Lady Matadors did a great job representing Seguin High School at the area meet in Marble Falls, including (l-r) Emily Rodriguez, fifth in triple jump, Mary Lee, first in high jump, Jada Jackson, second in shot put and fourth in discus and Ayanna Lavalais, third in discus. Best of luck to Lee, Jackson and Lavalais at the regional meet.
Congratulations to the Seguin High School FFA Dairy Team on placing first at Area competition and advancing to State!
Thanks to all who attended the annual Seguin ISD Job Fair on April 13 and helped make the event a success!
Ball Early Childhood Center staff hosts Kids Club to reward students for positive behavior. This quarter, the pre-k students participated in an egg hunt, jumped in a bounce house and also had fun during parachute time.
Koennecke Elementary kindergarten students recently welcomed special guests for Career Day, including Nicole Trejo, a local farmer who raises and breeds chickens that produce show quality eggs, Firestone Manager Jason Rodriguez, State Representative John Kuempel, Seguin Fire Chief Dale Skinner and Freddy King and Dustin Ortiz with the City of Seguin Electric Department.
Four Lady Matadors qualified for the Area Track Meet following their April 12 performance at the District Meet. From left, Ayanna Lavalais, fourth place discus, Jada Jackson, district champion shot put and third place discus, Mary Lee, second place high jump and Emily Rodriguez, third place triple jump.
The UIL Regional meet was held at UTSA on April 8 and Matadors (from left) Monique Jordan, Amber Mawande-Spytek, Jamee McDaniel, Reagan Rodgers and Ruben Hernandez represented Seguin High School. Amber placed fifth in Prose and Jamee took third place honors in Poetry which qualified her for the state UIL competition.
The Seguin Police Department recently wrapped up another year presenting the DARE program at all Seguin ISD elementary schools. Officer Hope Vasquez works with each fifth grade student in the district to share important information on drugs, alcohol, bullying and making smart choices. The program is capped off with a special DARE graduation ceremony that includes diplomas, prizes, and special awards for essay contest winners. Seguin ISD thanks the Seguin Police Department for making a positive impact in the lives of these students. Also, DARE would not be possible without the financial support of the Seguin Parent Volunteer Organization (SPVO).
Seguin ISD students enjoyed themselves at the Easter Fun Fest hosted by the Special Education Department on April 10. Seguin ISD thanks all of the students who attended, plus the community partners, volunteers and families for making it a success.
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