Sigler Elementary Thursday News

November 12th

Pace Program Referral Information

PACE provides services for academically gifted and/or talented students in grades K-12 who have demonstrated the need for advanced, differentiated instruction. Students may be referred for the gifted program by teachers, parents, principals, counselors, or by the students themselves.

If you are interested in referring your child for PACE assessment, please use the following link for information regarding the program, the process, and the referral application: The deadline for ALL grades is December 9, 2015. If you have any questions, contact Laura Dizien ( or 469-752-3266.

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Lunch with Someone You Love - Thurs. Nov. 19th

Let Us Know You are Coming - RSVP

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Collin Count Poetry Contest - Open to Adults and Students

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Tell Everyone It Is Your Child's Birthday!

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Sigler PTA - Parents Night Out

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Sigler Elementary has joined The Great American Can Roundup again this year to help fight litter, save valuable resources and conserve energy contributing to a sustainable future. The proceeds Sigler garners from recycling used aluminum cans will be used to fund various class projects and purchasing school supplies. Last year, Sigler earned 257 dollars and purchased two Sphero Robotic Balls. We came in second place in the state by collecting 600 lbs. of aluminum cans.

Sigler Elementary desires to be the top recycling school in Texas, win $1000 and with the donation of your cans it will increase the chance of our school winning.

Please consider donating your used, all-aluminum beverage cans or your receipts from your recycling center until April 22nd.

The Great American Can Roundup is sponsored by the Can Manufacturers Institute (CMI), which represents beverage can makers and suppliers to the industry and is committed to ensuring that all aluminum cans are recycled. The Great American Can Roundup initiative is in celebration of the 76th anniversary of the beverage can and to help schools like Sigler Elementary in their efforts to recycle cans for cash.

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