• Students in the Barnes Middle School Essential Academics class visited Home Depot on March 8 and made plant holders as part of their lesson on plants. Special thanks to the amazing Home Depot staff for donating all the supplies for the project. They went above and beyond by donating a fruit tree, herbs and seeds for the students to plant in the garden boxes at Barnes.

  • Mercer-Blumberg Learning Center students toss their mortarboards into the air following a graduation ceremony at the school on March 9. We wish the best of luck to these most recent graduates: Asha Anderson, Ana Escamilla, Elena Guanero, Isaiah Gutierrez, Osiel Patrick Gutierrez, McKade Mayfield, Morgan Schmidt, Brianna Sepulveda, Jonathan Tijerina, Alysia Carter, Reyna Garcia, Jordan Hernandez and Reagan Mills.

  • Members of the Seguin High School Theatre Arts Department have advanced to District competition for their One Act Play. Seguin High School is hosting the District event on March 20 in the PAC.

  • Seguin ISD District 4 Trustee John Holt's business, My Father's Tools, was recognized as one of the Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce's Business of the Quarter during a March 8 luncheon at the Silver Center. On hand to congratulate Mr. Holt for the honor was Dr. Matthew Gutierrez, Seguin ISD superintendent, Mary Andrews, Chamber chair and Kendy Gravett, Chamber president.

  • The Briesemeister Middle School Toro Treble Choir earned Sweepstakes (straight 1s) at the UIL Concert and Sightreading Contest. This is the first time that the Briesemeister Choir has earned Sweepstakes since 2005. The choir is under the direction of Samuel Parrott.

  • The Briesemeister Middle School Symphonic A Band earned their fifth consecutive Sweepstakes award in UIL Concert and Sightreading. The band is under the direction of Louie Blancarte.

  • JV tops tourney
    The Seguin High School Lady Matador JV Softball team went undefeated to win the JV Division of the Matador Classic Softball Tournament held March 1-3 at Huber Ranch.

  • Matadors (from left) Robin Sengler, Arleth Miranda and Sophie Anderson advanced to state competition in the Texas Art Education Association Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE). They will be representing Seguin High School and at the April 27-28 event in San Marcos.

Mon, 19 Mar 2018
The Seguin (Texas) High School Marching Band has been selected as the 2018 Section 6 recipient of the National High School Heart of the Arts Award by the National Federation of State High School Assoc...Read more...
Fri, 02 Mar 2018
Seguin ISD staff is hosting Dyslexia Awareness training on Thursday March 8 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the district s Administration Office located at 1221 E. Kingsbury St. in Seguin. The training event o...Read more...
Thu, 01 Mar 2018
Please review these documents for information on Federal Report Cards ( English / Spanish ).Read more...
Thu, 01 Mar 2018
A summary of the Feb. 27 2018 regular meeting of the Seguin ISD Board of Trustees can be viewed here. Please note that these are not official meeting minutes.Read more...
Thu, 01 Mar 2018
The latest issue of Matador Pride Seguin ISD s community newsletter has hit the streets. Check out our District s Star Students news and highlights here. Matador Pride is published in partnership with...Read more...
Thu, 01 Mar 2018
Seguin ISD s Mary B. Erskine School will open its doors to students once again as Education Service Center Region 20 will host free adult education and literacy courses at the campus. Registration for...Read more...