Jefferson Elementary School students recite the Pledge of Allegiance and Texas Pledge during the Oct. 25 regular meeting of the Seguin ISD Board of Trustees. The students also provided a special presentation to trustess on the importance of Red Ribbon Week.
Louis Q. Reyes, III and his family prepare to cut the cake at a reception held in his honor on Oct. 25. Dozens of friends and colleagues were on hand to show their support for Mr. Reyes and the service he has selflessly provided to the Seguin ISD Board of Trustees since May 1992.
The community is invited to attend Seguin High School's Theatre Arts Department production of James and the Giant Peach, Jr. on Oct. 27. Showtime is 7:00 p.m. at TLU's Jackson Auditorium. All seats are only $7. Bring a canned good for the Seguin Christian Cupboard and receive $1 off admission. All Seguin ISD fourth and fifth grade students get in free with their student pass.
Congratulations Lady Matador Volleyball Team! Beat Austin Crockett in the bi-district playoff match on Nov. 1! Game time is 7:30 p.m. at Lehman High School.
The Matador Band competed at the UIL Region 12 Marching Contest at Heroes Stadium in San Antonio on Oct. 22. The band earned Superior First Division Ratings from all three judges.
The final contest of the season is Nov. 12. Matador Percussion will compete in the Lone Star Percussion Contest in Flower Mound.
Congratulations to the Matadors for their 66-21 district and homecoming win against Marble Falls on Friday night. The Matadors travel Oct. 28 to face the Antlers of Kerrville Tivy. Kickoff is at 7:30 p.m.
Tenth grade Early College High School students in the Career Ready pathway had the opportunity to attend the St. Philip's College (SPC) Southwest Campus annual Monster Tech Fest. This festival allows students to participate in hands-on activities related to the programs and certificates offered at the SPC Southwest Campus. The students participated in activities such as a simulated welding demo, an automotive collision virtual sprayer demo, and a tour of the manufacturing technology lab.
Seguin High School is sending six students to All-Region Choir including, from second left, Charlotte De Leon and Chris Incocencio performing in Mixed Choir. Additionally, Cassidy Simmons, Danielle Croll and Julia Montgomery, along with Ginger Bowles (not pictured), earned All-Region Treble Choir honors. Seguin High School Choir Director Leo Garcia, far left and Superintendent Stetson Roane, far right, were on hand for the photo.
Seguin High School seniors gathered for the traditional Burning of the M during the Homecoming Pep Rally on Oct. 20. The event capped an evening of Matador spirit and comradery that started with the annual Homecoming Parade. Support Seguin High School as the Matadors host Marble Falls at Matador Stadium Oct. 21!
Seguin ISD bus drivers have a tremendous responsibility to safely transport students across the district's 365 square miles day in and day out. In honor of National School Bus Safety Month, Randolph Brooks Federal Credit Union generously donated breakfast tacos for bus driver and other members of the Seguin ISD Transportation Team. Thank you Randolph Brooks and thank you Transportation!
Congratulations to Brianna Steans for advancing to Regionals in Cross Country. The Regional meet will be held Oct. 29 at Texas A&M Corpus Christi. Brianna is a member of the Matador Varsity Girls Cross Country Team and a freshman at Seguin High School. She is coached by Marisela Galeana, head Coach and Guy Nowlin, assistant coach.
Briesemeister Middle School faculty, staff and students celebrated Unity Day on Oct. 19 by wearing orange and showing that they are collectively against bullying and united for kindness, acceptance and inclusion.
We are grateful for the knowledgeable, compassionate, and caring Seguin ISD Principals who lead our schools! Thank you for all you do!