Pirate Football Camp
The Sinton Athletic Department is holding the 2014 Pirate Football Camp at Sinton High School July 28-30 (8:30am to 11:30am) for ages – K thru 9th Grade. The Cost is $25 and includes a camp T-Shirt. Click HERE for the form and more information.
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.
SHS Wins 3AAA Division
Sinton High School won the 3AAA Division for most blood donations with 571 units of blood donated. Sinton SHS student Megan Castillo also won the Coastal Bend Blood Bank T-Shirt Design contest. Shirts with her design will be given away to donors all across the coastal bend beginning from August 2014 to May 2015. Forty Five Sinton High School seniors received their red cords at Sinton High awards program Tuesday, May 20 for their contribution to the blood drive which they will wear at graduation. We are so proud of all SHS students, teachers, administrators, staff and the community members that unselfishly give the gift of life. One unit of blood has the potential to save 3 lives. Pictured here are (Left to Right) Supt. Pari Whitten, Joe Gabriel Urdiales, Kristen Sanchez, Megan Castillo, Victoria Ramos, Erin Peterson Survant of the Coastal Bend Blood Center and HS Principal Dan Smith.
3d Printing - From Design to Product
Sinton High School STEM classes added a new tool to their belt this week, a 3d printer and digitizer. Students can now design products using their Computer Aided Design (CAD) programs and then print a real prototype using their new MakerBot Brand 3d printer. This printer which uses a material similar to weed eater line, will help student test their designs by creating real products. Pictured here is Pat Rodriguez and one of her students printing a student designed object.
Notification concerning 2012-2013 NCLB Report Card
Sinton ISD is sharing NCLB Report Card information about the district and your child's campus with you as part of Sinton ISD's obligations under the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB).
NCLB Report Cards for the state as a whole, the district, and each district's campuses are now available on the Texas Education Agency (TEA) website. Click here for more information and links to the NCLB report cards on the TEA website.
2nd Graders Learn About New Cell Phone Law
Published February 11, 2014 | By C. Silva
Sinton Police officer Chris Martinez and court clerk Jennifer Gonzales spoke to second graders on Monday, Feb. 10th about the new cell phone law. The hands free law will go into effect in Sinton on March 1st. Second graders will participate in a poster contest promoting the new law, with prizes going to the top 3 entries. All posters will be used around the city at local businesses to remind citizens of the new ordinance.