Students at Mercer Blumberg Learning Center earn credits throughout the year and subsequently graduate with a Seguin High School diploma, as these students did on Nov. 15. Principal Jay Law, right, hosts a monthly ceremony to honor the graduates for their accomplishment and his current students are awarded for perfect attendance.
The Seguin High School Navy JROTC program hosted the annual Veterans Day ceremony on Nov. 12. Cadet Marianna Reimer did an outstanding job singing the National Anthem, Seguin Councilman Christopher Aviles served as guest speaker and Principal Hector Esquivel and Superintendent Dr. Matthew Gutierrez recognized more than 50 veterans who are now district employees. Thank you for your service!
Members of the Superintendent's Student Advisory Team participate in an exercise with Dr. Matthew Gutierrez during the group's monthly meeting on Nov. 8. The student leaders provide valuable feedback to Dr. Gutierrez and also gain knowledge on the functions and operations of Seguin ISD.
Seguin High School Thespian Troupe #5897 delivered more than 800 pounds of food to the Christian Cupboard on Nov. 8."Thank you to all of our Seguin ISD students and patrons who donated cans and boxes of food. We are thrilled to be able to help out our community and our kids," said Lydia Robles, Seguin High School theatre director and fine arts chair.
The Child Nutrition staff at Briesemeister Middle School hosted Dr. Gutierrez for fellowship and lunch on Nov. 8. He reports that the tacos and enchiladas were delicious and appreciates the invitation to meet with the staff.
Seguin ISD is Matador Proud of Cross Country student athletes who earned 2018 All District 26-5A honors. Girls, from left, include Brenda Vargas, second team, Nayelli Segura, honorable mention, Carsyn Dietz, second team, Jadelynn Olmedo, honorable mention and Brianna Steans, honorable mention. Boy honorees are Jerry Garcia, first team, Louis Flores, second team, Cheney Stephenson, first team, and Leo Costilla, honorable mention. Guy Nowlin and Liza Almaraz serve as Seguin High School Cross Country coaches.
Recognizing and celebrating Super Hero teachers at Weinert Elementary School!
Seventeen Matadors from the Seguin High School choirs were selected to perform with the TMEA All-Region Choirs. Pictured are, front row l-r, Jesusita Lopez, Natalie Akins, Agar Huanca, Megan Bray, Oliver Bowles, Sirena Vela, Bryanna Vasquez and Anna Busskohl. Back row l-r are Kayla Hinton, Valeria Hernandez, Aidan Flores, Kevin Blake, Will Follis, Richard Cross, Ash Johnson, Chris Gonzales, Logan Procknow, Anthony Ramirez and Isaiah Rivera.Hernandez and Bowles earned All-Region Mixed Choir honors and advanced to the Pre-Area audition on Nov 27. All-Region Treble Choir honorees are Akins, Huanca and Vela. Johnson, Cross, Flores, Blake, Procknow, Gonzales, Ramirez, Follis and Rivera were chosen for the All-Region Tenor/Bass Select Choir. Vasquez, Hinton and Ranft were selected for the Honor Treble Choir, with Bray, Busskohl and Lopez named as alternates. These students will perform with students from San Antonio area schools in the All-Region Choir Concert on Nov. 10, 5 p.m. at TLU's Jackson Auditorium. The concert is free and open to the public. Leo Garcia serves as director for Seguin High School choirs.
Dr. Gutierrez recently visited Weinert Elementary School to for a #SeguinReads activity with first grade students.
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