for all the students and counselors that attended the event. Also, thanks to UCSA and Ms. Maudie Muraida for helping the community build leaders, who in turn will become allies and advocates for everyone.

Rocket Theatre Arts Team Takes District

L-R: Jasmine Milos-4th place Poetry, Shade’ Smith- 3rd place Poetry, Nathaniel Cullors-District Champion in Poetry, Jared Jackson- District Champion in Prose, Samara Fraker-2nd place Prose.

We have some amazingly talented students in this district in so many ways.  Recently some of that talent was on display at the UIL District Academic Meet at Clemens High School.  The Judson High School Theatre Arts Team rocked the competition by taking the Overall District Champion Speech award.  On top of that, they won the District Championship in both prose and poetry competitions. Next stop, regionals at UTSA April 8th.  Their coach is Larry Bailey. 

Video: Senior Citizens Boogie Down At Prom

JISD recently hosted its 2nd annual Senior Citizen Prom event for the community. Everyone had a blast from the past, dancing the night away and for some, it was their first prom experience. Watch all the fun in the video below!


Hartman Takes Attendance Award

Attendance is an important part of education...a student can't learn if they aren't physically present.  Hartman Elementary School won the Top Elementary Attendance Award for the latest attendance cycle. Congratulations to Principal David Garcia and his staff...keep it going!

Judson Forensic Student Wins State In Poetry

The Judson High School Theatre Arts Department recently competed in the Texas Forensics Association's State Contest in Plano and one student did exceptionally well.  After two days of intense competition Shade' Smith won the State Championship in the Poetry classification. Along with the beautiful trophy she also won a 500 dollar scholarship from the TFA.  Congratulations to the Judson Theatre Arts Team and Shade' Smith for great perfomances.  Their coaches are Larry Bailey and Larissa Brien.