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Lesson Design Lab Unique to La Joya ISD

The La Joya Independent School District added yet another amenity to the list of resources that are offered to the staff and (ultimately) the students of this school district. Continually maintaining at the forefront of educational excellence, La …

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Tertulia Gathering to Inspire Literacy for All Ages

Our district is preparing to host a literary feast for the community of Sullivan City as Benavides and Sam Fordyce Elementary invite everyone to be a part of La Joya ISD’s first-ever Fall Literacy Tertulia this coming Tuesday, …

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Little Free Libraries Open to La Joya ISD Community

LittleFreeLibrary.org is a Wisconsin-based nonprofit organization that supports offering the free exchange of books (that are housed in small containers) to the local community. Their mission: “To promote literacy and the love of reading by building free book …

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New TOMS Shoes for Seguin Students

Every student at Juan Seguin Elementary received a very memorable surprise this past Friday, October 21st. Through diverse entities such as Communities in Schools and Child Fund International, each student on that campus was gifted a brand new …

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Academy of Public Service Gets New Training Tool

Juarez-Lincoln High School students belonging to the Academy of Public Service welcomed the arrival of their very own police unit late last week. Thanks to the generous donation made by the City of Peñitas Police Department, students will …

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New FAFSA Guidelines to Help Seniors Everywhere

This past Saturday, October 1st, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) made changes to their usual process to make it easier for graduating seniors to apply for government help. Each year, families race against time to …

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Home Visits to Get Students Back on Track

La Joya ISD employees were on a mission last week to recruit students who have yet to attend class this school year, or enroll in school. Once a year, groups of educators literally take to the streets in …

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