Boston-based organization Jobs for the Future (JFF) unveiled a new publication during the National Early College Conference in Dallas Dec. 9, highlighting the work of Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD.
PSJA ISD Librarian Lisa Hernandez was recently awarded the South Texas Literacy Coalition Literary Excellence Award for School Librarians at their annual gala at the Valencia Events Center Oct. 11. Marcia R. Garza Elementary Librarian Amy Marquez was also honored as a finalist.
Over 250 educators from both PK-12 and institutions of higher education were part of this first conference held at the McAllen Convention Center Oct. 23 and 24.
ALAMO – Joan Cepeda, a senior at PSJA T. Jefferson T-STEM Early College HS and athlete for the PSJA Memorial Wolverines signed a letter of intent to be part of the Sam Houston State University track & field team Nov. 12 at PSJA Memorial’s library accompanied by her family, friends and district staff.
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