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Articles from May 2015

Wrapping Up the Year With Good Advice

Over 300 eighth graders at Domingo Treviño Middle School took part in their campus’ annual Boys and Girls Conference. In it’s 5th consecutive year,  the symposium separates the genders and discusses life-changing topics pertaining to each group. As a whole, the …

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Culture Meets Talent at District Art Festival

The skies cleared up and the weather was perfect for an afternoon with the arts – compliments of our talented LJISD students. From birdhouses to books, and face painting to fine artworks, this year’s district Art Festival had something for everyone. The 2nd …

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Clinton Elementary Keeps Charity Champions Title

For the second consecutive year, William J. Clinton Elementary has won 1st place in the Ronald McDonald House Charities Pull Tab Campaign. Annually, the charity receives help from thousands of schoolchildren across the Rio Grande Valley by recycling tabs and utilizing the funds to …

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CEO of Worldwide Corporation Visits La Joya ISD

The chief executive officer of Pearson PLC, (the world’s largest educational company and book publisher in the world) Mr. John Fallon, recently visited Juarez-Lincoln High School to get to know the roots of that community. Pearson PLC is not only the world’s …

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Acting Up for a Good Cause

The Juarez-Lincoln High School Top Hat theatre company went on a small “tour” around 6 LJISD elementaries this past week making children happy and displaying some very impressive acting chops. The idea behind the visits was to raise money to help a …

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“High Heels in High Places” Empowers Women of All Ages

Nowadays, and for so many reasons, it is difficult for parents to spend true quality time with their children, especially in the child’s teenage years. In an effort to help bring together mothers and their high school daughters while delivering a positive message, …

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Three Gates Millennium Scholars From One La Joya School

As the end of another school year quickly winds down, the buzz of graduations, good-byes, and new beginnings are the topics of conversations in school buildings everywhere. For three La Joya High School seniors, the opportunity to attend the college of their …

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