7:30 PM PSJA North vs PSJA Memorial
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM Attendance Recovery School
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM TSI Tutoring
4:00 PM - 11:00 PM PSJA ISD Tri-City Classic Marching Festival
This summer the first cohort of PSJA ISD staff to participate in the district’s Developing Our Own Leaders program graduated with a Master’s of Education in Educational Administration from the University of Texas-Pan American.
The PSJA ISD Child Nutrition Program received a Single Event and Multi-Sites Nutrition Education Award from the Texas Association for School Nutrition (TASN)
In preparation for the UIL Pigskin Marching Contest, 24 high school marching bands will compete at the PSJA ISD Tri-City Classic Marching Festival. The festival will be held at PSJA Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015.
Over 1,300 students and parents met with more than 50 in-state and out-of-state university representatives and community organizations during the event.
Over 500 volunteers participated in Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD’s 9th Annual Countdown to Zero 2015 Dropout Recovery Walk.
The Tennis Team continued their winning ways as they defeated Weslaco East 18-1, Tuesday night here at home. The boys and Girls won by the same scores of 9-0. The tennis team will continue District action this coming Saturday vs PSJA North. This match can also determine if the Wolverines can win the Tri-City Championship for the third year in row.
We would like to congratulate the Wolverine Tennis Team for starting District with a win over Edinburg Economedes, 15-4. The girls and boys both won by scores of 7-2. The team continues district play this coming Tuesday at home. Please wish our players good luck.
Students, for those of you looking for a volunteer opportunity, Adopt A Beach Clean-up will be hosting an event Saturday September 26th! The link includes a registration form and more details if you’re interested! http://www.glo.texas.gov/adopt-a-beach/cleanups/participate.html Thousands of Adopt-A-Beach volunteers remove an average of 500 tons of trash each year from Texas beaches. Through two large scale cleanups, and a number of smaller ones, Texans arrive by the thousands to show their dedication to keeping Texas beaches clean. Since 1986, more than 476,000 volunteers have removed 9,000 tons (more than 17 million pounds) of trash from Texas beaches and estuaries. Help us clean up our shores today!
The Advanced Game Design Class just finished studying the importance of Age of Arcade Games (1970-1985). They learned how that with these early games led to the development of many of our platform and mobile games. Each student researched a separate Top 25 moneymaking arcade of all time. Students created a Presentation PowerPoint or Video, which they presented to the class. As always, Mr. Gregory is proud of their amazing work! To see a list of top finishers and their presentations, click on the link above.