Spring Hill ISD

District Newsletter

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SHISD Names Dr. Wayne Guidry as Lone Finalist for Superintendent

Panther Family News

  • Thank you Patti Miller for hosting the outstanding Education Foundation Blue-Out Bash
  • Please keep Penny Fleet in your thoughts and prayers in the recent death of two of her aunts
  • Please keep Michael Colvin in your thoughts and prayers in the loss of his father-in-law
  • Kudos to Toby Pleasant, Kyle Linthicum and Steve Hardy for setting up, providing assistance and tearing down the set-up for the TxDOT meeting held at the high school cafeteria. A TxDot representative contacted me to thank the district for going above and beyond to make their public meeting a success. She said they wished that all entities were as accommodating and friendly as Spring Hill ISD! ~ Cathy Reed
Introducing Mila Kate!

Born February 21, 2019

7 lbs 10 oz, 19 inches

Proud parents: Ashley and Aaron McCain

Proud grandparents: Rocky and Kim Campbell

Celebrating Employees Birthdays

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TxDot Hearing on George Richey Road Widening Held at Spring Hill HS Cafeteria

Spring Hill ISD hosted the public meeting for the Texas Department of Transportation to widen George Richey Rd between Longview and White Oak. The meeting drew 125 residents.

Pacesetters Earn Awards

Congratulations to Ms. Nikki Fulps and the Pacesetters for numerous awards received at competition in Duncanville!

Officer Awards

  • Sweepstakes
  • Division 1 rating in ALL dances
  • Judges Award - Lyrical
  • Best Overall Bronze Precision
  • Champion Best in Class Officers
  • Both officers received a Division 1 rating for their solos

Team Awards

  • Sweepstakes
  • Division 1 rating in ALL dances
  • 3rd runner up Best in Class Team
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Troup d'Jour Visits the Primary and Intermediate Campuses

Hal and Tracy Evans of Troup d'Jour visit the Intermediate and Primary campuses where they presented two fairy tales from their Fractured Fairy Tales collection. Thank you to Mrs. Jayne Pleasant for arranging this visit!

Spring Hill Intermediate Students Perform at Belcher Center

Third grade students recently attended a ballet production at LeTourneau University's Belcher Center. Spring Hill fourth grade student, Isabelle, and fifth grade student, Ryleigh, were among the performers at this production.
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Primary Students Deliver Love, Joy and Valentine Cards to Buckner Residents

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Primary Students Earn Sonic Slushes for Super Behavior

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Education Foundation's Blue-Out Bash Was a Huge Success

Thank you to all of the sponsors who made this event possible. Proceeds will fund grants for teachers and students. The Foundation's Mission is to provide supplemental funding for academic programs and initiatives that enrich student learning. Events like this, make their Mission a reality.

Intermediate Students Raise Funds for American Heart Association

Congratulations to Tanya Williams, Preslee Grubbs and Ava Adkisson for raising the most money for the American Heart Association at the Intermediate campus. They each earned the right to be named Coach of the Day. Their responsibilities included teaching at least two classes of P.E. They will select the activities or games that they would like to play.

High School One Act Play Participates in TJC Festival

English III Classes Read to Primary in Honor of Dr. Seuss' Birthday

Primary Celebrates Dr. Seuss Week #happybirthdaydrseuss

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Powerlifting Records Set

Michael Marrs broke the school record, previously held by Jamario Thomas, in the 181 class in powerlifting. Marrs had a deadlift of 510 lbs. Carson Manasse tied the school record in the SHW division for bench (335).

Coach Chancellor said, "the kids had an amazing season with 8 boys and 4 girls qualifying for the regional meet which will be held on March 1 in Fairfield for the girls and March 9 in Malakoff for the boys."

Congratulations Coach Chancellor and Powerlifting Teams for a great season!

#BetterIn Blue

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Panthers Fall to the Paris Wildcats in Regional Quarterfinals

Daylight Savings Time 2019

Remember to move your clocks forward Sunday, March 10, 2019 at 2:00 am.

Copeland's Crawfish Boil

Copeland's of New Orleans is a proud marquee partner with Spring Hill ISD. Executive Kitchen Manager, Billy McLoughlin, has invited everyone out to Crawfish on the Courtyard on Tuesdays beginning March 5.

A big Panther Thank You for your continued support!


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Yearbook Sales Due by March 29

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FREE Tax Preparation

The Greater Longview United Way would like to invite Spring Hill ISD to take advantage of their free tax preparation services. IRS certified volunteers prepare income tax returns for free for households with $60,000 or less. Their VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance) Program has been helping the community for 11 years.
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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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