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Judson ISD is Producing Excellence!
All Judson ISD students will receive a quality education enabling them to become successful in a global society.
WE'RE PROUD OF OUR RESULTS!
Judson Independent School District is a Pre-K through 12th-grade public school district in the San Antonio area. Prior to its current form, the district was known as Judson Rural School District No. 8. The rural district was created on June 25, 1958, by the Bexar County School Board and combined the existing districts of Converse, Kirby, and Selma. The new district was named after Moses Campbell Judson. Today, Judson ISD serves over 23,000 students within the incorporated cities of Converse, Kirby, Live Oak, San Antonio, Selma, and Universal City. Judson ISD produces excellence throughout all campuses and builds strong connections with the community. The district earned a B rating from the Texas Education Agency and is constantly working on innovative ways to enhance the learning for its students. Judson ISD believes in providing a strong foundation for early learners by offering full-day Pre-Kindergarten programs beginning at 3 years old. Being a district of choice provides Judson families to customize their own educational experiences through the multitude of programs the District has to offer. For more information, visit www.judsonisd.org
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ENRICHING ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
DR. JEANETTE BALL
Dr. Jeanette Ball has demonstrated extraordinary leadership in her many years as an educator in public schools. She has served as a teacher, principal, district administrator, and superintendent before officially joining the Judson ISD family in 2018 as the first female superintendent of the district. Dr. Ball is a servant leader who builds strong relationships with students, staff, and the community. She prioritizes a commitment to academic excellence while also fostering the natural talents of students to ensure a well-rounded educational experience.
Dr. Ball believes that success in academics is tied to developing all aspects of a student’s mind. She is a strong advocate for the Fine Arts and the impact it makes on student academic performance and achievement. Another passion of hers is recognizing and celebrating the diversity each child brings. She strongly supports Judson ISD’s Dual Language program as she sees the doors that can be opened to students who learn to develop and speak more than one language. Dr. Ball sees opportunity in every circumstance and clears the path for educators to provide learning experiences that will elevate our students’ lives.
Earlier this year, Dr. Ball was named the 2021 Superintendent of the Year for Education Service Center, Region 20 (ESC-20). She was chosen for her strong leadership skills, dedication to improving educational quality in her district, and commitment to public involvement in education. She represented ESC-20 at the state-level competition at the Texas Association of School Administrators and Texas Association of School Boards (TASA/TASB) Conference as one of the top five state finalists.
Aside from her profession, Dr. Ball and her husband Joe have numerous nieces and nephews with whom they enjoy spending a lot of time."
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