We are Matador Proud of our Erskine Health Science Academy students in the Nurse Aide class. They're venturing out into area nursing homes to hone the skills they are learning from their teacher, Ms. McGinty.
Seguin High School National Honor Society and Interact Club students volunteered their time on Jan. 14 to clean up around the stadium, gym and parking lots of their campus.
The Rodriguez Elementary School Choir sang "I Have A Dream" as part of the Seguin MLK Committee celebration at TLU's Jackson Auditorium and during Morning Assembly for their classmates. "The time is always right to do what is right."
It’s always a great day to be a Matador. Especially on Jan. 14 as Seguin High School BPA members traveled to New Braunfels for the Business Professionals of America Regional Leadership Conference. At the event 37 Matadors qualified for State competition to be held in Dallas in March. Additionally, freshmen Emilie Weber was elected as Area 3, Region 3 President and will represent Seguin in this leadership position.
The SHS NJROTC Cyber Patriot Teams were in full force today. They competed in the CyberPatriot IX State Competition. Pictured are members of the SHS NJROTC Cyber Knight JV team: Guadalupe Narvaez, Leyna Rodriguez, Devon Ramirez, Ashleigh Johnson and Leonard Carter (Seguin ISD Network Administrator, Mentor and retired Army National Guard Instructor). They competed in Platinum Level division.
"We had a wonderful assembly this morning honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ms. Athas, our counselor, had a group of students explain what Dr. King did for all of us and we concluded the assembly with second, third and fifth graders locked in arms singing a song in honor of Dr. King. It was powerful to see his dream a reality!" --Linda Guzman, Patlan Elementary Principal
Rodriguez Elementary Librarian Jackie Silvius treated students who achieved their third AR Reading Goal with a relaxing time reading "under the stars." Students and staff spent 20 minutes reading a book of their choice in this relaxing and special environment. At Rodriguez, Readers Are Leaders!
Congratulations (l-r) MBLC for earning the third six weeks award for attendance improvement up 5% from last year, SHS for earning the third six weeks award for attendance improvement up 1% from last year, and AJB for earning the third six weeks award for highest attendance percentage.
Congratulations to McQueeney Elementary on earning the third six weeks awards for highest attendance percentage and the greatest improvement as compared to the same six weeks from 2015-2016.
Seguin High School senior Dalton Hill, the Cadet Lieutenant Commander of the Seguin High School NJROTC program, will attend the United States Naval Academy Preparatory School in Newport, Rhode Island as a member of the Class of 2018. Congressman Ruben Hinojosa nominated Dalton for this prestigious honor and also awarded him a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition. Seguin High School's Naval Science Instructors are (l-r) LCDR Bryan C. Robertson, CPO Michael Collier and GYSGT Michael Thomas. Congratulations Dalton, we are #MatadorProud of you.
Congratulations to the Seguin High School Competition Cheer Squad for taking third place in the UIL 5A State Spirit Competition held Jan. 11 in Fort Worth!
This is the second year that Cheer has been recognized as a UIL competitive event. Suzanne Zink and Ashley Spahn serve as cheer coaches at Seguin High School.
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