The inaugural Ballet Folklorico Showcase took place on May 20 at the Performing Arts Center with a packed house filled with excitement and pride. The Seguin ISD Ballet Folklorico program has grown exponentially in two years.
Here is the Seguin High School Class of 2022 Top 20! Best of luck in all of your future endeavors. Remember, once a Matador, always a Matador.
Meet Seguin High School's valedictorian of the Class of 2022, William Kuempel, left, and the salutatorian, Samuel Kuempel. We are Matador Proud of these outstanding students!
The Seguin High School Early College High School class of 2022 for received their associate degrees with St. Philip's College while simultaneously earning their Matador diploma. The students were recognition for this outstanding accomplishment at a special ceremony with their family and friends in May.
Members of the Superintendent's Student Advisory Team were presented certificates of appreciation at the May 24 school board meeting. Superintendent Dr. Gutierrez met with the student group monthly throughout the school year to gain important feedback and share team building and leadership training.
Chase Anderson received the elementary Superintendent Student of the Month award at the May 24 Seguin ISD school board meeting. Dr. Gutierrez presented the award to the Vogel Elementary School fifth grader for his focus on academics and good sportsmanship.
Eleanor Crettenden is the recipient of the middle school Superintendent Student of the Month award for May 2022. As an eighth grader at Barnes Middle School, Eleanor serves as president of Choir Council, was a member of the UIL Concert and Sight-reading Choir, and a member of the prestigious TMEA All-Region Honor Choir. She is also involved in theater productions and a Destination Imagination Global team member, and actively involved in several community organizations.
Allie Mize received the secondary Superintendent Student of the Month award at the May 24 Seguin ISD school board meeting. Dr. Gutierrez presented the award to the Seguin High School senior for her academic and athletic excellence.
GT Teacher Dawn Krause received the Superintendent's Apple Award during the May 24 school board meeting. Dr. Gutierrez presented the award to Dawn for her 29 years of service to the district including many years as a GT teacher and sponsor for UIL and chess clubs. A Seguin High School Class of 1989 graduate, Dawn has announced her plans to retire from Seguin ISD.
Dianna Schwanz is an ISS instructor at Briesemeister Middle School and recipient of the Superintendent's Apple Award. Dr. Gutierrez presented Dianna with the honor at the May 24 school board meeting for her ability to encourage and inspire students on some of their most difficult days. She has been with Seguin ISD since 2008.
Cindy Moreno, Seguin ISD chief human resources officer, Bill Lewis, chief operating officer/associate superintendent and Dr. Matthew Gutierrez, superintendent, received service pins for 20, 15 and 5 years, respectively, during the May 24 school board meeting.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church was recognized during the May 24 Seguin ISD school board meeting for adopting Jefferson Elementary School. To date, the church has collected school supplies, delivered financial gifts, provided gift cards for teachers, ordered new picnic tables, recruited and supplied mentors plus much more! Father Stephen Shortess accepted the honor on behalf of St. Andrew's.
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