Judson ISD

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It's Now Lady Rockets Way

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The City of Converse was out in full force and so was Judson High School and Judson ISD to honor the State Girls' Basketball Champs. That honor involved changing the name of a stretch of road in front of Judson Middle School that peels off as Lower Seguin Road to now Lady Rockets Way. The whole team was there as well as Coach Corrales, Principal Jesse Hernandez, Superintendent Dr. Jeanette Ball, and JISD Board Members Debra Eaton, President Renee Paschall, and Vice President Suzanne Kenoyer. But the ceremony was hosted by Converse Mayor Al Suarez who was the driver for the name change. His involvement in Judson High School and JISD and the Judson Education Foundation is a testimony to his commitment to the community.  

So every time you pass by or drive on that piece of road called Lady Rockets Way, you'll know it represents the level of excellence this coach and group of students athletes pursued and achieved for the school and the community. 

Rockets Receiver Signs With TLU

Judson High School Rockets receiver Marcus Harmon signed his college scholarship today. He will continue his studies and football career with Texas Lutheran University. Congratulations Marcus!

Veterans Memorial's Aguirre Signs NLI

The Veterans Memorial girls basketball team is proud to announce the athletic signing of Ari Aguirre. She signed her National Letter of Intent with to play with Cisco College. Congratulations to her and her family!

Judson Track Star Nixon Signs With Indiana Tech

Judson High School track star Makayla Nixon signed her National Letter of Intent with Indiana Tech. She will receive a full athletic scholarship to continue her track career as a Warrior. Congratulations Makayla!

Elementary Track Meet, What A Day To Play!

It's amazing how much physical and academic talent there is in Judson ISD. Rutledge Stadium's track was blazing with some of the fastest and most agile young students you can imagine. All elementary schools from around the district got the chance for their students to run, leap, hop, and throw to the best of their ability. The place was packed with families too, supporting their students and enjoying the event. The important thing...to have fun. That's what it was all about.