Judson ISD

Judson MS/JSTEM Win First Place


Judson Middle School and JSTEM received their third consecutive first place win at the yearly District One Act Play Festival. The students won many awards including Best Play, Best Actress, and Best Technical Theatre. Congratulations to all!

2017 Elementary Science Fair Winners

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This year's JISD Elementary Science Fair was a huge success with more than 200 projects entered.  The event was hosted at Judson High School and was truly a display of the talent and exploratory nature that we have among so many of our young students.  

The bigger winners were:

Sabrina Lux-Hall from Masters ES- Grand Champion Winner

Isaac Spenrath from Copperfield ES- Grand Champion Runner-Up


Here is a listing of some of the grade level winners...Congratulations to Everyone!


JISD Teacher Selected For National Advisory Group

Deborah Rice getting ITEEA Award for Program Excellence in 2016

It's always helpful to get the best ideas for teaching students from a variety of sources that are reliable and have gotten results.  Pitsco Education has been looking for the best and brightest instructors for their Teacher Advisory Group to help them with their curriculum needs so they can more effectively reach students.  They conducted their search nationwide and JISD's K-12 STEM Specialist Deborah Rice was one of four Texas teachers to give their input and expertise.  Only 22 teachers were picked to do this and we congratulate Ms. Rice in representing Judson ISD and giving our students a voice in what works best for them.


Reading With A Purpose At Park Village


Park Village Elementary's first inaugural reading fair was a huge success. All kinder through fifth grade students created 3D story models, dioramas, reader’s theater, and a variety of other displays to represent the book fair's theme of “Reading with a Purpose.” Prizes were awarded to each grade level for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Congratulations to the winners.



Watch D.O.G. Kickoff At Woodlake ES

Woodlake Elementary kicked off their very own WATCH D.O.G. program and the response from their dads was overwhelming! WATCH D.O.G.S. is a one-of-a-kind, school-based father involvement program that works to support education and safety.  Fathers and sons munched on pizza as Mrs. Cage, the school's counselor, outlined the exciting future activities to come.  JISD is pleased to have this great family involvement program started at Woodlake.