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Trustees to meet in Uvalde for regular meeting
Southwest Texas Junior Board of Trustees will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. in the Matthews Student Center Bluebonnet Room in Uvalde.

Items on the agenda include reviewing thew first quarter investment report and act on the financial statement as of Dec. 31. 

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Entries being sought for annual college creative arts contest
Uvalde, Texas, Jan. 12 – Calling all artists! Southwest Texas Junior College is seeking entries for its 36th Annual Creative Arts Contest.


Plans are underway, and entry deadlines have been announced for the yearly creative arts contest.

Rules and entry form are available at www.swtjc.edu. The entry deadline for literary and visual arts is 5 p.m., Wednesday, March 23. ENTRY FORM

Cash prizes, trophies, and medals will be awarded in the annual event, which attracts thousands of art, photography and writing entries from across the region.

Trophies and medals will be awarded to first through fourth place in all age groups and categories. Judges will also select an overall literary and visual arts winner in each age group. Cash prizes of $20 will be presented to overall winners.

Age divisions will be the same as last year and will include: Pre-K and Kindergarten, grades 1-2, grades 3-4, grades 5-6, grades 7-8, grades 9-10, grades 11-12, college and community.

The SWTJC Arts and Sciences Division and the SWTJC Public Information Office coordinate the annual event.

“The college has a strong commitment to supporting and promoting the creative arts, and we look forward to another year of outstanding entries,” said Cheryl Sanchez, dean of the college of liberal arts.

Sanchez encourages all area English and language arts teachers in public and private schools, as well as home school teachers, to have their students to enter the contest.

“We know the demands on teachers are enormous, but this doesn’t have to be work written specifically for the contest,” Sanchez said. “I encourage teachers to get their top writers to submit entries from their best efforts during the school year, even if they were turned in last fall.”

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Auto tech dual credit classes get new equipment
Auto Tech Group 1Southwest Texas Junior College dual credit automotive technology students in Uvalde are enjoying brand new equipment thanks to a grant from the Texas Workforce Commission.

The Dual Credit Career and Technical Education Equipment Grant of $87,700 was awarded to SWTJC to purchase, repair, or replace equipment to support new or existing Dual Credit CTE programs between lower-division institutions of higher education and Texas Independent School Districts.

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College students donate tools to house fire victim
Richard Castillo donationUvalde, Texas, Dec. 22 – “Tis the season”, for many things, one of those being the act of giving. A perfect example of this philosophy is the rousing act of kindness performed by the SWTJC air conditioning students for a former student who recently has gone through some difficult times.

On Aug. 29, Uvalde resident, Richard Castillo and his wife lost their home of over 20 years to a fire caused by an electrical short.  Everything they owned was lost, including Castillo’s tools used for repairing appliances.

Having to stand and watch your house burn down would be a horrific experience for anyone, however on that Monday afternoon Castillo not only lost his home, he also lost his business. He would operate Ricardo and Sons Appliance Repairs from his home.

Castillo has been unable to work since the day he lost his home and business, instead he has been diligently rebuilding the house where he raised his four kids.

Everyday he shows up and does what he can do.  According to Castillo many people have come to his aid.

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Christmas tree lighting event draws large crowd
LightsUvalde, Texas, Dec. 11 – SWTJC hosted the third annual Christmas at the College event, which drew approximately one thousand attendees on Wednesday (Dec. 7) in Uvalde.

SWTJC President, Dr. Hector Gonzales was introduced by Rob Fowler who served as master of ceremonies for the evening. Gonzales thanked everyone for showing their support and commented on the success of the event. PHOTOS

Gonzales went on to commend the numerous individuals who contributed to decorating the campus. Johnny Castillo, college electrician and his family received special recognition during the evening’s festivities for his hard work and the countless hours devoted to preparing the campus for the event.

“I especially want to thank Johnny’s family for sharing him with us,” said Gonzales. “Over the last several weeks he has been here late, running power for all these lights we have here tonight.”

Highlighting the evening’s festivities was the arrival of Santa Claus in a short parade with the participation of the Uvalde High School band, a float filled with SWTJC students from Powers & Kirchner Child Development Center (SWTJC Daycare).

Santa was available throughout the evening for pictures; an estimated 600 children and adults took pictures with Santa Claus. Photos with Santa are available for download at swtjc.edu at no cost. SANTA PHOTOS

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