Spring Hill ISD

District Newsletter

Some of the photos included in this edition of the District Newsletter were taken before the mandatory social distancing order was put into place. Spring Hill ISD supports Governor Abbott's executive order of social distancing.

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A Message From the Superintendent

Over the past two decades, Texans have referred to our economy as the Texas Miracle. Every year we have thousands of new residents move to Texas in order to become part of the Texas Miracle. Our economy is something our Governor takes great pride in. Two weeks ago, Governor Abbott put the brakes on our economy by signing an executive order halting non-essential portions of our economy. If you are unsure whether the threat of the Coronavirus is real for Texas, I hope his actions make it clear to all of us that this threat is real in every community. The next time you hear your high school classmate stating on Facebook that we are overreacting, I hope you consider the actions of our Governor and the advice from health officials to stay at home and maintain social distancing standards.


It has been an incredible sight to see our community come together over the past two weeks. Given the current circumstances, I believe we are all pulling together and making the best of a very difficult situation. Governor Abbott did extend his executive order through the end of April. The earliest we could possibly return to school would be May 4th.


I hope everyone is able to tune into our campus Facebook live announcements every morning. This is a great way for students and parents to remain in contact with their campus. We will continue to serve breakfast and lunch from the Primary campus and Leaders Core Park from 11:00-12:30. Beginning next week will only serve Monday through Thursday. On Thursday we will hand out meals for Thursday and Friday for children under the age of 18. We are asking that when you pick up your meal that you now get out of your car in order to grab your meal. I want to make sure that our cafeteria workers are able to maintain a six foot distance with the families they are serving.


Please take a minute and read a message from our Mayor, Andy Mack.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vxNDGy0yhej1ueJNyzjVdLrBkhloLbvV/view?usp=sharing

Signs of the Times with the Coronavirus

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Mandatory Shelter-in-Place

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BUT that Panther Spirit is Alive and Well at Spring Hill ISD!

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Spring Hill ISD Continues to Lead the Way

Pacesetters Offer Words of Encouragement to Faculty and Staff

No explanation needed ...

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New Beginnings Baptist Church Distributes Free Meals Flyers

We would like to thank the members of New Beginnings Baptist Church for going door to door and delivering 400 flyers to spread the word that the school is providing free food to kids 18 and under. This was a huge task and we appreciate their assistance!
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TEAMWORK - Food Service Leads the Way in Providing Free Breakfast & Lunch, Monday through Friday to Kids 18 Years and Under

Tokens of Appreciation and Thanks for Food Service

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Technology Department TEAMS Up to Provide Chromebooks for In-Home Learning Drive Through Pick-Up Style

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Seniors Pick Up Cap and Gowns

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Teachers Cheer for the Seniors

Over 1000 Packets Picked Up or Delivered for In-Home Learning

Over 1000 packets filled with learning supplies for primary and intermediate students were distributed in record time. Parents were able to drive through the primary and intermediate to pick up their student's supplies. Other packets were delivered to students by TEAMS of volunteers that wanted to make sure that each student had the opportunity to continue learning at home. Thank you to all who participated!
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In-Home Learning Has Many Styles

Quality Family Time

Teachers Parade Through Neighborhoods to See Students

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Students Anxiously Await the Parade

Kona Ice Provides Free Sno-Cones

A huge Panther size THANK YOU to Kona Ice of Longview for providing free sno-cones to our kids.


"Thanks for having Kona serve your pickup line this week! We hope this brings some joy to families at this time"...Sandy Dibble

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Kona Ice Sno-Cones

Mrs. Sipes' Class Send Message of Love

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Until We Meet Again...

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Last But Not Least and Just for Fun

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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Baseball / Softball Field Update