• The first ever Club Fair was hosted at Seguin High School on Sept. 19. Club members set up recruitment and information booths in Matador Commons during all lunches. Students were able to play games as well as learn about the wide array of clubs available to Matadors. Clubs included were Student Council, 12th Mats, ROTC, No Place for Hate, Interact, Choir, Book to Art Club, HOSA, Chess Club, FFA, International Thespian Society, Ukulele Club, Psychology Club, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Mariachi, Dungeons and Dragons, BPA, and Z Club.

  • Seguin High School Ag Mechanics teacher Omar Garza Jr. reports that two student projects were donated and auctioned at the Knights of Columbus Hall for the Guadalupe Youth Show Gala Fundraiser. Check out Michael Hill and his coffee table with hide-away storage and Brennen Turner and Christian Deharde with at flower end bench.

  • Ben Gustafson, Seguin High School senior, is congratulated by Principal Hector Esquivel for being named a 2019 National Merit Semifinalist. Ben is one of two students in Guadalupe County to earn this honor.

  • Seguin High School senior Kaitlyn Smith was on the receiving end of a big surprise on Sept. 12 as students, staff and a javelina from Texas A&M University - Kingsville visited her class for a special presentation. Kaitlyn is the first freshman accepted to attend TAMUK for the 2019-2020 school year. Plus, as evidenced by the smiles on her parents' faces, she received a nice scholarship check.

  • Hayden Haas hauls in one of two touchdown passes during a 42-21 Matador victory over Central Catholic on Sept. 13 in San Antonio.

  • Rodriguez Elementary third grade students make predictions and work collaboratively to measure volume using graduated cylinders.

  • Briesemeister Middle School sixth grade students in English Language Arts class completed a gallery walk on figurative language using their foldable as a resource.

  • Brianna Adams, left, earned a medal with a sixth place finish in the JV Girls division 5K with a time of 13:52 while Jadelynn Olmedo medalled for a fourteenth place finish with a time of 14:30. The Matadors competed in the FEAST Patriot Cross Country event on Sept. 8.

  • Teacher Joshua Fowlkes hands out copies of Will's War to students in his seventh grade Texas History class at Briesemeister Middle School. Classroom copies of the books were provided to students at Barnes as well. Seguin native Janice Woods Windle wrote the book and a play of the same name is being performed at the PAC through Sept. 9.

LATEST NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Fri, 21 Sep 2018
The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees is hosting a regular board meeting and a new employees meet and greet on September 25 2018 . You can find the agendas at the links below: September 25 Meet and Greet N...Read more...
Thu, 20 Sep 2018
The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees is hosting a special board meeting. You can find the agenda at the links below: September 20 Special Board Meeting The next regularly scheduled board meeting is on Sep...Read more...
Tue, 18 Sep 2018
Ben Gustafson a Seguin High School senior is one of two Guadalupe County semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program. The honor is a result of Ben s 2017 Preliminary SAT/National Meri...Read more...
Fri, 07 Sep 2018
The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees is hosting two special board meetings. You can find the agendas at the links below: September 10 Special Board Meeting September 11 Special Board MeetingRead more...
Wed, 05 Sep 2018
Seguin ISD s Mary B. Erskine School will serve as the location for free adult education and literacy courses hosted by Education Service Center Region 20. Registration for free General Equivalency Dip...Read more...
Fri, 24 Aug 2018
Another exciting season of Matador football is at the near hashmark and with it are a few changes for those planning to cheer on the Matadors. In an effort to beef up security for a safer game experie...Read more...
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