SHISD Mid-Week Message

Weekly Superintendent's Message for Spring Hill ISD

Final Stretch

The months of April and May seem to be filled with testing, from EOC to STAAR to AP tests etc. The hallways are quiet and the students are busy proving what they have learned all year long. I am very pleased with not only the year as a whole but also the effort and energy of our staff and students this year. When you put all of your effort and energy into the right things and doing everything you can to make your students successful, good things happen. I am looking forward to a strong end to another great year in SHISD.


This is also a time for celebrations. The SH Education Foundation gave out over $14,000 in teacher grants. Thank you to Patti Miller and the SHEF board for your generosity!


This weekend is the Junior-Senior Prom. We hope for a fun and safe weekend for our Spring Hill families. After prom this year is at the Courthouse.


SHISD also will compete in baseball playoffs starting next week and regional track this weekend.


With Great Pride,

Steven Snell, Superintendent


Kudos

  • Thank you again to all involved in making Panther Night Out a success. My children had a great time. We love Spring Hill!-Primary parent

  • Mr.Snell, Thank you so much for your support of the Spring Hill Panthers Bass Club. What a great experience this has been for our students and community. We enjoyed your attendance at our end of the season dinner and awards ceremony. -Kay Doss

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Panthers & Employees of the Month

Great Job Mrs. Cole!!!

Last Friday night, Caroline Cole attended Angelo State University's Graduate Award Ceremony, where she was selected out of 450 Guidance and Counseling students as the Outstanding Student.

Congratulations Sarah!!!

East Texas Professional Credit Union awarded 15 scholarships this year to deserving seniors from area public high schools.

2018 Presidential Scholarship Recipients: $1,000 Honor - All Majors:

Sarah Puckett - Spring Hill High School

JH Math/Science Team Place 3rd in State!

The Spring Hill Junior High Math/Science team competed in their state competition in San Antonio last weekend. There were over 500 4A students who competed in events.

They came away with 3rd place overall!!! We also placed 3rd team in Number Sense, 5th team in Calculator, 3rd team in Math and 5th team in Science. They also received a lot of individual awards.

Outstanding job Math/Science Team!!!


So proud of these kids and I appreciate all of the support this year! ~ Janna Graham

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2018 Spring Hill Bass Club and Boat Captains

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SH Bass Club has a Great Year-State Tournament Bound

2017-2018 has been a great year for the SH Bass Club.


Entering the season we were privileged to have 9 competitive high school teams. Of these 9 teams, 3 teams finished in the top 40% of the East Division, qualifying for the Regional Championship. Two of the three teams that qualified for Regionals are now headed to the state championship in May. We are very proud of all of our teams for the sportsmanship and determination that each of them has portrayed.


Mr. Haney has been an excellent faculty advisor for our team. He consistently goes above and beyond to promote and support our team needs. In addition to Mr. Haney, the support of our President Ricky Doss, Vice President Brad Rogers, and Treasurer Jeannie Herndon have been invaluable.


The SH Bass Club was recently awarded the East Division Faculty Advisor of the Year. What an honor for this new and growing club.


Our “Follow The Trail” club is available to our Jr High students. We have had a growing interest at the Jr High level, with one team participating in several of our tournaments this season, winning prizes for their efforts.


Thank you SHISD for supporting this club and for the support of our school board. The support of our administration and community sponsors makes our team an even greater success for our students!


Go, Panthers!


Kay Doss

Secretary

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Sixth Grader Wins Poetry Contest



Sixth grader Trysten E. placed 1st in his grade level out of 365 entries from students all over Northeast Texas in the Northeast Texas Poetry in Schools competition. Trysten completed his poem, entitled "The Rose," as an assignment for his Advanced ELA class with Mrs. England. Poetry was judged by published poets, poetry society members, and professors from the region. Trysten, his family, and Mrs. England attended the awards ceremony at Region VII Education Service Center in Kilgore last Tuesday. Award-winning poets read their poems, received praise for their accomplishment and encouragement to continue writing. All poems have been published in the 2018 Anthology.

Junior High Student Council Participates in Miracle League Opening Day

Junior High Students Hold Art Show

Mr. Morgan's junior high art students held an art show in the junior high library. They recently completed mosaics. We have some very talented art students. Below is some of their work.
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8th Grader Creates Art for Technology Department

Eighth grader & art student, Seaairra, recently completed a poster for the Technology Department. She modeled it after a computer monitor. It turned out great and looks fabulous in the window of our Technology Department.

Third Grade "Test Me" Program

The 3rd grade put on a "Test Me" program for parents. There was also an art show and information meeting for the upcoming STAAR test. The students modeled their art after Picasso. They did a fabulous job!
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High School Students Visit Longview Regional for Job Shadowing

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Jager Mundheim Signs with Texas Tech

Jager signed with Texas Tech on Wednesday to further his track career. Jager was a great asset to the Spring Hill track team. We wish him great success as he continues at the collegiate level.

Panther Tennis Headed to State!!!

All-District Soccer Team

Please help us in congratulating the following young ladies on being selected to the All-District Soccer Team!!!


Superlatives


Sophomore of the Year – Hannah Yoder

Midfielder of the Year – Raygan Barnhill

Sportsmanship Team of the Year – Spring Hill High School


1st team

Forward – Ashleigh Martin

Midfielder – Renee Petree

Defender – Courtney Spier

Goal Keeper – Macy Borens


2nd team

Defender – Hannah Methvin


Honorable Mention

Forward – Peyton Borens, Zoey Rumsey

Midfield – Marissa Seyer, Maci Plunk, Lexi Penn

Defender – Kamryn Walker, Arrington Melton, Emilee Schell

Lady Panther Golf Visits Fabulous Friday

Lady Panther Softball Visits Fabulous Friday

Our Lady Panther softball team visited Fabulous Friday. They helped the Primary students get out of their cars and then joined them in the gym to dance and get ready for the day. Thank you Lady Panthers for making the Primary students' day!!

SH Rolls past Gladewater in Extra Innings

Great Job Panther Basketball!!

Way to go Lady Panther Basketball!!

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2018-2019 Registration Information

2018-2019 ONLINE REGISTRATION for NEW and RETURNING STUDENTS will open June 4


A computer lab will be opened August 2, 2018 and August 3, 2018 for anyone needing help with online registration. Times will be:


August 2, 2018, 11:00 am - 7:00 pm
August 3, 2018, 8:30 am - 3:30 pm

2018 - 2019 In Person Registration at the High School

August 8, 2018, 8:30 am - 4:00 pm (New-all grades / Returning Pre-K through 8th grade)
August 8, 2018, 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm (Seniors only)
August 9, 2018, 11:00 am - 7:00 pm (New-all grades / Returning Pre-K through 8th grade)
August 9, 2018, 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm (Juniors only)
August 10, 2018, 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm (New-all grades / Returning Pre-K through 8th grade)
August 10, 2018, 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm (Sophomores and Freshman)

Athletic Booster Scholarship Opportunity

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Have you Downloaded the New Spring Hill App?

Download the new app today to stay in touch with all that is going on at Spring Hill ISD!

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