Judson Takes On Allen in Basketball Semifinals

It's Down To The Final Four 5A Boys Basketball Teams

The Judson Boys Basketball team continues its journey through the playoffs looking to play their best basketball right now.  They took care of business with Madison in the last playoff game, but now face Allen in the semifinals at Frank Erwin Center in Austin.  The game is set for Friday at 8:30 pm.  General tickets for the game are $12, but you can get complete ticket information below. 



Moms In Motion Discussions At Paschall

It's good to get together with other parents to share experiences with their students and families from time to time. That opportunity to talk comes once a month at Moms in Motion meetings at Paschall Elementary School.  Discussions this past month involved how to help their school in meaningful ways.  This month's topic was parent involvement and the speaker was Margaret Belmares from Family Services. It was topped off with a pot luck dinner.


Robotics Camp Full- Response Overwhelming

The Robotics Camp invitation for Judson ISD middle school students was met with an overwhelming response and all spots are full.  We want to thank everyone for their interest through the deadline which passed March 3rd.  Rest assured there will be more opportunities coming down the line and we will be sure to let you know when they come up.   

Rolling Meadows Teachers Spiked It!

You may not know that several schools across the Judson ISD participate in a volleyball tournament...school against school in a friendly and fun contest.  Well this year's winner of the 9-team tournament was Rolling Meadows Elementary School.   Congratulations to the team of Tracy Priddy, Erin Alizadeh, Diana DeLa Torre, Kristin Kneupper, Kim Low, Robert West, Michele Molleda and Vanessa Kintz.

Black History Highlighted At Paschall ES

Paschall Elementary recognized Black History month with a big program recently.  Student groups put together a celebration that honored some great African Americans. Kinder students sang their hearts out performing a number of African American spirituals. Fourth and Fifth graders paid tribute to all the "firsts" that make up Black History. Second grade students performed their rendition of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s "I Have A Dream" speech. The third grade took the stage offering a scene from the play "Harriet Tubman and the Road to Freedom." Another group of fourth graders used Praise Dancing to celebrate the event.  Finally, the celebration included performances by the Paschall Drum Group featuring the Djembe (standard for all African drum groups) and singers Ericka Vasquez and Ruben Rico with their version of "Lift Every Voice and Sing."