SHISD Mid-Week Message

Weekly Superintendent's Message for Spring Hill ISD

Beginning to look a lot like Christmas

Great week in Spring Hill ISD. As the weather has turned cold, the hearts of our students stay warm and generous. They have been involved in many service projects and have shown a spirit of giving this Christmas season. This week the Blue Brigade performed their Christmas concerts in grades 6-12, which is also one of the best nights of the school year. I hope everyone has a great weekend! -Steve Snell


Birthdays

  • Susan Lumbert 12/04
  • Cheryl Tovar 12/07
  • Paige Childers 12/07
  • Robert Albright 12/08
  • D'Lee Reagh 12/08

Primary Campus Collecting Items for The House of Hope

The Primary Campus is collecting canned food, mittens and scarves for the House of Hope. Please send items with your child to school to put on and around the tree!

Junior High Student Council Adopts a Family for Christmas

The Junior High Student Council went shopping for families they adopted for Christmas. Every fall the Student Council hosts a dance and the money raised from the dance provides Christmas for families in need. They adopted 2 families, each with 3 children and spent $1551.67.

Write a Letter to Santa

For every letter Spring Hill Primary collects, Macy's will donate $1 to the Make A Wish Foundation. The letters will be collected through December 20th and delivered December 21st. Anyone may write a letter and turn it in at the Primary. They have set a goal of $500, lets help them achieve that goal!

7th & 8th Grade Band Christmas Concert

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Ms. Jones Runs St. Jude Marathon & Gives Back

High School teacher Ms. Andrea Jones ran the St. Jude Memphis Marathon December 2nd. Not only did she run the marathon but she also raised $830.00 for St. Jude Children's Hospital. Congratulations on a job well done!

Longview WOW Gingerbread Man Comes to the Primary

Mrs. Jones, Kindergarten teacher, won a visit from the Gingerbread Man to the Primary Campus courtesy of Longview WOW Museum. They came and performed for the Kindergarten Friday, December 1st. Thanks Mrs. Jones for winning this fun performance for the school!

Junior High GT Program Presents Inventions

The Junior High GT Program created inventions to present to their classmates. They made a presentation board, gave a presentation and then were voted on by their peers to see who had the best invention. They spent many hours preparing their inventions and presentations. Great Job GT Class!

High School Student Council Adopts Buckner Family for Christmas

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Spring Hill Goes Blue for Brock

"Blue Out for Brock" happened throughout our area on Friday, December 1. Area schools pulled together and wore blue in support of Brock Gumm, a 3rd grader at Union Grove. Brock is battling Osteosarcoma and was only given a short time to live. It is so great to see many people throughout our community as well as many others come together and support this family.

Who Doesn't Love an Ugly Christmas Sweater?

Getting into the Christmas spirit, the Primary Office staff showed off their ugly Christmas sweaters this week.
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Freshman Basketball Beats Marshall 65-52

After suffering their first loss of the season, Spring Hill comes back on fire. They scored a season high 65 points (60 through 3Q) against a team that outsized Spring Hill. Curtis Crowe got the Panthers going in the first with his defensive play and scoring 7 points. Nick Stewart took over in the second quarter as Spring Hill had their highest scoring quarter of the year with 28 total points. Nick had 10 of those points himself. Kayden Miller found his stroke from the 3 point line in the 3rd quarter and dropped in 9 points. Miller was the leading scorer against Marshall with 14 total points. Aaron Collier had another solid outing with 11 points and 100% from the free throw line.

Other scorers:

Colin Martin – 8 points
Austin Rodgers – 3 points
Michael Williams – 3 points
Drew Bassett – 2 points

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Have you Downloaded the New Spring Hill App???

Download the new app today to stay in touch with all that is going on at Spring Hill ISD!

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