Sinton ISD Celebrates National School Lunch Week
“Score Big With a Healthy Texas Lunch”
Ensuring access to balanced, healthy meals for all young people is essential to their success, and it is our responsibility as a Nation. Today, more than 30 million children depend on the National School Lunch Program for daily nutrition, and more than 13 million children are able to start their school day with a full stomach because of the School Breakfast Program.For many young people, these programs are the only regular source of food. That is why it is more important than ever to strengthen them and make sure they are supporting healthy lifestyles in classrooms across America.
Welder Supports Pirates
We would like to thank every one that came out and supported the Pirates last Thursday. It was a great turnout! Welder Elementary was excited to show their school spirit by participating with some awesome floats. We would like to congratulate Mrs. Chapa’s first grade class for winning the chance to ride on the PTA float.
New Middle School Groundbreaking
Down with the OLD and up with the NEW! Sinton ISD broke ground on the new Middle School today. Present to celebrate the event where all Board Members, the Superintendent, Deputy Superintendent, Asst. Superintendent, Middle School administrators, contractors and several guests. The district hopes to have the school ready sometime next school year.
Sinton Students Participate at FPS INTERNATIONAL Conference
Sinton I.S.D. students experienced the excitement of creative thinking and the thrill of resolving complex problems with unique solution ideas when they attended the Future Problem Solving International Conference at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa June 12-15. The competitions revolved around the topic of Space.
Smith Middle School students Hannah Carawan and Emma Nieto, and Sinton High School students Kendall Allen, Alexis Brown, Rylee Kay, Madeline Nieto, and Madi Schaefer participated in four days of stimulating competitive problem solving, social activities, and cooperative performances. All students competed in a two-hour competition in which they analyzed a future scene based on the topic of Space and then worked through the 6-step problem solving process to come up with an action plan that would solve an underlying challenge within the future scene.