The Seguin Education Foundation hosted the annual Celebration of Excellence reception on May 11 where Seguin High School seniors in the top 10 percent had the opportunity to honor their heroes--be it a teacher, coach, counselor or family member. And, SEF generously gifted a $100 bill to each student!
You know it's spring in the classroom when the caterpillars arrive, and this year Vogel Elementary science classes have ants too!
The Barnes Middle School Garden Club has planted tomatoes, cucumbers, jalapeños, chili peppers and herbs. We are looking forward to seeing the fruits of your labor!
The Seguin High School NJROTC Marksmanship team earned a second place finish in the 2021 Southwest High School Sea Dragon Classic Marksmanship Competition held on March 31. These students are on target!
Weinert Elementary students recently showed their appreciation for the school library by participating in Hats Off to Library Day.
Join us in showcasing and celebrating Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, and Mathematics in our community. Seguin ISD is poised to become a major hub for well-paying, high tech business opportunities. We have everything that we need — a thriving cultural heritage, city government open to growth, transportation and infrastructure, well educated and technically literate students, and a determined workforce.Our STEAM Fair is designed to inspire students from grades k-12 to explore and pursue learning and careers in the areas of STEAM.
The Briesemeister Middle School Toro UIL Team celebrated a successful season following the Tournament of Champions. The coaches who provided leadership to the teams include Tommie Jackson, Samuel Parrott, Mitchell Oden, Gennie Rangel, Estevan Rangel and Brittany Ricks.
Dr. Gutierrez congratulated new administrative appointments during the April 27 Seguin ISD school board meeting. From left, Dr. Chanda Bloch, director of secondary education, Ryan Randolph, Seguin High School associate principal, JoAnn Holliday, Seguin High School academic dean, and Jason Cunningham, McQueeney Elementary School principal.
Koennecke 5th graders in Mrs. Kauitzsch's Reading class collaborate to improve their inference and evidence skills, using Pixar short films. These silent films are an engaging way for students to connect to their schema, and couple that with visual evidence to make inferences.
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