Assistant Principal: Carrie Tracy
School Hours: 7:45 a.m. - 2:45 p.m.
School Colors: Navy and green
Motto: Learning today... leading tomorrow.
Year Opened: 1963
Phone: (469) 752-3200
Fax: (469) 752-3201
1400 Janwood Drive
Plano, TX 75075
AchievementsPlano ISD Beginning Teacher of the Year, Luz-Dalia Valentin (2011); Hannah Shorey, PACE teacher, recipient Excellence in Teaching Award (2009); Jeremy Ying, PSHS Valedictorian (2009); Philip Dollin, PESH Valedictorian (2005); D Magazine "Best Public Elementary School in Dallas" (2003-05); Fire Prevention Poster District Level winner (2004-05); Plano ISD Teacher of the Year, Maria Marquez (2005); Recipient of multiple Plano Education Foundation grants and Plano Senior High grants annually; Maria Marquez named BEAM Educator of the Year (Bilingual Educators' Association of the Metroplex); Alicia Fernandez, Bilingual Literacy, recipient Excellence in Teaching award (2005–06); Luz Valentin recipient 2007 PISD Superintendent’s Service award; Blanca Colato recipient 2010 PISD Superintendent's Service award; and Kari Tolle, Instructional Specialist, recipient Excellence in Teaching award (2013-14).
Campus ProgramsSigler Family Literacy; All Pro Dad's; Color Run; Self Manager program; Sigler Stomp Team; chess club; Sigler soccer club; dance club; Learning Commons/Makerspace; Knitter Kritters; yoga club; Central Cluster Family Services program site; Plano Academic Creative Education (PACE) for identified gifted and talented students; Bluebonnet Reading program; Marathon Kids; science and history fairs; Safety Patrol; Morning Broadcast Crew; Recycling Project; Holiday Sing; Spirit Award assemblies; and PASAR (district's after-school program).
Parent Involvement OpportunitiesPTA; Fall Family Picnic & Color Run; Lunch with Someone You Love; All Pro Dad’s; movie nights; bingo nights; Mother/Son dance; Father/Daughter dance; fifth-grade celebration; mentors; field day; AVID Nights; Bilingual/ESL Game night; Multicultural night; workroom volunteers; Collin County Adventure camp (fifth-grade); School-Based Improvement Committee (SBIC); field trip chaperones; book fair; and homeroom coordinators.
Community/Business PartnershipsAT&T; Chamberlain Performing Arts; Cigna; ESTECH INC. (ESI); Hunter’s Glen Baptist Church; Lion's Club; Operation School Bell; Plano ISD Administration; Plano Rotary Club; St. Jude Medical; Texas Health Resources; Toyota; Watermark Church; and Youth Mentoring Network of Plano.
History of Sigler
Emory Alvin Sigler was born in Lewisville in 1897 and raised there. After graduating from high school, he earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from what is now the University of North Texas with post-graduate work at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Sigler taught in Celina and Frisco following World War I, where he also serve as principal of the high school. In 1927, Sigler was asked to fill the position of Superintendent of Plano ISD. During his subsequent career as an administrator, he served on many state and national educational committees.
In 1961, after 34 years as Superintendent, Sigler “retired” to become Plano ISD’s first director of business services, a position he held for seven years. E.A. Sigler and his wife Mary, whom he married in 1921, had two sons, E.A. Jr., and Jimmy. He died in 1994.
Sigler Elementary opened in 1964 with two additions in 1970 and 1992, respectively.