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Judson ISD Athletes Make Valentines for Veterans

Athletes working on valentines

Judson ISD’s Middle School Girls Athletics program partnered with Soldiers’ Angels to spread the love this Valentine’s Day. Every athlete made their own card to be sent out to a Veteran or Service Member, putting their care and appreciation into each one. Soldiers’ Angels is an organization that provides aid and resources to both active […]

Judson ISD Graduate Plays Super Bowl 2024

Spencer Burford playing in Superbowl LVIII

Judson ISD graduate, Spencer Burford, helped the San Fransisco 49ers score the first touchdown of Super Bowl LVIII, exciting friends, family, and many fans back in San Antonio. As his team members moved towards the end zone, Burford was able to intercept Chiefs linebacker, Nick Bolton, before he could stop his teammates from reaching their […]

Judson ISD JROTC Volunteers at Animal Shelter

Judson JROTC student Volunteers at Animal Shelter

Judson ISD’s Judson High School sent its JROTC members to the Converse Animal Shelter. These students volunteered their morning to help clean shelters, move mulch for dog runs, and walk dogs. The shelter is across the street from the school, a Non-profit, No-kill Animal Shelter Since open since 1982. This is not the only event […]

Judson ISD Academy Hosts Data Night

Judson Franz Leadership Academy parent and student look over data

Judson ISD’s newly redesigned Franz Leadership Academy creates not just leaders, but little teachers. Parents were invited to a student-led data night where these Mustangs put their teaching skills to the test. There, students presented their beginning-of-year data to family members to demonstrate their communication skills, educational progress, and a building sense of responsibility. The […]

Judson ISD Teacher Reflects on Career

Judson ISD Teacher instructs her class

Judson ISD‘s Ms. Andrea Diaz is the epitome of what the district calls, “building your own,” or people who come from their schools, grow in their schools, and give back to their schools. Ms. Diaz was a Wolf herself, part of the team that opened Rolling Meadows Elementary over a decade ago. She started as […]

Judson ISD to Open Specialized P-TECH Campus

Student practices welding.

Within Judson ISD, the Innovation Department offers specialized, open-enrollment school models and programs across the district for students from elementary to high school. These unique models provide students with individualized opportunities for success, both inside and outside the classroom. The Innovation Department aims to serve the JISD community in three ways: by expanding the number […]

Judson ISD PE Teacher Coaches Special Olympics

Judson ISD Amy Paul Spurs Camp

The Judson ISD Special Olympics team, the Thunder-Rockets, had many accomplishments this past year. Amy Paul works for Judson ISD as a District Adaptive PE Teacher and the Head of Delegation for the Judson ISD Special Olympics Thunder-Rockets Program. She also coaches with Spurs Sports Academy camps and Spurs Inclusive Sports League. This summer, Amy […]

Judson ISD Music Teacher Introduces Students to the Marimba

Judson ISD Charles Ford

A Judson ISD music teacher is introducing students to a new sound and instrument- the marimba! Park Village Blended Learning Academy students have been learning how to play the marimba, thanks to music teacher Charles Ford. “It’s a Zimbabwean-style instrument. We build them here in America, but it really has roots from Africa and Zimbabwe,” […]

Judson ISD Honors Prairie View Interscholastic League

prairie view interscholastic league

Judson ISD Athletics hosted an event that honored the work of the Prairie View Interscholastic League during segregation. The event spotlighted the Prairie View Interscholastic League, the governing body for academic, athletic, and music competitions for Black high schools in Texas during the state’s segregationist era. Working with limited resources, the Prairie View Interscholastic League […]

Judson ISD Students Compete in Robotics Event

Wortham Oaks students look over legos

On Feb. 18 of this year, Wortham Oaks Elementary School of Judson ISD put on its First LEGO League Explore Qualifier Festival, a STEM contest. This event “encourages young students to be leaders and innovators in STEM through exploration and robotics,” and these Wildcats were surely encouraged. Groups of 2nd-5th graders (with the 2nd grade […]

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