The Texas Education Agency (TEA) recently awarded Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD (PSJA) a $332,567 Texas Industry Cluster Innovative Academies Grant to fund the district's new Welding Innovative Academy at PSJA Early College High School, servicing all students districtwide interested in a career in welding.
ALAMO – Two art students from PSJA Memorial Early College High School have advanced to the 2017 Texas Art Educators Association (TAEA) State Visual Arts Scholastic Event (VASE) contest to be held in San Antonio from April 28-29.
The Alamo Palms RV Resort awarded $1,000 scholarships to 22 PSJA Memorial Early College HS seniors as part of their scholarship drive to help local students continue their studies.
This year, Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD (PSJA) teamed up with the City of Pharr for the It’s Time Texas Community Challenge, sponsored by H-E-B, which started at the beginning of the year and will run until March 29. As part of the challenge, PSJA ISD has provided a variety of free fitness classes every week, encouraging staff and parents to take part in healthy activities.
Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD’s Game Design program was recently featured as the main story of the March edition of Texas Lone Star magazine, a publication of the Texas Association of School Boards. PSJA Memorial Early College High School Teacher Douglas Gregory, authored the piece, “Mastering the Game, Unique PSJA Courses Let Students Design Games of the Future,” describing how one of the most popular courses on campus started seven years ago.