Spring Hill ISD
A Message From The Superintendent
Dear School Community,
January is a special month as we recognize the Spring Hill ISD Board of Trustees who volunteer their time and talents to support the students, staff, and educational process of the district. When thinking of the SHISD board members, the following words come to mind:
The SHISD Board is an extremely important part of our educational community. When you have the opportunity, please thank a board member for their valuable service!
Spring Hill ISD Celebrates School Board Recognition Month
January is School Board Recognition Month and Spring Hill is honored to celebrate its trustees for their dedication and commitment to the district’s schools and students.
“Our school board members volunteer their time to ensure all of our students have the opportunity to learn and grow,” Superintendent Penny Fleet said. “Celebrating School Board Recognition Month is one way to say thanks for all they do.”
Students helped recognize the trustees for their service at the January meeting with letters of appreciation, skits, and artwork.
Serving as a link between the community and classroom, school board members are elected to establish the policies that provide the framework for public schools.
Board members serving Spring Hill ISD are John Borens, Dave Duncan, Wayne Noon, Ben Shelton, Meredith Smeltzer, Kyle Stephens, and Mark White.
We appreciate you!
Cheerleaders Compete At UIL State Competition
Spring Hill Varsity Cheer will compete in the UIL Spirit State Championships at the Fort Worth Convention Center on Friday, January 14. Schools will compete in three categories: crowd leading, fight song, and band dance.
The cheerleaders are coached by Amy Blalock. "We are very excited to compete in this UIL Spirit event," Blalock said. "This is our fourth year to compete in Division 4A. The event is a one day event with qualifying rounds in the morning. The top 10 schools will advance to the finals in the afternoon for the state title."
Best of luck!
On The Road To Math Fact Fluency With Reflex
To help build math fact fluency and supplement classroom instruction, students in 2nd - 5th grades can log in to Reflex Math while at home. Reflex Math is a game-based program designed to help students learn and master basic addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts. The educational program is adaptive and individualized per student. It works at the child’s own pace and increases in difficulty as they improve.
Students in 2nd - 5th grades can log in to Reflex Math using their Google login to access their Clever portal. Reflex Math is then an option that the students can select from this portal.
Spring Hill Welcomes New School Resource Officer
Josh Marrs with the Longview Police Department will serve as Spring Hill’s new School Resource Officer.
Marrs has been with the Longview Police Department for more than 15 years, and he has served as a School Resource Officer for the past 11 years at another district.
Marrs succeeds Roger Askew, who served in the role for 12 years.
The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Assessment is offered to Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors to prove college readiness. There are two parts to the test: ELAR with Essay and MATH. Students must take and pass both portions of the TSI, unless they have proven college readiness by taking the ACT or SAT, in order to qualify to enroll in dual credit courses, early college admission courses, or to enroll in college in Texas after graduation.
Spring Hill will offer the TSI on the following dates at the High School: January 27, February 10 and 24, March 24, and April 14 and 28. The cost to sign up is $15 for the full test. Students should contact High School Counselor Allison Williamson to sign up.
Time To Update
The start of a new year is a great time to update your personal information. If your phone number, address, or email address has changed since the beginning of the school year, be sure to contact your child's campus office to update your information on file with the school district. This ensures you will receive important communication from Spring Hill ISD regarding your student. Thank you for your help!
Reminders For Senior Parents
The spring semester of senior year is a very busy time. Below are a few friendly reminders for parents of students graduating this year.
- Order your senior's graduation cap and gown.
- Complete the FAFSA for your senior. This is a graduation requirement (in accordance with Texas Education Code (TEC), §28.0256).
Spring Hill ISD Partnerships
- Classroom technology
- Fine arts exposure and experience
- Support athletic programs
- Innovative classes for sports marketing and game day production
For advertising information, please contact the superintendent's office at 903-323-7740.