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Hartman Knights Become True Heroes

Hartman Elementary held a donation drive to help the families affected by Hurricane Harvey. The faculty and staff as well as parents and students worked together to give back to those in need. It was a worthy cause supported by the noble "Knight" community at Hartman.

Football Week #4: Wagner-Canyon, Judson-N.B.

Both Wagner and Judson varsity football teams are doing well with 3-0 records. Judson took care of business with Roosevelt last week while Wagner showed some real character coming from behind to beat Marshall.  The challenge for both teams is to handle this success in a way that doesn't set themselves up for let downs.  Both Wagner and Judson are on the radar and no team is going to take them for granted...they will come to play.  Let's give both teams our support so they can continue to play at this high level.  Do your best and don't sweat the rest!  Wagner is at home at Rutledge against New Braunfels Canyon while Judson takes a ride up I-35 to Unicorn Stadium to take on New Braunfels High School.  

**Reminder: All JISD faculty can purchase a pre-sale game ticket at student price of $3.00 for home games only.   Purchase at Rutledge Stadium. 
Every ticket sold at the stadium, game night is $8.00, no discounts at the game!

Wagner Thunderbirds 

Judson Rockets

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.  





A Great Start To 2017

Photos and information continue to stream into the Communications Department since the first day of school showing how the 2017-18 school year has gone.  We welcome our students and our parents to the new year and will work with each to do everything possible for their academic and personal success.  Here are some more photos from the first day.  

Representatives of the Retama Park Organization donated a huge number of school supplies for Rolling Meadows ES on day 1.

Great start with an Open House at Judson Learning Academy...a full house!

First day lunch at Copperfield ES...time to eat and chat with friends

Getting to know each other at Crestview ES.

Figuring it out together at Franz ES.

1st Friday at Hopkins ES, Ms. Combs and Mr. Cabasos keep parents cool waiting in car line. 

A visit from Dr. M. brought smiles at Hartman.

JECA students getting a taste of what their science lab will be like. 

Figuring out the 1st day schedule together

Dr. M. checking in with Olympia ES students with a big smile