• Matador Band students who earned a spot in the All-State Band are Ethan Bowles (tuba), Brennen Turner (percussion) and Mickey Zuckerman (bari saxophone). The trio will represent Seguin High School in the 2019 TMEA All-State Band in February.

  • Ms. Payne's fourth grade class at McQueeney Elementary was rewarded with pizza and a visit from Dr. Gutierrez for having the most days of 100 percent attendance during a campus contest. Way to go McQueeney students and keep up the great work!

  • Koennecke Elementary families are doing an outstanding job to ensure that students are in school and ready to learn. Great job to all for this achievement! #MatadorFamily

  • Weinert Elementary School student Mason Matocha, third from right, created the Weinert Locker at his school to help supply clothing, shoes and other items that students may need throughout the school year. His efforts garnered a donation of $1,500 in Kohl's Cash to help stock the locker. He and a group of Weinert students including, from left, Abigail Crettenden, Eleanor Crettenden, Kimber Hodges, Robert Rodriguez, Paige Leyendecker and Riley Leyendecker, went to Kohl's in Georgetown on Dec. 27 to purchase the items and delivered them to the locker on Jan. 10. #MatadorFamily

  • Members of the Matador classes of 1956-1972 gathered in the Performing Arts Center lobby on Jan. 8 to dedicate a custom bench to Seguin High School. Jeanette Siltmann and JesseRoy Hart performed the unveiling honors after performing much of the leg work to fundraise for the beautiful furnishing. Following the dedication ceremony, the former students were treated to a tour of Seguin High School. Thank you for the generous donation, Matadors, and we appreciate your support! #MatadorFamily

  • Special thanks to the Rotary Club of Seguin for affording Dr. Gutierrez the opportunity to present the State of the District on Jan. 8. Seguin High School students Keaghan Holt, Cassidy Doege and Christian Molina shared their Seguin ISD experiences during the lunch meeting in TLU's Hein Hall. Nate Raschke, right, serves as Rotary Club president.

  • January is School Board Recognition month in Texas and in Seguin we appreciate all of the work, both visible and behind-the-scenes, that our seven trustees faithfully perform for our students. Thank you Seguin ISD Board of Trustees for your service! #MatadorFamily

  • The students and staff of Ball Early Childhood Center appreciate the work of the Seguin ISD Board of Trustees! #MatdaorFamily

Thu, 17 Jan 2019
Kayla Sanchez is currently attending the University of Texas at San Antonio and majoring in Public Health. She has shared the following insight into her Early College High School experience at Seguin ...Read more...
Tue, 15 Jan 2019
Join us on Friday January 18 at 9:00 AM near the Seguin High School athletic facilities to send off our cheerleaders as they leave for state competition.Read more...
Tue, 15 Jan 2019
The Seguin ISD will present the MLK Seguin ISD Fine Arts Showcase on Friday January 18 at 7 p.m. in the Seguin High School Performing Arts Center. Elementary and middle school music students as well a...Read more...
Fri, 11 Jan 2019
This morning it was reported to administration that a Mercer-Blumberg Learning Center (MBLC) student was in possession of a rifle in his vehicle parked in the MBLC lot. Seguin Police Department was im...Read more...
Thu, 10 Jan 2019
The Seguin ISD Board of Trustees is attending a parent night and hosting a board workshop on January 15. You can find the agendas / notices at the links below: LiiNK Parent Night Board WorkshopRead more...
Tue, 08 Jan 2019
Seguin ISD staff will host a parent information night for the LiiNK program on Jan. 15 5-6 p.m. at the administrative office located at 1221 E. Kingsbury St. The LiiNK Project which stands for Let s I...Read more...
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