Judson ISD

Entries for month: September 2017

JISD Hall of Honor: You Have A Nominee?

The Judson ISD Hall of Honor is a distinct recognition. It honors both individuals who have distinguished themselves athletically while a student in JISD and beyond or through their professional or personal contributions.  That's why nominations are open for the JISD Athletic and Civic Hall of Honor Class of 2018.  Deadline is 11:59 PM CST on October 13, 2017.  For a look at the criteria so you can make your nomination CLICK HERE.  There is also an electronic form to submit your candidate.

Judson Girl Athletes Step Up For Food Bank

The female student athletes at Judson High School are making a difference outside the arena of sports through a campaign called MAD.  It stands for Making A Difference! Recently Judson coaches  took 40 Lady Rockets to the San Antonio Food Bank to support the Food Bank's September Hunger Action Month.  And there was definitely a lot of ACTION.  These students helped package 23,667 lbs. of food.  In the end that will provide more than 16,000 meals.  

Hats off to these girls for taking the time out of their weekend to make a difference and helping others.  



Judson Theatre Students Win Sweepstakes

Judson High School theatre students competed in a Texas Forensics state qualifying tournament hosted by O' Connor High School. The team did very well by sweeping the poetry category and racking up a total of 17 final placements during the competition. They ended the night by winning their first sweepstakes of the season. Congratulations to the students and their coaches, Larry Bailey and Larissa Brien on this tremendous accomplishment.

Franz Mustang Rodeo Encourages All

Every day is a celebration of success at Ed Franz Elementary. The encouragement and motivation is evident as the school highlights accomplishments during their weekly Mustang Rodeo. Individual students, staff members and classes are recognized and awarded during the celebration.

Hartman Knights Become True Heroes

Hartman Elementary held a donation drive to help the families affected by Hurricane Harvey. The faculty and staff as well as parents and students worked together to give back to those in need. It was a worthy cause supported by the noble "Knight" community at Hartman.