Spring Hill ISD

District Newsletter

A Message from the Superintendent

I would like to thank everyone for the part that we have all played in concluding another successful school year in Spring Hill ISD. Great school districts are a result of great communities working together in order to assure that our students are equipped with the skills needed for success.


After visiting with Mr. Robinett, he informed me that our high school students qualified for more than 200 spots at state competitions this school year. Spring Hill obtained state championships with our robotics team and with Lexi Penn, who won the girls singles tennis title. This type of representation at state level competitions is an extraordinary accomplishment for our district and a reflection of the dedication from our students, employees, parents and the support from our community.


Please don’t forget about our 20:5 reading program. We are challenging our students to read for 20 minutes a day five times a week in order to avoid the summer slide. For our primary and intermediate students it is critical during these early stages of development to become fluent readers. Remember to post a picture of your kids and their books on our Friday Facebook post.


As students begin their summer vacation I would like to leave you with one thought. I hope you are able to spend as much quality time with your kids as possible this summer. I think now more than any time in history our kids need direct communication and contact with their parents. With the rapid growth of technology in our society, I often find it difficult to grab my own kids attention in order to spend this time with them. I’m afraid that if we don’t make it a priority to spend time with our kids then the world of technology and the internet is more than willing to raise our kids for us.


Wayne Guidry

Congratulations to the Spring Hill ISD's Class of 2019

2019 Valedictorian Kavin Patel

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2019 Salutatorian Kyren Miller

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https://youtu.be/nuEq-G9voyA

Class of 2019 Senior Walk Video

The Class of 2019 walked the halls of the high school for a final time , May 23, as students. This began their procession through all the Spring Hill ISD campuses to bid farewell to all those that made it possible.


Good luck and Best Wishes for a prosperous future!

#BetterInBlue

https://youtu.be/S8DNN1qGWUs

Senior Celebration Citizenship Winners

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Class of 2019 Top 10%

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Spring Hill Alumni Association Awards Scholarships

Congratulations to Estella Roster, Darrell Paull and Macy Borens for being chosen as the Spring Hill Alumni Association's scholarship recipients.


Pictured left to right Annette Wolverton, Estella Roster, Darrell Paull, Macy Borens and Laura Borens

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SHISD is Proud to Recognize Over Two Hundred Thirty Students that Participated at STATE LEVEL Competition in 2018-2019

State Send-Off Panther Style

The high school student body turned out in large numbers to support their fellow classmates in a state send-off, Panther style!

Lexi Penn Wins 4A Girls Tennis Singles State Champion

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SHHS Student Council Earns Statewide Recognition

Congratulations to the Spring Hill High School Student Council as they earned statewide recognition for outstanding achievement in leadership, service, and activities that serve to improve the school and community.


Spring Hill High School has been recognized by the Texas Association of Student Councils (TASC) in the areas of Outstanding Student Council; Drugs, Alcohol, Safety and
Health (DASH); Pride and Patriotism; and Energy and Environment as well as for submission of its Community Service Report.


SHHS has also been recognized as a Sweepstakes Council. Sweepstakes councils must be recognized as an Outstanding Student Council and receive outstanding recognition in Drugs, Alcohol, Safety and Health (DASH); Pride and Patriotism; and Energy and Environment as well as submitting a Community Service Report. Fewer than 20% of TASC member schools are recognized in one or more areas, so this is quite an accomplishment of which our school can be proud.


Way to go SHHS StuCo!! #BetterInBlue

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All-State Band and Twirlers

All-State Band Members:

Aaron Milam and Harrison Pecot


All-State Twirlers:

J'Dee Stovall

Kelsey Darby

Allie Robinett

Valerie Ferrell

Ashley Wingo

Lauren Bridges

Abby Wallace

Lady Panther Golf Team Qualifies for State

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Junior High UIL Math / Science Team Qualifies for State

Sixth Grade:

Caden Castleberry, Elizabeth Cockrell, Keaton Croom, Aidyn Edney, Diego Flores,

Sam Lynch, Arsh Singh, Drew Smith, Angelena Vega

Seventh Grade:

