Sinton ISD News

Latchkey Love

This video highlights the State Champion CMPS project; Latchkey Love completed by Emma Nieto.


Coastal Bend Heroes

Sinton High School won first place in the 2017-2018 Coastal Bend Heroes Challenge Blood Drive for 4AAAA schools in the Coastal Bend. The award was presented Wednesday, May 16 at the Coastal Bend Blood Center Awards Luncheon in Corpus Christi. The Sinton Pirate blood drives generated 522 units. Pictured receiving the award are Meelena Fletcher, Greta Kieschnick,who are the new SHS Blood Drive Ambassadors for 2018-10, Tracy Tannehill, Janu Patel, SHS Blood Drive Ambassadors for this year and Celeste Baggett Coastal Bend Blood Center Donor Recruiter/Public Relations. This school year there were 235 Blood Drives at 53 schools in the Coastal Bend. 10,961 units of blood were collected.


End of Year Parent Survey

Parents and guardians, we value your opinion and we need your input. We encourage all parents to participate and complete the end of the year parent survey. Survey results provide insight into our learning environment, help the district better understand our strengths and target areas for improvement.  This survey is anonymous.  If you have any questions, please contact the Federal and Special Programs department at 364-6838.


Life After High School

Life after High School

WHAT’S NEXT?

Graduation from high school can feel both liberating and terrifying. The future is yours to shape, but where do you go from here?  Check out these books available in our digital library to help with your transition.

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Future Problem Solvers

36 students from Sinton ISD representing Sinton Elementary, Smith Middle School, and Sinton High participated in the Future Problem Solving State Bowl held FridaySaturday and Sunday (April 13,14 & 15) in San Marcos. Individuals and teams are coached by Elizabeth Nieto and Henry Perez and assisted by Maggie Gibson.

Top left is Junior Division Global Issues Top Ten Finalist Team Jayden Gonzales, Lila McCain, Rylee Paine and Samuel Morales. Top right is Junior Division Global Issues 1st place Individual Jamie Burch. Bottom left is Senior Division Community Problem Solving Grand Champion Emma Nieto. Middle right is 2nd place Junior Division Global Issues Individual Jolie Lankford. Bottom right is 2nd place Junior Scenario author Keira Rodriguez.

Jamie, Jolie, Emma and Keira will represent Texas at the FPS  International Conference in Lacrosse, Wisconsin June 6-10th.