Judson ISD

Entries for month: March 2019

Kirby Choir Earns Superior UIL Ratings

The Kirby Middle School Choir earned superior ratings in sight-reading at the Region 11 UIL Concert and Sight Reading contest. The group consisted of nine, 7th and 8th grade ladies performing as a 2-part treble chorus. Congratulations to: Noelani Dimayuga, Kaleera Hall, Taniyah Matthews, Lee-Rae Patterson, Nyima Williamson, April Williams, Aly Meza, Daniella Pena, Angela Rincon and their choir director, Janie Garcia. 

TLU Scores Pair Of Thunderbirds

Two Wagner High Thunderbird football players signed their scholarships today. They will team up to play for the Texas Lutheran University Bulldogs in the fall of 2019. Congratulations to the players and their families on this tremendous accomplishment!

Maximus Arellano signs his scholarship to TLU


Michael Turbin signs his scholarship to TLU

Three Judson Athletes Sign Scholarships

Congratulations to three Judson High School student athletes on signing scholarships to continue their athletic and academic careers. 

Chris Smith has been on the swim team all 4 years. He will attend Olivet College in Michigan and will major in Biology with a focus in ecological and organismal study.


Alyssa Wells has been on the tennis team all 4 years. She will attend Colorado State University of Pueblo and will major in Wildlife Conservation.


Michael Washington II, cornerback, has played football all 4 years. He will attend Mary Hardin Baylor and major in Sports Management.




Wortham Oaks Ribbon Cutting - VIDEO

Inspiration From Speaker Kent Julian

One of the country's biggest motivational and leadership speakers was the guest at all three of Judson ISD comprehensive high schools.  Kent Julian is an individual who connects not just with the business world, but with today's youth as well.  He brought the message to students that brings them hope to empower them to seek out their talents and abilities to reach their potential.  He encourages audiences to focus on their assets and what they can do right now, so they can continue to develop as an individual who can contribute positively to the world.  We appreciate his positive message and unique message to our schools.