Another fine example of the Matador spirit! These amazing ladies from the Seguin ISD Child Nutrition Department worked in the cold weather to ensure that our students had meals during the weather closure. Over two days they provided more than 800 free meals to students.
Seguin ISD appreciates the generosity of the Niagara Bottling Company for donating eight pallets of water to the district. The water will be given to McQueeney Elementary families that remain under a boil water notice after the winter storm that affected the area.
The Seguin High School powerlifting teams competed in the Texas Strength Systems meet on Feb. 20 in San Antonio. The men's team earned first place and the women's team finished in third place with 100 percent of the girls achieving new personal records.
A big Matador congratulations to senior Taylor Springs for signing a letter of intent to play softball at Cisco College located near Abilene. Taylor's family, friends, coaches and teammates were on hand Feb. 11 in support of her accomplishment. #MatadorPride
Seguin High School senior Branden Knox signed a letter of intent to continue his education and play football at Colorado Mesa University in Grand Junction. Best of luck to you in your future, Branden! #MatadorPride
Ruben Ramos, a 3rd grade dual language student at Rodriguez Elementary, represented Seguin ISD at the Region 20 Spanish Spelling Bee held Feb. 4.
Matador Football kicker extraordinaire Garrett Stiles signed a letter of intent to continue his education and football experience with the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor on Feb. 3. Congratulations and great job representing the Matadors!
Members of the Matador Powerlifting team take a moment to show off their medals and trophy after finishing first overall at the Texas Strength Systems Invitational Meet on Jan. 28.
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