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Largest law enforcement academy slated to start Aug. 1
Academy orientationA total of 44 students were on hand for orientation on Thursday (July 28) as the Middle Rio Grande Law Enforcement Academy prepares to begin the fall semester.



Instruction in the 18-week academy will officially begin on the first day of class Monday, Aug. 1. The class will end in December 2.



Amy Maldonado and Johnny Field were hired as fulltime instructors in order to manage the largest class the academy has had in all of its years of operation.


Maldonado is a 20-year veteran and has spent the last 16 years working with the Uvalde Police Department.

Fields is a 16-year veteran and has spent the last four years as constable for precinct one in Uvalde.

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SWTJC hosts first ever summer engineering camp for area high school students
Engineering Camp StudentsThe five-week summer engineering camp for incoming Associate of Science in Engineering Science (ASES) students wrapped up on July 7 in Uvalde.

A total of nine students from local area high schools participated in the camp; earning college credit in pre-calculus and college physics while working on engineering projects with Brandon Gurwell, engineering instructor.

Students visited with Texas Department of Transportation engineers and toured the construction site of a new 1.8 million square foot consolidated rental car and public parking facility at the San Antonio International Airport.

“The students did a great job throughout the duration of our first ever engineering camp,” said Oscar Gaytan, STEM Outreach Coordinator. “They were very receptive to learning and we look forward to hosting the camp again next year.”

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Registration continues for fall classes
girl registeringA total of 3,703 students have enrolled for fall 2016 classes, which are set to begin Aug. 22.

According to SWTJC Registrar Luis Fernandez, the last day to register for classes will be Friday, Aug. 12, with late registration scheduled for Aug. 15 - 23.

Any student coming in to register during the late registration period should have been awarded financial aid or have a payment option in mind.

“It doesn’t do us or the student any good to have them register for classes and then have to drop them after two weeks due to lack of payment,” Fernandez said. “We encourage registered students to visit with the financial aid and business offices to make sure they have been awarded financial aid assistance and are paid up.”

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SWTJC honor society students earn RGC scholarships
Ryan and Ruth sitting with Dr. SorrelsBy Laura Nelson|Rio Grande College

Recent Southwest Texas Junior College graduates Ruth Yaritza Alcantar and Ryan J. Alldritt demonstrated their academic chops by achieving membership in Phi Theta Kappa, a national honor society for students enrolled in two-year institutions which also earned them Sul Ross State University Rio Grande College Excellence Scholarships.

To be inducted into PTK, students must earn a 3.5 grade point average (based on a 4.0 scale) while attending full-time and then must maintain at least a 3.0 GPA throughout their junior college career. To earn the Rio Grande College Excellence scholarship, students must be a member of PTK or similar honor organization with an overall GPA of 3.2 and must enroll at RGC with a minimum of nine hours for the fall and spring semesters. This scholarship awards students up to $2,000 per year and is renewable for those who attend a financial literacy course, take courses on their official degree plan, and maintain the specified academic standards.

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SWTJC cosmetology students compete in annual summer contest
winnersSWTJC cosmetology student Jo Brandon Sepeda was the first place winner in the annual summer SWTJC Salon Management Contest held at the Uvalde campus. 


Second place winner was April Romo, while Priscilla Amaro placed third. A total of 15 students participated in the contest. 


Contestants created a salon layout project for their dream salon, following all the rules and regulations from the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. 


The salon models were judged on neatness, interior design, pleasing to the eye, creativity and workmanship.

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SWTJC-bound Hutto heads to national rodeo
Hutto action shotby: Lane Riggs|Uvalde Leader News

D’Hanis High School class of 2016 graduate Mitchell Hutto, son of John Hutto and Julie Skiles, has earned a spot as a competitor in the National High School Finals Rodeo (NHSFR) in Gillette, Wyoming, at the CAM-PLEX event facility.



In the rodeo, which begins today and ends Saturday, Hutto will be competing in the steer wrestling event.



The rodeo, billed as “the world’s largest rodeo,” lives up to its name with more than 1,650 contestants from 43 states, five Canadian provinces, and Australia.

Competitors have the chance to win more than $200,000 in prizes, in addition to more than $350,000 in college scholarships and the chance to be named a NHSFR world champion.

In order to claim the NHSFR title, the competitor must finish in the top 20, based on combined scores and/or times in the first two rounds.


If the contestants are within the top 20, they will then advance to the final round, held on July 23. The champions will be determined based on their three-round combined times and scores.

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