The Judson Independent School District was one of only three public school districts in Bexar County in which all their schools met state standards.

Reading teacher Katherine Horn, a Judson employee of 13 years, is celebrating.

"We've worked very hard this year to have vertical alignment to make sure our teachers are working together and collaborating with the other campuses," said Horn.

"Each one of those schools met the STAAR Test standards that the state has put out there in terms of math (and) English," said JISD spokesman Steve Linscomb.

On Tuesday, teachers from the district met for their annual convocation.  The superintendent and his staff highlighted students and schools for their recent accomplishments.

Judson ISD is the fourth largest district in Bexar County, with 27 campuses, 1,500 teachers, and more than 22,00 students. 

Horn says teachers and staff work very hard to make sure each student gets the most of their education.

"From kindergarten all the way up through 12th grade, we are preparing them one year at a time (and) that the years are coming together seamlessly," said Horn.

Judson ISD also has seven schools that reached distinction level. Those levels were in either math, English/language arts, or top 25 percent in progress.

To see the full list of all the Texas school districts that did well, click here.

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