SHISD Mid-Week Message
Weekly Superintendent's Message for Spring Hill ISD
Today is my last day and last Mid-Week for this great district. I could not have asked for a better place to work and live for the last four years than this community. The phrase Better in Blue is more than just a slogan. I truly believe that all of us are better for the time we spend in service to Spring Hill ISD.
I would like to thank the board of trustees for their support and time spent in service to the staff and students of Spring Hill ISD. This school district has a tremendous board who is very supportive of this district.
I would also like to thank the district leadership team. Spring Hill has some of the most dedicated and hardworking principals and directors I have ever been around. They get to lead a great staff and teachers that are unified in service to our students and we treat everyone like family.
I hope you all have a chance to meet the interim superintendent, Mr. Rod Townsend. He has fit right in and is already doing great things for the district. You will all be in good hands.
My challenge to each of you is to take what was started over the last four years and make it better. Work hard to fulfill our mission of fulfilling our student's potential and continue to make Spring Hill ISD THE Premier school district in Texas. I look forward to hearing about the many successes that Spring Hill will accomplish in the future.
On behalf of my family and myself thank you from the bottom of my heart for not only the support you have given us, but for the hard work, dedication, service, and love you provide to our students.
With Great Pride, I say farewell and I hope our paths cross again sometime.
Superintendent of Spring Hill ISD
Farewell Mr. Snell ~ We Wish You the Best
Construction of The Panther Express Continues #PantherNightOut
East Texas Matters Live Interview with the Cast and Crew of Moon Over Buffalo
High School Theatre Visits Stephen F Austin
Jailyn Attaway Wins Second Place in the Start With Hello Student Voices Contest
7th grade student Jailyn Attaway has been selected as the second-place winner in the Start With Hello Student Voices Contest in the Middle School Writing category. Over 1,200 students from across the country submitted entries. Jailyn will receive a $100 award. His award-winning writing will also be showcased in press releases as well as the 2019 Students Against Violence Everywhere Promise Club Summit in Charlotte, North Carolina in April.
Intermediate Hosts Career Day
Primary Campus Collects Winter Wear and Canned Goods for the House of Hope
The Primary campus is decorating their campus Christmas Tree with unused, new: mittens, gloves, scarves, hats or toboggans. All of the collected “winter wear” will be donated to the House of Hope in Longview. Please send the unused items to school by Tuesday, Dec. 10.
They are also collecting canned goods to place under their campus Christmas Tree! Students can bring canned goods to place under the tree by Tuesday Dec. 10. Canned goods will also go to stock the pantry at House of Hope in Longview.
Longview World of Wonders Gingerbread Man Visits Primary
Lady Panther Golf Wins 1st Place in the Hallsville Fall Tournament
Slam Dunk by Tyler Caron
Tyler Caron Signs to Play Basketball at St. Mary's College University, San Antonio
FREE Girls Basketball Clinic Set For December 8, 2018
Construction on the Baseball / Softball Complex Has Begun
New Panther Baseball / Softball Complex Plans
Senior Tribute for the 2018-2019 Panther Yearbook
Dear Senior Parents,
The 2018-2019 Panther Yearbook Staff is offering Senior Tributes to help make your senior’s last high school yearbook as special as possible. Senior Tributes will include the name of your senior, the Senior Tribute Message, and the Senior Tribute Photos. It will be placed in the 2018-2019 The Panther in the size purchased.
In order to place your Senior Tribute, please visit: sites.google.com/a/shisd.net/senior-tribute
Laney Driggers - Yearbook Editor
Alex Caron - Yearbook Editor
If you have any questions please feel free to contact the advisor.
Amy Blalock, Yearbook Adviser
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.