During the March 30 school board meeting, Robert Arriola, Briesemeister Middle School lead assistant principal, was surprised to learn that he is a Distinguished Administrator courtesy of the Texas Music Educators Association (TMEA).This designation honors secondary school administrators who are instrumental in preserving quality music education programs on their campuses and districts. These administrators are committed to providing high quality, well-rounded educational experiences for all of their students.Robert was nominated for the honor by members of the Briesemeister Fine Arts staff and his family was there to support him.
Steve Tschoepe (right) and Zann Schriewer (left) of Century 21 United D&D Real Estate hosted a food truck and generously donated a portion of the proceeds totalling $300 to the Seguin ISD Outdoor Education program. Pete Silvius, SISD director of whole child initiatives, accepted the donation on behalf of the district.Thank you to Century 21 United and all of our community partners for supporting Seguin ISD students!
Janette Gonzalez (second from right), Barnes Middle School paraprofessional, is the March 2021 recipient of the Seguin ISD Apple Award.A Barnes Middle School employee since the campus opened its doors in 2004, Janette works in the Special Education program and has built caring, trusting and positive relationships with her students over the years. She challenges her students to achieve their individual goals and provides them with educational, social, and emotional support on a daily basis. As a supporter of all things Seguin, she works tirelessly to make sure that all students can achieve at high levels. A true team player, she supports teachers, parents, and administration in addition to students.While presenting Janette with the award, Dr. Gutierrez noted that "the Barnes Middle School community is truly blessed to have this deserving winner of the Apple Award."Her family was in attendance to join in on the celebration.
At Koennecke Elementary, Mrs. Isaac's first grade dual language students are encouraged to support one another and take pride in the success of their classmates. Alone we are smart. Together we are brilliant!
At Seguin ISD, we have long held to the philosophy that education transcends the traditional classroom. Physical and outdoor education are integral toward the development of the whole child. This year, a goal is to have each Seguin ISD kindergarten student know how to ride a bike. With a bit of practice, it did not take these Jefferson Ave. Elementary students long to learn this lifelong skill!
The Weinert Elementary Destination Imagination team advanced to the state tournament following a first place finish at regional competition held Feb. 27. The team consists of Evan Flores and Paige Leyendecker, front, and Raegan Ranft, Jason Ranft, Ava Martinez, Piper Perry and Ali Schievelbein. Best of luck at state, Weinert! #TeamSeguin
After earning first place in the Service Learning Challenge at Regionals, the Vogel Elementary School Destination Imagination team is headed to the State tournament on April 10! The team consists of third grade students Abigail Kortz, Gage Williams, Maya Diaz and Judah Acuna. #MatadorPride
The McQueeney Elementary School Destination Imagination Rising Star team recently competed in the Central Region Virtual Tournament. A big kudos to team members Landon Cuellar, Corbett Klesel, Kai Nowlin, Devin Velasquez, Brynlee Hurt and Corbyn Nowlin! #TeamSeguin
A big shout out to our Seguin High School Matadors of the Week for Feb. 21-26. Keep up the great work!
Briesemeister Middle School sixth grade Toros in Theatre I showcase improvisational skills in front of an audience of online and face to face learners. Their peers then provide written critiques to help them grow in their craft.
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