As part of National School Bus Safety Week, Pharr-San Juan-Alamo ISD (PSJA) would like to thank and recognize all bus drivers and transportation staff who safely drive our most precious cargo to and from school every d
MCALLEN, TX (October 13, 2017) – Texas Workforce Commissioner Representing Labor Julian Alvarez, III presented a $221,799 Skills Development Fund Grant to South Texas College and a $342,740 Jobs and Education (JET) grant to PSJA ISD at a special ceremony on Friday, Oct. 13
The PSJA Memorial Early College High School Tennis team recently won its third District Title after finishing the season strong by winning 13-6 over PSJA Southwest Early College HS.
Lower Rio Grande Valley Learning Landscapes Collaborative (LRGV LL) has been designated a valued partner as a Conservation Wrangler by Austin-based, nonprofit Texan by Nature for the creation of native habitats as learning centers as part of a multi-school district initiative in South Texas. Founded by former First Lady Laura Bush, Texan by Nature’s mission is to spur Texan-led conservation that produces tangible benefits for people, prosperity, and natural resources by activating new investments in conservation.
A librarian at Pharr-San Juan Alamo ISD (PSJA) has been selected as a winner of the Capstone “The Power of Librarians” National Photo Contest. Amy Marquez, librarian at Marcia Garza Elementary in Alamo, is the only librarian from the Rio Grande Valley and one of 12 librarians in the Nation selected for the contest.