Adrik Aburt, Jimmy Booth, Addison Childers, Faith Ann Chinn, Lily Cooper, Clair Iltis, Allison Robinson, Mia Stowe, Brandt Weisinger

Eighth Grade:

Jace Jones, Elijah Mayhew, Alec Rowland, Gersain Saenz, Davion Simpson

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2019 ETVarsity Best Preps Award Winners Annouced

The 2019 ETVarsity Best Preps Awards program honors the area’s top student athletes from the combined coverage areas of the Longview News-Journal, Marshall News Messenger and Panola Watchman who are nominated by their coaches based on the students’ GPA, community involvement, the impact they had on their classmates and teammates and their performances in athletic competition.


Congratulations to Spring Hill ISD Best Prep Nominations:

  • Kalen Barlow - Boys Cross Country
  • Samantha Schott - Girls Cross Country
  • Caden Noah - Baseball
  • Braden Herman - Boys Soccer
  • Renee Petree - Girls Soccer
  • Maci Plunk - Volleyball
  • Macy Borens - Girls Basketball
  • Riley Johnson - Girls Track & Field
  • J'Dee Stovall - Girls Golf
  • Lexi Penn - Girls Tennis

Congratulations to all winners named!

#BetterInBlue

Recognitions of the Month for May 2019

GLOBE Teachers of the Year

Retiring Employees Honored

Spring Hill ISD Celebrates Employee Service to the District

High School

  • Tim Ender - 5 years
  • Becky Peurifoy - 15 years
  • Andrea Jones - 5 years
  • Cheryl Lentz - 5 years
  • Lis Popelar - 10 years
  • BreAnn Dees - 5 years
  • Paige Childers - 20 years
  • Elizabeth Owens - 5 years
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Junior High

Not pictured Janna Graham - 5 years
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Intermediate

Primary

  • Rianna Williams - 5 years
  • Deanna Turner - 10 years
  • Francine Colbert - 5 years
  • Paulette Sullivan - 15 years
  • Renee Chapman - 15 years
  • Amber Vaca - 10 years
  • Michelle Smith - 10 years
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Maintenance, Custodial and Food Service

  • Daniel Bowling - 5 years
  • Ronnie Duncan - 5 years
  • Maria Martinez - 10 years
  • Carl Wildt - 20 years
  • Oretencia Aguillar - 10 years

One Win Away from Regional Semi-Final Champions

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Final Touches for 8th Grade Awards Ceremony

"Every child needs at least one adult who is crazy about them" ~ Melissa Haney

Junior High Principal, David Lynch, demonstrates this statement on a daily basis. Thank you Mr. Lynch for going the extra mile!

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2018-2019 Certified Welders Named

Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Spring Hill Certified Welders! A huge thank you to Guy Fuller for doing such a great job with our metal shop department. He will truly be missed!!

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SHJH Assists with Ambucs Giveaway of 19 Amtrykes

https://youtu.be/PgQDsvyt9pk

Longview Police Department Nominates Officer Smeltzer for Rookie of the Year

Congratulations to Officer William Smeltzer for being nominated as Rookie of the Year by the Longview Police Department.

#BetterInBlue


Pictured with wife, Meredith, and son, Conner.

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Thank You to JC Penney and McLendon Cleaners

Officer Askew, Superintendent Wayne Guidry and the Spring Hill Junior High 2019 Leadership Class would like to thank JC Penney for providing shirts and ties and to McLendon Cleaners for keeping them clean and pressed for the year.

Mrs. Newkirk's First Grade Students Make Kindness Rocks

Knights of Pythias Sponsor Primary's Read and Ride Program

The local Knights of Pythias presented bicycles to eight primary students that committed to read. The winners were drawn from all student participants.
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Primary Students Enjoy a Sweet Reward for Awesome Behavior

Super 7 Technology Camp Open to all Current 4th - 7th Graders

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Longview Public Library Summer Reading Club

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2019 East Texas Medical Outreach Offers Free Services

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2019 Football Schedule ~ Go Panthers!

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Spring Hill Independent School District...The Hidden Treasure of East Texas

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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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