Seguin ISD third, fourth and fifth grade students were treated to a STAAR Pep Rally on May 10. The event featured a super hero theme, the Mighty Matador Band, Seguin High School cheerleaders and a host of VIPs. Plus, the students were able to see the Rodriguez Elementary viral STAAR video, "I'm Testing Like That."
Matador senior Rheagan Schmidt signed a letter of intent to continue weightlifting for Texas State University on May 10. She was joined by friends, family, coaches and administrators to celebrate the occasion.
Matadors competing in the UIL Track & Field State Meet on May 10 include (back, l-r) Tristan Moreno, Dreshawn Brooks, Mary Lee, Rondie Singletary and Tavawn Williams and (front, l-r) Marques Washington, Nayla Harris and Jacob Berkley. Go Matadors, best of luck at State! #MatadorFamily #CultureOfWinning
Students in the Barnes Middle School sixth grade Beginner Band prepare for their May 7 Spring Concert in the Seguin ISD Performing Arts Center. For a list of middle and high school spring Fine Arts events, click here.
Kaylie Pool is Seguin High School's newest health care professional after passing the Texas state certification test for Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)!
Recently, the Seguin High School Varsity Choir performed at the Texas State Capitol Rotunda. Their performance came during a busy time for the Texas State Legislature, as many visitors, elected officials and government employees were serenaded by the voices of the Matador choir during the lunch hour. Special thanks to Rep. Kuempel for sponsoring the choir for their Capitol visit!
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