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Entries for month: May 2017

Wagner Student Awarded Congressional Certificate Of Recognition

Corrine Corba, a student at Wagner High School, has received an invitation to attend The Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders in Boston, Massachusetts this summer. The Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders is a highly selective national program honoring academically superior high school students dedicated to careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). During this event, Ms. Corba will come face-to-face with Nobel Prize winners, deans of top universities, leaders in science, the most innovative and successful technologists and award-winning young inventors and scientists. A special recognition was held in the Wagner High School library. Ms. Corba was recognized and awarded a Congressional certificate by Pete Arguello, a representative from Congressman Henry Cuellar’s office. Congratulations on a job well done. We look forward to seeing many more amazing things Ms. Corba will do, based on her dedication to excellence in education.

Coronado Village Featured In America's Armed Forces River Parade

KABB Fox 29 recently broadcasted the America's Armed Forces River Parade on our famous River Walk in Downtown San Antonio. The Universal City float featured wonderful live music performed by Coronado Village Elementary’s marimba group led by Grammy nominated music teacher Bonnie Anderson. Way to represent JISD! Universal City Councilman Tom Maxwell and his wife Sherrill were also on board to honor and support our United States Armed Forces. The video clip of their awesome perfomance is located 15 minutes and 30 seconds into the parade. Enjoy!

Spring Meadows Hosts Mother/Daughter Spa Night

Spring Meadows Elementary held its annual Mother/Daughter Spa Night. All girl students and their moms, grandmas, aunts, sisters, and even female friends enjoyed each other’s company while they pampered themselves, doing each other’s hair, make up and nails. Definately a fun and relaxing night for all.

Hopkins ES Creates Way Station For Flying Royalty


As a part of an end of the year service project, the Hopkins Elementary School Student Council created a resting and feeding spot for Monarch butterflies.  They did this with the help of H.E.B. and Monarch Watch by planting milkweed and other butterfly friendly plants. It’s created sort of a way station for these beautiful creatures to make their annual trip back and forth across North America.


The plants provide the food for Monarchs to reproduce and survive the changing of the seasons that initiate their migration. Meanwhile, the butterflies serve as great cross pollinators. This has been a great science project for the students as they piece together how parts of nature dovetail together in harmony with each other. 


Watch JISD Graduations Live

Watching a student walk across the stage to graduate and receive their diploma is an event no family member should miss. That's why Judson ISD will live stream the upcoming high school graduation ceremonies. Live streaming is available free of charge for everyone to watch all JISD graduations from anywhere in the world on a mobile device or computer. The event will be available at the same address immediately following graduation for those that could not view the ceremonies live or would like to watch the ceremony again. Below are the links to see each ceremony.

Watch JECA's Graduation: May 23, 2017 at 6:30pm

Watch Wagner High School's Graduation: May 30, 2017 at 7pm

Watch Judson High School's Graduation: May 31, 2017 at 7pm

Watch Judson Learning Academy's Graduation: June 1, 2017 at 7pm

Watch past graduations (since 2013) here