Home sweet home
Area students who recently took part in
the GeoFORCE Texas Summer Academy in Florida include (front, l-r) Alex
Dibbens of Utopia, Nairobi Gonzalez of Uvalde, Carolyn Hernandez of
Sabinal, (back) John Henry Contreras, Nora Cruz, Briana Vasquez and
Brandon Guerrero, all of Uvalde. Not pictured is Hannah Carnes of Nueces
Canyon High School.
Alfonso Santos puts final
touches to new paint in
the book store. The Uvalde campus book store renovation should be done
by second week in July.
Welding instructor Willie Garcia talks
with a member of the construction crew
currently working on an expansion to the Welding Technology Building in
Uvalde. Work on the project will be completed this summer.
Students in a lineman training class
showcase their skills during a "Lineman
Rodeo" held June 29 in Uvalde. Representatives from AEP, Medina Electric
and Rio Grande Electric were on hand for the event. The class will run
through July 27.
SWTJC Recruiting Coordinator Elsa De Hoyos (right)
prospective students during a college
orientation day held June 25 at the Hondo Public Library. The college
will offer a limited number of classes this fall in Hondo at the new
South Texas Regional Training Center.
SWTJC Uvalde math instructor Claudio Valenzuela
to a student's question during class on June
8. A total of 1,698 students are enrolled in Summer Session I classes
across the college's 11-county service area.
Hondo and Medina County officials show
blueprints to SWTJC Dean of Institutional Advancement and Technology
Dr. Blaine Bennett during a recent tour of the South Texas Regional
Training Center nearing completion in Hondo. Pictured are (l-r) Hondo
City Manager Bob Herrera, Hondo Mayor Jim Danner, Dr. Bennett and Medina
County Judge Jim Barden.
A/C lab assistant Jerry Garcia paints
floor of the A/C and refrigeration lab located in the Miller Building.