Judson ISD

JISD Students Place In Do The Write Thing Contest

JSTEM Students Jenelly Vargas and Rafael Hernandez with JSTEM Director Dawn Worley

Kelsey Jackson of Judson Middle School with her mother, her English teacher Ms. Duhart, Bexar County Judge Antonia ”Toni” Arteaga, and Sheriff Javier Salazar. 

Each year, the National Campaign to Stop Violence sponsors a “Do the Write Thing” essay contest. It's an academically designed program that develops student problem solving, coping, social, leadership and academic skills with empathy for others. Congratulations to students from both Judson Middle School and JSTEM Academy for placing at this event.  From JSTEM, Rafael Hernandez earned 2nd place.  He received an award, along with publication in the Do the Write Thing Essay booklet and he will receive a laptop.   Ms. Janelly Vargas was also recognized at the reception. In addition, Kelsey Jackson of Judson Middle School was named an area finalist. Kelsey’s accomplishment was recognized at a banquet, and in attendance were her mother, her English teacher Ms. Duhart, Bexar County Judge Antonia ”Toni” Arteaga, and Sheriff Javier Salazar. Additionally, Kelsey’s essay was also published. Approximately 2,000 students participated in this contest. 

Comments

1
Bert Bracher

Congratulations Kelsey Jackson , Job Well Done, Represent JMS & JISD !

2
anonymous

Rafael Hernandez from J-STEM is the one who placed in Essay contest though

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