Judson ISD

"Psyched" About First Ever Principal JEF Grants

One of the wonderful parts of the recent Administrative Summit was the first annual Principal Grants from the Judson Education Foundation. Principals from around the Judson ISD wrote project proposals for the grant earlier this year and the grant committee decided who the three winners would be. They were announced by JEF Board President Al Suarez the second day of the 3-day summit and they were all very excited. The elementary grant of $3,000 went to Erika Garza of Rolling Meadows Elementary School.  The $5,000 middle school grant winner was Caroline Ross of Metzger Middle School. The high school grant worth $7,000 went to Donald Stewart of Wagner High School.  Each grant will fund a worthwhile project at their school that was vetted by the JEF Grant Committee. A big thank you goes out to each of the committee members...Committee Chair Lanny Lambert, Converse City Manager and members Ed Cimics, Live Oak City Councilman & Lexie Potter, Area Technician with the U.S. Department of Agriculture.  Presenting the grants were JEF Board President Al Suarez and Elizabeth Kuhlmann of RBFCU.


Jean Oldaker

The name for the new school would be nice if it was "Victory High" since the colors are red, white & blue.
Or "Fredom High"

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