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  • Poetry Slam!

    The Wolverine Library will host its first ever poetry slam. Click above for details!

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  • Student Council Petition Packet

    Click above to be in next year's student council.

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  • YOU'RE INVITED to a SPECIAL RIBBON CUTTING

    Click above for details.

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  • Congrats Band!

    Straight One Ratings in Concert, Symphonic, and Wind Ensemble Bands!

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  • Roxanna Sanchez is headed to State!

    Mr. Aaron Lozano and Mr. Jason Flores are excited to announce that Roxanna Sanchez, junior, is the the UIL Region 4 Journalism Champion for Headline Writing. She will advance to the state UIL academic contest in Austin in two weeks. Congratulations Roxanna and good luck at state. Roxanna will be the first student to compete at the uil 6A state journalism contest.

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  • Wolverine Tennis: District Champions

    We would like to congratulate the following tennis players for their outstanding results at this weeks' 31-6A District Tennis Meet here in PSJA. For the second year in a row, the tennis team is sending at least 3 teams to the Regional Tournament in San Antonio April 17-19, 2017. The team made history again by winning its first District Championships in Girls Doubles and Mixed Doubles, Seniors Priscilla Morales and Debra Mendoza have qualified for 2nd year in a row.

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  • Terry Scholarship Recipients!

    Congratulations Samantha and Melanie!

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  • Dell Scholarship Recipients!

    PSJA Memorial has three Dell Scholar Recipients! Alliya Alaniz, Angelica Godinez, and Orlando Ochoa! The Dell Scholars Program is a college completion program unique in the type of students it supports and how it nurtures and empowers those students on their path to a college degree. An initiative of the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation, the Dell Scholars Program provides its students with resources and mentoring beyond initial financial assistance to ensure they have the support they need to obtain a bachelor’s degree.

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