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Franz Mustang Rodeo Encourages All

Every day is a celebration of success at Ed Franz Elementary. The encouragement and motivation is evident as the school highlights accomplishments during their weekly Mustang Rodeo. Individual students, staff members and classes are recognized and awarded during the celebration.

Converse Cougar Ambassadors

Converse Elementary school would like to introduce their student ambassadors. These students will have the task of showing community members, district staff, and new students around the campus this year. They are all members of the Converse Cougar chapter of the National Elementary Honor Society.

Back Row:  Kayla Jahn, Emily Hedlund, Austin Dekens, Serenity Rodriguez, Jovie Zamarron
Front Row:  Jasmine Aguilera, Alanys Velez-Cruz, Ty Aiken

Spring Meadows Honors Grandparents

The smiles of students brightened the Spring Meadows Elementary cafeteria at their annual luncheon honoring grandparents The school had over 150 grandparents attend the joyous celebration.

Now We're Cookin'! Wagner Culinary Team Wins Cook Off!

The Back-To-School Cook-off sponsored by Go Public at the Culinary Institute of America was a rousing success for the Wagner High School team.  Under the guidance of Culinary Arts School Teacher Rosie Laster, seniors Kurtis Thompson and Mariah Sanchez teamed up with JISD Superintendent Dr. Carl Montoya to win this "Top Chef" style contest that included five other high schools from NEISD, NISD, Alamo Heights ISD, East Central ISD and Southwest ISD.  

More details on the contest, what dish JISD's team won with and what did they get as the "Best Overall Winner? It's all coming along with more photos in the September edition of the Judson Post being published September 20th.  Don't get the Judson Post? You can subscribe to this free e-publication by CLICKING HERE.  

9/11: A Time To Remember Those Lost

LTC Karen Wagner was a 1979 graduate of Judson High School. Her impact as a student, her service to her country and her sacrifice to that end were front and center today at a special ceremony at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery.  Students and staff from Karen Wagner High School conducted the remembrance complete with comments from Principal Mary Duhart-Toppen and senior Jasmine Whelan who guided everyone's minds to remembering who Karen Wagner was, her contributions and what her example and legacy means.