Judson ISD

JECA Students Give Gift Of Life

Giving of yourself took on a new meaning at Judson Early College Academy as students turned out for a recent blood drive.  As part of what is called a Capstone Project, one of the school's seniors organized several blood drives this school year...completely orchestrated by students.  At this most recent drive, 37 units of whole blood were collected along with 9 units of double red, and 8 units of platelets.  It's an exercise in giving, organizing, and leading.  

 

Wagner Winter Guard Places 1st At Contest

Congratualtions to the Wagner High School Winter Guard.  They placed 1st at the Regional 5A Division Texas Educational Colorguard Association Contest hosted at Madison High School.

JECA Student Selected Youth Of The Year

San Antonio Youth of the Year Savannah Mayhood

The Boys and Girls Club each year select a student that exhibits the highest leadership qualities such as communication, goal-setting, and teamwork.  After a lot of preparation and competition in writing, speech making and interviewing, one student was chosen.  Judson Early College Academy student Savannah Mayhood was selected as San Antonio's Youth of the Year.  

She will go on to the state competition in March.  We'll be following Savannah as she continues on and expect to read more about her in the next upcoming edition of the Judson Journal.  Congratulations. 

Judson Automotive Teams Shift Gears To State

The SkillsUSA program is a great pathway that encourages students to learn all sorts of ways to make themselves marketable in today's workplace.  It helps them discover their potential in abilities and aptitude and the Judson High School Automotive Teams, part of SkillsUSA, is a perfect example of how students are doing just that. The following students recently qualified to represent their school, JISD and SkillsUSA District XI in state competition coming in April.  Congratulations to all of them!


The following Automotive Tech level 1&2 students Qualified for State Competition.

Christopher Lamont – 2nd place Automotive Quiz Bowl / 2nd place Promotional Career Demonstration
Francisco Cruz – 2nd place Automotive Quiz Bowl /2nd place Promotional Career Demonstration
Brendon Klotz -2nd place Automotive Quiz Bowl
Kevin Flores -2nd place Automotive Quiz Bowl 3rd place Related Technical Math (3rd photo)
Gerardo Herrera - 2nd place Automotive Quiz Bowl 

Automotive Basic Class-1st year Skills USA Chapter members advancing to state
1st place for Community service project
Abraham  Sauceda
Isaiah        Eke
Jesus         Siegel

Auto Collision Estimating and Refinishing Advancing to State :
Alex Brown
Leonardo Nieto Hernandez
Paul Judkins
John Melchor

Tool I.D. Advancing to State: 
John Melchor 

JISD Is College & Career Ready

The Let's Talk College & Career Readiness Fair was a great success. Many thanks to our JISD Military Family & College Readiness Specialist, Sylvia Greenwood and JBSA Randolph Field ISD liaison, Angela Green for putting this event together. Parents and students of all ages came to learn about what it takes to succeed in college, technical school or learn skills to be a viable candidate for the market place. Be on the look out for an in depth story with more photos of this great event in the upcoming February Judson Post. The online newsletter is emailed out to staff and parents every month by the Communications Department from the email address media@judsonisd.org

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