SHISD Mid-Week Message

Weekly Superintendent's Message for Spring Hill ISD

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Sergeant McAuley and Sergeant Hood with the US Army Visit Mrs. Bass' Robotics Class

Sergeant Hood and Sergeant McAuley are scheduled to bring robots that are used by the US Army to Mrs. Bass's robotics class on Friday. They will give a demonstration on the tasks these robots perform, such as search and rescue missions.
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Panther Family News


  • Our sincerest sympathy goes out to Terry Warr and her family in the loss of Terry's daughter, Bonnie Gomer. Bonnie also has a daughter in 8th grade at SHSID.

High School Students Roll Up Their Sleeves and Give Blood

Primary Panther Partners Meet with 8th Grade Leadership Classes

First and second grade Panther Partners walk to the junior high campus to meet their mentors in Mrs. Haney's 8th grade Leadership classes. They look forward to the great things they will do together this year.

Congratulations to Mrs. Walker's Accomplished Authors

Mrs. Walker's 4th grade writing class spent the first month of school learning the writing process. The students generated lists of personal stories. They then drafted, edited, revised, and scheduled teacher conferences to take their draft to the publishing phase. All 43 students successfully made it through the entire process and were super proud of their products.

The author's paper that went above and beyond from each class was chosen to be the Accomplished Author for their drafting piece.

Honorary Football Captain Gene King Tosses the Coin at the Spring Hill ~ White Oak Game

Gene and wife Betty are both graduates of White Oak High School. Gene played on the 1957 State Co-Championship football team.

He began his professional educational career at Spring Hill ISD and remained there until he retired after 31 years. He served as Athletic Director, football and track coach, and High School principal.

Coach King spends his retirement with family . . . daughter Kristi and son-in-law Kyle, both employees of Spring Hill Schools, and son Brandon. Grandchildren Kameron and Cade are both graduates of SHHS and granddaughter Karlie is a proud member of the Blue Brigade marching band. Grandson Bryant plays baseball for Spring Hill.

Pictured below:

  • Steven Snell, Gene King and Kyle Linthicum during the National Anthem
  • Coach King tossing the coin as the Honorary Captain
  • Coach King encourages the official to make the right calls
  • Gene and Betty celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary

Thank you Coach King for your dedication to the kids of Spring Hill ISD for so many years. We appreciate you!

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Stop the Bleed Campaign

Missie Banda, Trauma Services Manager with Christus Good Shepherd, Amy Dodgen, EMS Section Chief with Longview Fire Department, Fireman J Lawrence and Dr. Charles Burtis, Medical Director for Longview Fire Department make a presentation to the District Leadership Team at the monthly DLT meeting on the the national campaign to Stop the Bleed. Also pictured is Nurse Jaymie Walton who will be leading the campaign at SHISD.

Launched in October of 2015 by the White House, Stop the Bleed is a national awareness campaign and a call to action. Stop the Bleed is intended to cultivate grassroots efforts that encourage bystanders to become trained, equipped, and empowered to help in a bleeding emergency before professional help arrives.

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Congratulations to the Panthers 42-14 Win over White Oak

BTH Panther Radio

Panther fans who are not able to make it to the football games on Friday night, can now listen live on Panther Radio for play by play action.

Introducing the New and Improved Newspaper: The Panther's Paw

Our old paper was from the dinosaur age. NOW INTRODUCING the new and improved newspaper: THE PANTHER'S PAW


Varsity Tennis Defeats Undefeated Whitehouse, 12 - 7

The Panthers took on Whitehouse this past weekend. Whitehouse has gone this season undefeated, that was until they took on the Panthers! Spring Hill battled through the hot and humid weather to win 12-7 against Whitehouse. Here are the results from that day:

Boy's Doubles

  1. Patel/Castleberry def. Peters/Anderson 6-2, 6-3
  2. Moore/Massey def. Wood/Moulten 7-5, 5-7, 10-7
  3. McNabb/J. Couch def. Sanders/Henson 6-1, 6-4

Girl's Doubles

  1. Penn/Morton def. Pagaduan/Arthur 6-2, 6-1
  2. Nichols/McKelvey def. Marshall/Davis 6-2, 6-1
  3. Malloy/Croom lost to Leach/Fulmer 5-7, 2-6

Mixed Doubles

  1. Montgomery/Z. Couch lost to Teves/Turner 2-6, 2-6

Boy's Singles

  1. Kavin Patel def. Colton Turner 6-0, 6-2
  2. Collin Castleberry lost to Grant Anderson 2-6, 4-6
  3. Micah Moore def. Roby Moulton 6-2, 6-3
  4. Alston Massey lost to Gage Henson 6-3, 0-2 ret.
  5. Carson McNabb def. Preston Peters 7-5, 6-4
  6. Zach Couch lost to Jacob Sanders 0-6, 3-6

Girl's Singles

  1. Lexi Penn def. Sarah Teves 6-0, 6-2
  2. Emmaline Nichols def. Kaya Arthur 7-5, 6-0
  3. Maz Morton def. Jill Pagaduan 6-1, 2-1 ret.
  4. Logan McKelvey def. Karlee Fulmer 6-3, 1-6, 14-12
  5. Maylea Malloy lost to Perri Marshall 2-6, 2-6
  6. Kennedy Croom lost to Victoria Bassham 3-8

Come out and support the Panthers!

JV Volleyball Wins First Place in New Diana Tournament

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JV Panther Tennis Defeats John Tyler 14 - 2

This past weekend, the JV Panthers took on John Tyler and defeated them 14-2. Here are the results from that day:

Boys Doubles

  1. Pearce/Hurst def. Hernandez/Santibanez 8-5
  2. Snell/Bodenheimer def. Patino/Silva 8-4
  3. Marsolan/Tipton def. Carrillo/Jones 8-1
  4. Thomas/Martin def. Campos/Landers 8-1

Mixed Doubles

  1. Chandler/Kokenzie def. Bravo/Lopez 8-7(4)

Boy's Singles

  1. Andy Pearce lost to Jose Santibanez 0-8
  2. Will Snell def. David Hernandez 8-0
  3. Nick Bodenheimer def. Enrique Silva 8-4
  4. Luke Hurst def. Reynaldo Patino 8-1
  5. Brooks Chandler def. Quynton Jones 8-1
  6. Owen Tipton def. Florence Moliau 8-1
  7. Jayden Marsolan def. Issac Carrillo 8-1
  8. Cooper Thomas def. Enoc Braro 8-0
  9. Austin Martin def. Jacqueline Castillo 8-1

Girl's Singles

  1. Allie Kokenzie def. Roguel Goona 0-8

Keep cheering on the Panthers!

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SH Education Foundation Upcoming Events

Employee Jeans through September

We Back the Blue/Panther 1000 Annual Campaign Drive

Legacy Awards/Reception

Friday, October 5

Reception 5 pm @ Museum

Awards 6:40 pm @ Stadium

McAlister’s Night

Tuesday, October 16, 5 pm

Designer Handbag Bingo

Tuesday, November 6

Doors open 5:30/Games 6:15 pm

HS Cafeteria

Raffles: $5 each or 3/$10

Football Basket

Chick Fil A for a year

Pizza King for a year

Premium Panther Pick Up

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Spring Hill ISD Partnerships

Spring Hill ISD would like to thank the following sponsors for their continued support through the marquee partnership program. Proceeds help support:
  • Classroom technology
  • Fine arts exposure and experience
  • Support athletic programs
  • Innovative classes for sports marketing and game day production
  • Scholarships

For advertising information, please contact the superintendent's office at 903-323-7740.

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