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Student Achievements

Sprint, along with La Joya ISD announced that 240 high school students have received a free mobile device and free wireless service as part of the 1Million Project Foundation. The program launched with Sprint in August 2017 with a mission to …

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Every year, more than a million children across the country will leave school without earning a high school diploma – this is approximately 7,000 students, daily, of the academic year.  Each situation is different and unique, but the …

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LJISD Parent Volunteers Receive State Recognition

Fifteen volunteers (from across Texas) who have collectively donated 223 years of service to Texas public schools, received the Heroes for Children award this past September 14th from the State Board of Education (SBOE). Two of those recipients …

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Anonymous Alerts System Launched for Bullying and Safety Reporting

Serving over 28,000 students, the La Joya Independent School District, is implementing the Anonymous AlertsApp anti-bullying and safety reporting system district-wide whereby parents, students or community members, can be proactive in anonymously reporting safety concerns. The mobile app …

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La Joya ISD partnered with the University of Texas in Austin to mentor male students by removing barriers and opening doors as males of color (Latinos and Blacks), and a group of selected students visited the campus this …

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South Texas College offers a variety of classes in criminal justice, education, and welding, designed to put students on successful career pathways. Students in western Hidalgo County are urged to register for classes at STC’s Higher Education Center …

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Special Needs Night at LJISD Water Park

The La Joya ISD Water Park recently hosted a Special Needs Night over the summer vacation break that brought out the community in a great way!! Families with special needs children were invited to attend, free for their …

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