It is with great honor to announce, that Sarah Lobdell was offered a select position to be a part of the Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA).With this staff position; she will commit her time to instruct camps across the nation for the duration of the summer. She will set off to the Great Wolf Lodge located in Grapevine, TX on May 22-26 in order to complete and her further training as a UCA staff Cheerleader and will start instructing camps after graduating at SHS in June.
District Tennis Champs are Girls Doubles team of Jordyn Burnell and Stephanie Janycek and Mixed Doubles team of Kristen Moore and Louden Ramirez. They qualified for the regional tennis tournament representing District 31 4A on.Congratulations!!
Pictured is JaiMarie Davis, a 9 year old, 4th grade student at Sinton Elementary. JaiMarie was a Captain in the 2016 Texas Independence Relay. She is holding the baton the Mayor of Weimer presented to her as well as her Texas flag she carried during the race.
The Mission of this race is to educate and explain the importance of inclusion. All runners are called Angels. The participants being pushed are called Captains. Each Angel pushes the captains a certain leg of the race. The race is 200 miles, there are a total of 40 legs in the race with a total of 34 hours and 37 minutes to complete. The Captains total combined time in the chair was approximately 78 miles. When the Captains were not in their chairs, the Angles would carry a picture of the Captains when they ran.
The event kicked off with a party for all the runners and Captains on Friday night April 1, 2016 in Gonzales Texas. The race started April 2nd with a Cannon blast in Gonzales, where the spark of the Texas Revolution took place. The race finishes on April 3rd at the San Jacinto Monument, where Texas Independence was won!
The captains total combined time in the chair was approximately 78 miles. While the captains were not in their chairs, the Angles would carry a picture of the Captains when they ran.
A thank you is in order to the Sinton Nite Lions for delivering new dictionaries to all of the 3rd and 4th grade students at Sinton Elementary. Representatives for the Sinton Nite Lions Lulu Gomez, Mary Ann Janota and Melba Pawlik. Students pictured are from Ms. Holly Houser's 4th grade class.
Madison Brown and Dora Hernandez, 4th grade students at Sinton Elementary, placed 3rd in the Life Science Division at the Coastal Bend Science Fair held in Corpus Christ in February. Their project was titled "Hang Up and Concentrate" and explored the connection between using a cell phone while driving and a person's reaction time. Congratulations to both of these young ladies!