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New Faces On The JISD Board

In a special meeting of the Judson ISD Board of Trustees, five members were sworn in...three were newcomers to the board. County Commissioner Precinct 4 Tommy Calvert was on hand to officiate the oath of office for new members Suzanne Kenoyer (District 1), Debra Eaton (District 3) and Jennifer Rodriguez (District 5). These new faces were elected as a result of the May 6th election. Incumbents Richard La Foille (District 2) and Jose Macias (District 4) who ran unopposed were also sworn in to serve new terms.  Congratulations to these trustees. 

Election Coming Up! Get Important Information

Judson ISD will have some important decisions for voters to make in the upcoming May 6th election.  A $60 million dollar bond proposal involving Veterans Memorial High School and three positions on the JISD Board of Trustees will be on the ballot.  Information on early voting, the issues and races are all within a click.  Please let your voice be heard and vote.  

CLICK HERE FOR VOTING INFORMATION

CLICK HERE FOR BOARD CANDIDATE INFORMATION

CLICK HERE FOR BOND INFORMATION

2016 Bond: Thank You To Judson ISD Voters

Judson ISD voters approved $214 million of the 2016 Bond in an important election that will be instrumental in the positive direction of the education of our students. The following message is one of appreciation from JISD Superintendent Dr. Carl A. Montoya to voters who both participated and supported the bond. 

 

2016 JISD Bond, Early Voting Starts

This is just a reminder that Early Voting has started and will run from April 25-30 and May 2-3, 2016.  The 2016 JISD Bond is on the ballot and we want to encourage you to vote. Below are the Early Voting times and sites for your convenience.  

Voters participating in the 2016 JISD Bond Election must reside within the Judson ISD boundaries. 

Please make sure you bring your voter registration card and a valid ID.

Early Voting Times

Mon., April 25 thru Fri., April 29 -- 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Sat., April 30, 2016 -- 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Sun., May 1, 2016 -- CLOSED
Mon., May 2 thru Tues., May 3 -- 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Early Voting Sites

Judson Middle School -- 9695 Schaefer Rd

Kirby City Hall -- 112 Bauman

Kitty Hawk Middle School -- 840 Old Cimmarron Trail

Rolling Meadows Elementary -- 17222 FM 2252

Universal City - City Hall -- 2150 Universal City Blvd.

Northeast Lakeview College (career technical building) -- 1201 Kitty Hawk Road

Brookhollow Library -- 530 Heimer Road

Castle Hills City Hall -- SE corner of Council Chambers -- 209 Lemonwood Drive

Claude Black Center -- 2805 East Commerce

Copernicus Community Center -- 5003 Lord Road

East Central ISD -- Administration Building -- 6634 New Sulphur Springs Road

East Central High School -- Gym Foyer -- 7173 FM 1628

Encino Branch Library -- 2515 East Evans Road

Fair Oaks Ranch City Hall -- Council Chambers -- 7286 Dietz Elkhorn

Great Northest Library -- 9050 Wellwood

Helotes City Hall -- 12951 Bandera Road

Johnston Library -- 6307 Sun Valley Drive

Lion's Field -- 2809 Broadway

Losoya Intermediate School -- 1610 Martinez Losoya Road

McCreless Library -- 1023 Ada Street

Memorial Library -- 3222 Culebra

Mission Library -- 3134 Roosevelt Avenue

Northside Activity Center -- 7001 Culebra

Palo Alto College -- 1400 W Villaret Boulevard

San Antonio Community College -- ECO Centro Building -- 1802 N. Main

Shavano Park City Hall -- Council Chambers -- 900 Saddletree Court

Somerset City Hall -- 7360 E. 6th

South Park Mall -- 2310 S.W. Military

Windcrest Takas Park Civic Center -- 9310 Jim Seal Drive

Wonderland Mall of Americas @ Crossroads -- Space 361 4522 Fredericksburg

2016 JISD Bond- A Quick View

In the February regular meeting of the Judson ISD School Board, trustees approved the call for the 2016 Bond for the May election.  This bond includes four options which total out to approximately $265 million.  In the coming days and weeks you will be hearing a lot about this bond so that every voter can be informed of its impact and what each option involves. The flyer below gives a general overview of the bond and the link below will take you to a more detailed look at what the bond will mean to individual campuses.

CLICK HERE FOR PDF OF BOND FLYER

CLICK HERE FOR PDF OF BOND FLYER (SPANISH)

CLICK HERE FOR CAMPUS IMPACT OF 2016 BOND