Judson ISD

Entries for day: 01 January 2018

Rocket Choir Sings To Highest Marks

The Judson Choirs recently competed in the UIL Region 11 Choir Concert and Sight Reading Contest and did incredibly well.  The event was hosted at Judson High School and with four Rocket choirs participating it was a busy day, but well worth it.  Every Judson group earned the highest rating of Sweepstakes and received a Superior rating from every judge.  These are quality groups under great direction.  Directors are David Short and Tiffany Cristo.  Congratulations. 

Chorale Men's Sweepstakes

Chorale Mixed Sweepstakes

Chorale SSA Sweepstakes

Nova Sweepstakes

Honor Student Council Two Years In A Row

Converse Elementary Student Council has been recognized as a TEPSA Honor Student Council for the second year in a row. They received this honor for the service activities they completed for the Converse community. Way to Go!

3rd Annual Senior Citizen Prom

Please join Judson ISD in partnership with the Judson Education Foundation for the 3rd Annual Senior Citizen Prom. The event will be hosted Saturday, March 24, 2018 from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. at Judson Early College Academy and will feature the theme, “A Spring Soirée.”

It's a free event, but it's geared toward senior citizens 65 or older. A Prom King and Queen will be crowned. We will have door prizes, refreshments, and a dance floor to show off your latest and greatest moves. Come with a similar aged friend, on your own or with a group. It’s all about having fun.

Please click on the attached invitation below for your community members and guests. For more information call 945-5414.

 

What: Senior Citizens Prom "A Spring Soirée"
When: March 10, 2018 from 3 pm to 6 pm
Where: Judson Early College Academy (8230 Palisades Dr. Live Oak, TX 78148)

Coronado Village's MojoRimba Shines On Local TV

 

Coronado Village Elementary’s music teacher Bonnie Anderson and her Mojorimba group have made several local tv appearances lately. They have been invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City and are currently in the process of raising funds to make the trip possible. The organization has a goal of raising $60,000 for the cost of the once in a lifetime trip. Please consider making a donation today. Below are several links of the tv appearances and a link to the MOJORIMBA website. There you can read all about the group as well as make a donation to support our Judson students.

Visit MOJORIMBA.com

Watch MojoRimba on News 4 San Antonio

 

Watch MojoRimba on Great Day SA KENS 5

 

Watch MojoRimba on KABB FOX Daytime at Nine

 

 

JISD AgriScience Program: Upgrades and Success

The Judson High School AgriScience has been around since 1959 and it has been active and flourishing ever since.  Students even today continue learning not just the latest techniques of raising livestock for today's consumers, but responsibility, time management and working together as a team for the greater good.  

There have been a number of upgrades, improvements and renovations that have helped make the students involved in the Ag program more successful and more efficient in what they do with animals and equipment.

During the last several weeks of regional and county competitions, more than 75 percent of students and their animals placed in their respective categories. That's pigs, chickens, lambs, goats...well you get the idea. That means they move on to the San Antonio Livestock Expo ( S.A.L.E.) and earn significant scholarships.  This is a 25 percent increase in S.A.L.E. participation over last year.  

The investments in our students do make a difference and this program is a prime example. It's with the support of the JISD Board, Administration and dedicated teachers that this happens...Thank you.