• The Seguin High School Theatre Department presents the acclaimed musical, The Wizard of Oz, Feb. 2-3 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 4 at 2:30 p.m. in the PAC. Tickets are $12 pre-sale and $15 at the door for adults, $8 pre-sale and $10 at the door for children and students. They are available at Gift & Gourmet, Court Street Coffee Shop and at the door.

  • Seguin High School Cheer earned the silver medal in the 5A DI Division at the 2018 UIL State Spirit Competition held Jan. 13 in Ft. Worth. A huge congratulations to all the cheerleaders and their coaches. We are Matador Proud of you all!

  • The Seguin High School Boys Powerlifting team had a second place finish at the Navarro High School Powerlifting Competition.

  • The Lady Matador Soccer Team earned second place at the Edgewood Invitational Tournament with a 5-1 record.

  • Matadors Brandon Palomares and Jade Ross were named Best Lifters pound for pound in their respective light weight classes at the recent powerlifting competition.

  • Matador Tennis competed in the Jan. 12 Winter Classic tournament at East Central High School. Taking first place in mixed doubles were seniors (from left) Diego Gonzales and Kaitlyn Enloe. Consolation champs were Josh Fiore, junior and Hailey Merkel, sophomore.

  • Students in Courtney Davis’ class at Weinert Elementary are mastering data concepts through peer to peer teaching and presenting.

  • Vogel Elementary student Connor Cheatham took the opportunity to learn how to sew during Genius Hour which is offered to 4th and 5th graders as enrichment. They pick a topic, research it, then teach their class everything they learned.

  • Congratulations to Seguin High School’s Garrett Luensmann, #63, on helping his San Antonio Sports All-Star East Team take the win against the West!

  • At Rodriguez Elementary, Gifted and Talented teacher Mitzy Welfel introduces a lesson on maps and scale to her students.

  • Patlan second graders use Jell-O as an earthquake simulator to test their engineering designs.

  • McQueeney Elementary students are working on New Year vocabulary.

  • Kiersyn Gully, Jefferson Elementary 3rd grader, delivers the Thursday Morning Book Talk to her classmates. She shared information about the book "Hatchet" and kept everyone on the edge of their seats.

  • During the combined Professional Learning Community staff development training, English Language Arts Reading educators from Briesemeister and Barnes created their one word resolution for the new year. This word will be used as a guide for 2018.

  • Ball Early Childhood Center students were excited to get back to learning after the holiday break.

  • The first week back at school, students at Breisemeister Middle School could be seen working diligently using math manipulatives.

Thu, 18 Jan 2018
The Dyslexia Training scheduled for Thurs. Jan. 18 is being rescheduled for a later date. Once the date has been secured, we will post updated information. Thank you for your understanding.Read more...
Thu, 18 Jan 2018
Seguin High School administrators and students have scheduled a second round of community tours of the new facility. If you were unable to attend the grand opening and tours on Aug. 31, student led to...Read more...
Tue, 16 Jan 2018
Due to continued icy conditions and for the safety of students and staff, Seguin ISD schools and offices will be closed on Wednesday, January 17. Please note that students will not need to make up thi...Read more...
Mon, 15 Jan 2018
Due to incoming inclement weather and for the safety of our students and staff, Seguin ISD schools and offices will be close on Tuesday, January 16.  School will resume on Wednesday, January 17.&...Read more...
Sun, 07 Jan 2018
The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees is hosting a board workshop on January 10 at 6:30 PM.  You can find the agenda at the link below:   January 10 Board Workshop  Read more...
Sun, 07 Jan 2018
Seguin ISD staff is hosting Dyslexia Awareness training on Thursday, Jan. 18 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the district’s Administration Office located at 1221 E. Kingsbury St. in Seguin.   ...Read more...