Thank you Seguin ISD families for making the annual Meet the Teacher nights a success. We look forward to having our students back on the classrooms on Aug. 22.
During Convocation 2019, Patlan Elementary staff received the Jack Lee Spirit Award. Mr. Lee truly exemplified the Matador Spirit, so it is only fitting that this award be named in his honor. Also at the event, a warm #TeamSeguin welcome was given to El Paso native Ricky Ramirez as keynote speaker. Special thanks to event sponsors RBFCU, Dan Hernandez-State Farm Agent, Caliber Home Loans, Inc., Retirement Education Partners and AXA Advisors Texas.
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Members of the Mighty Matador Marching Band take one of many water breaks during this morning's practice. Hang in there Band, it's bound to get cooler one of these days!
During a recent school board meeting, Dr. Matthew Gutierrez, left, welcomed new campus and district office administrators including Maggie Rodriguez, multilingual specialist, Jonathan Basha, Barnes Middle School dean of students, Luis Sosa, Barnes Middle School assistant principal, Ryan Randolph, Briesemeister Middle School assistant principal, Rudy Gonzalez, Briesemeister Middle School assistant principal, Lesli Mahaffey, elementary education specialist, Laura Cooper, director of elementary and secondary education, Jason Adam, fine arts coordinator and Joshua Peters, Seguin High School assistant principal.
Seguin ISD educators took part in the annual Summer Symposium professional learning conference at Seguin High School on July 23-25. The Tetris-themed Block Wall was popular, where attendees messaged how they are going to level up their teaching and learning for 2019-2020. Special thanks to Randolph-Brooks Federal Credit Union for again sponsoring Summer Symposium.
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