Seguin ISD to host Camp Invention

Seguin ISD is proud to host Camp Invention. This weeklong summer program, taught by Seguin teachers, allows K-6 students to experience real-world problem solving and creative thinking through hands-on STEM and innovation activities.


The camp is scheduled for June 17-20 at Rodriguez Elementary from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.


To register, visit:


Save $15.00 and enter the code PLAY15EMAIL at checkout by May 10!

Upcoming Board Meeting

The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees is hosting a board workshop on April 16. You can find the agenda at the link below:


April 16 - Board Workshop


Seguin ISD Job Fair is April 13

Seguin ISD Job Fair April 13


The annual Seguin ISD Job Fair is April 13 from 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM. at district office, located at 1221 E. Kingsbury St. Seguin ISD is seeking certified classroom teachers (all levels) with special interest in candidates with a master's degree or 18 graduate hours in Math, Science, English, History, Speech, Psychology or Sociology. The district is also accepting applications for bus drivers, custodians, food service, clerical, technical, and para-professionals. Unable to Attend? Apply online at

Teacher Spotlight
Kelly Lanford Teacher at Jim Barnes Middle SchoolIn this edition of Seguin ISD Teacher Spotlight, we would like to introduce you to Kelly Lanford, a science teacher at Barnes Middle School.



1. Describe your teaching career at Seguin ISD.

I have really enjoyed the last 5 years teaching sixth-grade science with Seguin ISD. I am a transplant from Houston and love being part of a community that works together to help our students become great citizens.


2. How do you instill rigor and relevance in your classroom?

I enjoy creating lessons that have a meaning and a purpose, relating what we do to our everyday lives or the students' future careers. I do this by giving students opportunities to collaborate and explore. I offer different styles of learning through technology and hands-on projects.


3. As an educator, you cultivate, inspire and empower. What does this mean to you?

Cultivate, inspire and empower means that educators go beyond the classroom to help students try and build positive relationships for a positive growth mindset. Students inspire me to become a better teacher each day by working on and overcoming obstacles that may come our way. I create a loving and positive environment to empower students to grow both mentally and educationally.

Upcoming Board Training

The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees is hosting a team of 8 training on April 9. You can find the agenda at the link below:


April 9 - Team of 8 Training


Ball Early Childhood Center Registration for 2019 - 2020
Click here to view additional information regarding the upcoming Ball Early Childhood Center registration.