Spring Hill ISD

District Newsletter

A Message From the Superintendent

President Theodore Roosevelt once said “Far and away the best prize that life offers is the chance to work hard at work worth doing.” Our students are learning this on a daily basis as they arrive on campus with the sunrise to put in work at the field, the court, the gym, the running path, marching zones, and academic tutorials. As students are preparing to represent the Blue and White before school, teachers are busy setting up lessons, technology, centers, labs, and all of the things that bring the classroom to life as students walk through the doors. As we settle into the rhythm of the fall semester, I am inspired by the effort and commitment of students and staff to work hard at work worth doing.

I am very grateful for the students, teachers, and staff who work tirelessly to learn, grow, compete, and get better each and every day. I am truly proud to be a Panther!




Spring Hill Student Completes Downtown Mural

Spring Hill student Ava Arnold recently painted a mural in downtown Longview. A freshman at Spring Hill High School, Ava says she began painting at a young age. “I have generations of artistic women in my family, so I started painting and making art as soon as I could hold a paintbrush.”

Ava and her mother, Wendy, teamed up to develop the concept and paint the mural titled Spring Melody. The mural features a girl with a dandelion. “The girl with the dandelion, Melody, is a symbol of the newness of spring and the wonder that children experience,” said Ava. “The dandelion fades into music notes, representing the arts and how children are naturally creative.”

Arts!Longview conducted an open call to East Texas artists earlier this year. Ava and Wendy’s design was selected from the many entries received. “I was extremely happy, a little bit nervous, and surprised that we were chosen from so many talented artists,” said Ava.

Located on the back side of the Texas Tire Exchange building, the mural was funded by a Texas Commission on the Arts grant that Arts!Longview received. “A huge thank you to Arts!Longview, Mr. Dan Trammell and everyone else who helped make it possible for me to paint on such a cool canvas!”

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Ten Spring Hill High School Seniors Selected for Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors

Texas Bank and Trust recently announced the selection of 10 seniors from Spring Hill High School to serve on its 2021-2022 Student Board of Directors. The TB&T Student Board is a prestigious program recognizing outstanding high school seniors in the community.

Seniors Nick Bodenheimer, Landan Coe, Lainee Cornell, Randi Driscoll, Rylee Noon, Benjamin Puckett, Molly Seale, Samuel Shankles, Tyra Tatum, and James Thomas will join with 53 other seniors from area high schools to make up the 44th senior class to participate in the TB&T program in Longview.

The Student Board program is designed to introduce students to banking and money management at a critical point in their lives, and to provide them with the essential economic building blocks to earning, spending, saving, and investing money. Students will also serve as advisors to the bank on youth financial literacy programming throughout the year.

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College Shirt And Hat Day At Intermediate

Spring Hill Intermediate encourages students and staff to wear their favorite college shirt and/or hat on the first Wednesday of each month. "It creates awareness of college choices and interest for students in their future," said Dana Robertson, Intermediate Principal. "It's also fun to see teachers supporting their alma mater or favorite college."

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Spring Hill Introduces Dual Credit Welding Program

Spring Hill High School now offers a workforce dual credit welding course at no cost to students. The class is a collaboration with Kilgore College.

Throughout the school year, students will complete welding assignments in the shop, as well as online assignments related to various aspects of metallurgy. At the end of the year students will take a weld test, and upon successful completion they will earn an American Welding Society (AWS) certification. Students will also have the option to convert the workforce credit into an elective credit course on their Kilgore College transcript should they decide to continue with KC.

“This will be the first opportunity to take a college course for many of these students,” said Adrian Knight, Assistant Superintendent of Career and College Readiness. “We’re excited to add welding to the line-up of dual credit courses available at Spring Hill.”

Special Guests Take Part In High School Pep Rally

The Spring Hill Panthers were joined by Harlen the Sports Guy and Pigskin Bob from the Friday Night Scoreboard Show on KYKX 105.7 for the first pep rally of the year. The pair recognized several students and teachers during the pep rally. The cheerleaders, Pacesetters, flags and twirlers performed, and football players Tony Natera and Cameron Webb got the crowd fired up for that night's game.

Kindergarten Celebrates Apple Week

Kindergarten classes at Spring Hill Primary recently celebrated Apple Week. Throughout the week students learned about apples. They created an apple craft, took a virtual field trip to an apple orchard, and worked at apple-themed stations. They also had an apple taste test investigation and created a class graph to show what type of apple each student liked best.

Mark Your Calendar

Monday, September 20

Student Holiday / Staff Professional Development Day

Panther Pride

School pride is something we want our Spring Hill students, employees and community members to feel every day, and that includes pride in our facilities. We’ve recently updated the landscaping around our campuses to enhance their appearance. Take a look!

Spring Hill PTA

If you're interested in joining PTA, or if you want to purchase spirit wear click here to visit the Spring Hill PTA site. You can also visit the PTA table located at the north side of the stadium at each home football game.

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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