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The U.S. Army Reserve’s 7235th Medical Support Unitin partnership with Texas A&M University Colonias Program and Communities in School,kicked off its Initiative Readiness Training (IRT) at William Jefferson Clinton Elementary in La Joya ISD from June16-20. This training, …

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La Joya ISD Receives the Camp Code for Girls Grant

La Joya ISD offered 72 female middle school students the opportunity to attend the Girls Who Code Summer Camp 2018 at Irene Garcia, Domingo Treviño, and Lorenzo de Zavala Middle Schools. These camps were made possible through a …

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La Joya ISD Added to List of America’s Healthiest Schools

The Alliance for a Healthier Generation recently announced that all 8 of La Joya ISD’s Middle Schools, along with Enrique Camarena Elementary, have been added to the Healthier Generation’s annual list of America’s Healthiest Schools by achieving the …

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La Joya ISD Big Winners at UTRGV Spanish Spelling Bee

For the 4thconsecutive year, La Joya ISD was part of the annual Rio Grande Valley at the “Torneo de Ortografίa”; a competition in which students from various Valley school districts demonstrate their skills in the Spanish language. Our …

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Thelma Salinas STEM ECHS Celebrates College Decision Day

Thelma Salinas STEM Early College High School’s class of 2018 celebrated May 4th Generation Texas College Decision Day with a variety of activities and an opportunity to reflect on the important events of the last four years. Principal …

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La Joya ISD: Taking Elementary Education in a New Direction

Contrary to popular belief, local public schools DO outperform private schools in vital areas such as college readiness and higher academic standards. Still, it is not surprising to hear that some parents continue to believe that private and/or …

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