Sinton ISD District Newsletter

Upcoming Events

Sinton ISD will pay the registration fee for any Sinton ISD parent or guardian. If you have any questions about the parent conference or would like to attend, please contact Heidi Menchaca at 361-364-6838.

*Dates subject to change* Check for updates at Sintonisd.net or our Facebook page

SISD will pay the registration fee for any SISD parent or guardian. Contact Heidi Menchaca at 361-364-6838 with any questions or to make your reservations for the conference.

Welder Elementary

Welder Fall Book Fair begins on Monday, November 6th and runs through Friday, November 10, 2017 from 8:00 am - 11:55am, 1:00pm - 4:00pm. Tuesday, November 7th is Family night and the book fair will be also be open from 4:00pm - 7pm. The book fair will be held in the library. If you are unable to come by and visit the book fair, you can send money with with your child, but please be sure to keep in mind taxes are added. Checks can be made out to Sinton ISD. If you are sending cash, please put it in an envelope with a note so the Librarian can assist your child. You may contact Mrs. Maureen Stevens at the Welder Elementary Library at 364-6604 with any questions.


Our SHS and SMS cheerleaders and SHS Athletes promoted Red Ribbon Week at Welder. Welder enjoyed Drug Free cheers and chants. Our SHS students shared many reasons to be Drug Free including, "I want to be a successful college student."

Red Ribbon Week Pep Rally at Welder

Sinton High School Athletes speaking to Welder students promoting Red Ribbon Week and shared many reasons to be drug free.

Welder ended Red Ribbon Week with a Fun Run/Walk. The theme on Friday was, "I believe in me! Happy, Healthy, and Drug Free!"

Welder Red Ribbon Week Door Contest Winners included Mrs. Fishbeck in PreK, Mrs. Fuentes in kinder, both Mrs. Black and Ms. Shedd in first grade and Mrs Gray in second grade. Congratulations!

Top Left to Right: Ms. Fishbeck, Ms. Gray & Ms. Black. Bottom from Left: Mrs. Fuentes

great things are happening at welder elementary

Welder Students who showed good character are treated to a positive behavior reward each six weeks. The first reward was a dance party in the Welder gym on October 11 & 12. Students are encouraged to make good choices at school each day so they can attend the next behavior reward.

Dinosaur George’s Traveling Museum was back at Welder! It’s the largest exhibit of its kind in North America. Students were able to see prehistoric creatures from around the world, ice-aged mammals, amazing sea creatures and dinosaurs from every time period. The exhibit included “Stan,”one of the largest Tyrannosaurus ever discovered. Families were invited to attend a Family Night on Monday, September 25.

Welder students enjoyed a Julian Franklin Production organized by our librarian, Mrs. Stevens. The Dr. Seuss presentation brought books to life for our students and helps instill their love for literacy.

Welder Pre-K students are treated to a visit with Mr. Kippy every Friday. Mr. Kippy also makes time to stop and visit our Kindergarten students in the cafeteria.

Every year, staff, parents, and community members dress up as book characters and read to to Welder Elementary students to help promote literacy. Thank you to all that participated.

Sinton Elementary

Sinton Volunteer Fire Department stopped by to greet the students

sinton elementary red ribbon week

see you at the pole

Smith middle school

smith middle school choir

Smith Middle School Choir Supporting Red Ribbon Week

VFW Essay Contest Winners

Middle school Robotics team

On Saturday, October 28th, E.M. Smith Middle School Robotics team competed in their first competition of the 2017-2018 school year at Ball High School in Galveston, Texas. The SMS Team finished the qualifying rounds with rankings of 9th, 24th and 30th. Congratulations!

Sinton High School



Seniors in the AVID class got to participate in a new tradition to start off the school year. Sinton ISD employees including the superintendent, principal, counselors, teachers and coaches spoke to the AVID senior class to not only help prepare them for their senior year and beyond, but to share their wisdom, experiences, words of inspiration and encouragement, moving some students to tears. At the end, all raised their glass of sparkling grape juice to toast their success.

Ms. Alicia Hall, AVID teacher reading words of inspiration and encouragement to her AVID class seniors before the toast.

Administrators, teachers, and counselors toasting grape juice along with the students to their successful future.

"So here's to you. I'm raising my glass. May you set the standard for the BEST IN CLASS"

Learning and team-building can be fun in AVID

Congratulations to all that made the Region 14 Treble Choir!!

On Saturday, October 28th, Sinton High School Robotics Team competed in their first competition of the 2017-2018 school year at Ball High School in Galveston, Texas. SHS (Team 311y), finished the qualifying rounds ranked 4th with a 6-1 record. Congratulations!


Top row: ASL III attends the 2017 Texas School for the Deaf Homecoming. Bottom left: ASL III students getting ready to sign on the field. Bottom right: ASL represented throughout the 2017-2018 Homecoming Court

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