Riley Brittain excelled as a Matador volleyball player and this fall she will take her talents as a student athlete to Howard Payne University in Brownwood. The Seguin ISD Athletics Department hosted a signing ceremony for Riley on Jan. 17 where fellow students, family and coaches attended to show their support. #TeamSeguin
Parents and coaches helped Matador senior Marissa Bradley celebrate on Jan. 16 as she signed a letter of intent to attend and play softball at Our Lady of the Lake University. #TeamSeguin
Members of the Seguin Chamber of Commerce Leadership Seguin program's class of 2020 toured Seguin High School on Jan. 16. Leadership Seguin is a national program sponsored by the Seguin Area Chamber of Commerce to identify and bring together men and women of Seguin who seek the opportunity to expand their involvement in community affairs and are willing to assume leadership positions. #TeamSeguin
The Seguin High School Construction Technology program partnered with the Koehler Company for a custom built nurse's station to be used in one of the Certified Nursing Assistant classrooms. On Jan. 16 representatives from the Koehler Company were on hand to help the Building Trades students assemble the station which will help create real world opportunities for the students in the nursing program. A big Thank You to the Koehler Company for choosing to support our Seguin High School students! #TeamSeguin
Mercer-Blumberg Learning Center at Saegert students Gilbert Alejos, Ryley Miles, Lane Mansel and Brandi Sanchez are the latest to earn their Seguin High School diplomas during a Jan. 16 ceremony. MBLC Principal Jay Law, left, was on hand to distribute diplomas and congratulate his graduates. #TeamSeguin
Matador Choir students who received Texas Music Educators Association honors include (back, l-r) Kayla Hinton, Ricardo Rivera, Ash Johnson, Kaden Legore, Aidan Flores, Kevin Blake, Will Follis and Isaiah Rivera; (middle l-r) Alexis Cisneros, Elizabeth Mays, Logan Busskohl, Chris Gonzales, Isabella Vargas, Bryanna Vasquez, Hannah Perez, Hannah Lewis, Anna Busskohl, Jaelyn Caballero and Valeria Hernandez; (front l-r) Phoenix Martinez, Oliver Bowles, Dezirae Munoz, Aaniyiah Maxwell, Sirena Vela and Dorotea DeLeon.
The Seguin High School Powerlifting team competed in the first meet of the season on Jan. 11 in Kyle. The boys team brought home first place honors. Individually, Gia Ross (114 weight class) and Eli Edwards (123 weight class) finished in first place and qualified to advance to the Regional meet. Reese Janda (132 weight class) and Emilee Delarosa (198 weight class) also took first place. Chanse Hernandez (198 weight class) finished in second while Joel Salazar (165 weight class) took third. Nate Langford serves as Seguin High School Powerlifting coach.
A few of the Matador Band students receiving All-District, All-Region or All-Area honors include (back row l-r) Dustin Durbin, Robert Kibbe, Brayan Garcia-Lechuga, Casey Silvius, Zachariah Kaplan, Landon Vogt, William Kuempel and (front l-r) Jeremiah Martinez, Brianna Vasquez, Ailine Meraz, Tara Palmer, Peyton Silvias and Alivia Avila.
Vogel Elementary School staff selected five families to be gifted with holiday presents thanks to the generosity of the Schertz YMCA. Principal Laura Flack and assistant principal Tiffany Wehe accepted the gifts that will be delivered to the families. Special thanks to Kimberly Bottiglieri, Schertz YMCA membership coordinator, for thinking of Vogel families during the holiday season.
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