|200 S. Bowie
Sinton, Texas 78387
Phone: (361) 364-6900
36 students from Sinton ISD representing Sinton Elementary, Smith Middle School, and Sinton High participated in the Future Problem Solving State Bowl held Friday, Saturday 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.
The 5th graders recently took a tour of the Middle School and received valuable information to help them make choices about their classes for next year. Here is the information they were given: Orientation Guide 2018
Every student in Sinton ISD will receive FREE breakfast and FREE lunch every day at each campus, at least through the end of this school year (2017-2018). Every student will be receiving flyers that explain breakfast and lunch choices to them and to parents and guardians. Parents and guardians need to be aware that there will be no charging. If a student chooses more than one main dish or other extra item, they will have to pay cash for the item or have enough money in their account to pay for the extra item(s).
Sinton ISD appreciates the work of the members of the District Food Service Department who worked so diligently with the Texas Department of Agriculture to secure our participation in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program. For additional information please contact Silke West, Food Service Director, 322 South Archer Sinton, Texas 78387 361-364-681 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sinton ISD is now accepting referrals for students who may need Gifted/Talented (GT) Services for the school year. This program is designed for students who exhibit intellectual and creative thinking abilities at an extraordinary level not normally served in the regular classroom. Services are provided only upon identification of education needs of the student. Anyone wishing to refer a student attending Sinton ISD in first through twelfth grade may do so by requesting a referral form:
- From the student’s campus
- By clicking here to download the online form
- By calling 361-364-6838
If you have any questions about the GT program, please contact your child’s campus. This form must be returned to the school no later than Friday, December 1, 2017.