• McQueeney Student Council members lent a helping hand to beautify their school.

  • Vogel Elementary held a "Watch Dog" information night for all fathers, father figures and Grandpas to learn more about the program and sign up to volunteer.

  • Students in Ms. Magnesio's class at Barnes Middle School recently learned about plot and are now applying their knowledge to children’s books.

  • Ball ECC students enjoyed an educational field trip to Teatro’s Cultural Arts Center for the Passing Traditions to the Next Generation program.

  • Future Matador Band members at Briesemeister and Barnes middle schools recently held a demo concert at their respective campuses. The future for band is bright in Seguin!

  • First grade students at Weinert Elementary are practicing their inner voice through a Comprehension Toolkit lesson.

  • Congratulations to Matador linebacker Garrett Luensmann for being selected as one of 104 athletes representing 54 area high schools to play in the San Antonio Sports All-Star Football Game, presented by H-E-B, on Jan. 6 in the Alamodome. It's the 40th anniversary of this battle of East vs. West, in which the area’s top senior players take the field at 5 p.m. after the U.S. Army All-American Bowl which kicks-off at noon.

    One ticket serves as admission for both games and may be purchased at the Alamodome Box Office and through Ticketmaster.com for $20.

  • "Recently I assigned a Cell Analogy Poster Project for our Briesemeister seventh grade Pre-AP science students. I am delighted to say that several went above and beyond just creating a 3D model out of paper. These students designed and built models comparing an animal or plant cell to a house, farm, town and animal. These eight students did an amazing job and I appreciate their hard work and creativity," said Erin Borchers, Briesemeister Middle School science teacher.

    The students, along with their projects, are (back, from left) Elizabeth Mays, Logan Busskohl, Quisean Smith, Andrew Pierce and front, Luke Weber, Jesus Patino and Gunnar Moryl.

  • Students in Mr. Rittiman's Seguin High School agriculture fabrication class used floor tiles and the Pythagorean theorem to practice squaring foundation work.

  • It was “Flashlight Friday” for Mrs. Zipp’s Jefferson Elementary third grade class as students were working on social studies skills.

  • Students in the second grade bilingual class at Koennecke Elementary are learning through Guided Math.

  • Students in Ms. Nichols’ class at Patlan Elementary are learning to solve story problems using subtraction.

  • Rodriguez Elementary fifth grade students had an electrifying lesson, completing circuits with batteries, fans and light bulbs.

LATEST NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
Thu, 12 Oct 2017
The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees is hosting a board workshop on October 16 at 6:00 PM.  You can find the agenda at the link below:   October 16 Board Workshop Agenda  Read more...
Thu, 12 Oct 2017
Homecoming week is Oct. 15-21. Click here for information on the annual community parade and pep rally, plus game and dance details.Read more...
Wed, 11 Oct 2017
The latest newsletter contains all of the must see upcoming events for all SISD fine arts programs.   Click Read More to find out about all the exciting updates.      Read more...
Thu, 05 Oct 2017
The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees approved the following new hires during an Oct. 4 special meeting.   Amber Gonzales, principal, Briesemeister Middle School   ...Read more...
Wed, 04 Oct 2017
Seguin ISD is hosting a meeting for parents of first through fifth grade students in the district’s Gifted and Talented (GT) Program. The meeting is Tuesday, Oct. 10, 5:30-6:30 p.m. at Distri...Read more...
Wed, 04 Oct 2017
Seguin High School student Roman Ruiz has been named a Commended Student in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program according to Principal Hector Esquivel. A Letter of Commendation from Segu...Read more...
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