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Articles from December 2015

LJISD Transportation Department Receives New Buses

Throughout the Fall months, La Joy ISD’s transportation department has gradually been growing their fleet of school buses obtaining 2 buses every week or so for a total of 10 brand new school buses. On average, the district …

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La Joya High School Veteran Memorialized in Building

Born July 30, 1978, Omar Demetrio Flores always knew he would join the US military. His interest in artillery, tanks, and everything armed forces thrived within him since childhood and through his high school years in JROTC. Upon …

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Thirty Years of Thrilling Audiences

When you think of the best in high school drill/dance teams, the La Joya High School Jewelettes rank at the top of the list. This organization embodies the true definition of tradition, showmanship, and has preserved their reputation …

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Medical Student Congress Awards Juarez-Lincoln Senior

This past summer, Yasely Gonzalez (a senior at Juarez-Lincoln High School) attended the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston. Sponsored by the National Academy of Future Physicians and Medical Scientists, the gathering “provides skills, motivation, guidance, and …

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Top Honors for LJISD Migrant Department

This year, the Association for Migrant Educators of Texas (AMET) has acknowledged three La Joya ISD employees who will be honored during the annual state conference. Though others have been selected in the past, this is the first …

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Dragster Race Car Stops at PHS

Mr. Tyler Fisher, head of the Army show car and marketing division at Don Schumacher racing, stopped by Palmview High School Tuesday morning as part of their nation-wide tour for recruitment to the Army. The showcased racecar was …

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Driven to Learn, Driven to Succeed

Adopting a yearlong theme has become a trend at elementary campuses around school districts everywhere. Implementing a motif not only ties in instruction throughout subjects and grade levels, but also helps to unite the school’s students and staff. …

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