Juda School District

Excellence in Education
Creating leaders who are critical thinkers, problem solvers, and effective communicators. 

 Mission: The Juda School District, which is a partnership of community members, educators, parents and students, shares a common goal of engaged student learning, strong leadership, quality teaching, rigorous and diverse curriculum, and community service. 





MASONIC TEMPLE JUDA SCHOLARSHIP

    This year’s spaghetti dinner will be held on December 9 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Pre-purchase tickets will be $5 for adults and $3 for children. Pre-purchase tickets can be purchased at the Sugar River Bank - Juda or at the Juda School. Tickets can also be purchased at the door, and they will cost $6 for adults and $4 for children.

 

HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIR

    Juda School will be hosting their annual craft fair on Saturday, December 10. There will be vintage and primitive signs, jewelry, knitted and crocheted items, seasonal clothing, LuLaRoe clothing for women and children, wood crafts, and much more. Santa will also be making a special appearance.

 SENIOR CITIZEN LUNCHEON

    The Senior class will be hosting Juda’s annual Senior Citizen Luncheon on December 14, 2016, from 1:00 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. The luncheon will be held in the pit gym with performances by the Juda High School Band and Choir. All senior citizens will be invited to play B.I.N.G.O. For lunch, we will be serving Turkey sandwiches, cheesy hashbrowns, veggies, reindeer desserts, coffee, and milk. Please RSVP by December 9. To RSVP, call (608)934-5251, ext.221.

 

SCHOOL BOARD

    If you are interested in running for school board next spring, your papers need to be filed in the school district office by 5:00 p.m. on January 3.  There are two school board seats up for re-election next spring.  Patrick Daniels and Sue Trotter are both finishing up their current terms on the board.  

 DPI GRANT

    Congratulations to Logan Geisking for receiving $1000 from the DPI for a grant she wrote in youth violence prevention.  The focuses of the grant are dating violence and providing a safe environment for students who have experienced trauma.  













 



 



 



JUDA PANTHERS WEEKLY ACTIVITIES



Friday December 9: Masonic Spaghetti Supper

Boys Basketball Home vs. Albany @ 7pm-VARSITY ONLY (concessions-Seniors)

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Saturday December 10: Juda Booster Club Craft Fair

Wrestling @ Sugar River Invite

JV Girls Basketball @ Parkview: 1pm

Host SWBL Tournament @ Juda (all day)

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ART DEPARTMENT


    The Juda Art Department has a lot going on this week. The Kindergarten is working
on finishing their “12 Snowflakes, Snow Day” project. The First Grade is
completing their “Oil Pastel Snowman” project. The Second Grade is working on a
“Recess Mittens” project. The Third Grade is working on finishing a “12 Bells”
project. The Fourth Grade is working on their “12 Things Xmas List” project.
The Fifth Grade is working on their “Ugly Sweaters” project. The Sixth Grade is
working on a new paper mache project. The Eighth Grade is completing their “All
About Me” project. The High School Art Classes are beginning a project in which
they will sculpt a clay bust of their own faces.


FFA

    

Fruit order deliveries are the week of December 12. On the day of the delivery,
parents may come to get the orders, or students can pick them up after school.
Please contact Ralph Johnson at rj@judaschool.com or the school office at
934-5251 with any questions regarding the pick-up of these fruit orders.


 SPANISH CLUB


  The Juda Spanish Club is selling Savers Cards for the surrounding area. All members
should hand in all sales totals to the office this week. The Spanish Club also
received their shirts last week These shirts cost $12, and all members who wish
to have their shirts must pay first.


ELEMENTARY


    The Juda Elementary Christmas Concert is going to be held on Tuesday, December 13, at 6:30 p.m. All elementary students need to be in their classrooms at 6:15 p.m.