SHISD Mid-Week Message

Weekly Superintendent's Message for Spring Hill ISD

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This is a great time of year. The weather is getting cooler and excitement is in the air for Halloween. This semester is flying by quickly and it's important to stop and reflect on the great job teachers are doing in their classrooms and the progress our students are making. There are great things going on in our schools! I hope everyone can come out and support the Panthers this week. There is a lot to celebrate: volleyball is in the playoffs, football is Friday night, and the band has marching contest on Saturday. Have a great week!

Family Concerns

  • Kyle Linthicum fell and broke his heel last week. Please keep him in your thoughts and prayers.
  • Carol Procell and Charlotte Kincy are back. We have missed them both.
  • Sally Morgan has retired. We will miss her.


  • I just wanted to recognize everyone that stepped up for Ron Procell's funeral. We had two staff members that pulled triple cafeteria duty and teachers that stayed with their class in the computer lab and missed their conference to allow staff the opportunity to attend the funeral. We were able to get creative with other class coverage as well. David Lynch came over to be the administrator on duty. I know Carol really appreciates her SH family being there today. Polly Allen and Angela Florcykowski came to volunteer and covered two classes. Everyone really stepped up today! ~ Mrs. Robertson.
  • I would like to recognize Trudy Haywood for taking over the STUCO sponsor responsibilities for Mrs. Bailey while she is out on maternity leave.

Birthdays this week!

  • Jordan Alford 10/26
  • Ashley Cain 10/27
  • Yvonne Hardy 10/28
  • Randy Kiser 10/28
  • Meredith Smeltzer 10/28
  • Rosalinda Reyes 10/29

Superintendents Pledge to Increase Voter Registration of Students

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National Honor Society Lends a Hand at Asbury House

Fifty-five high school NHS students went to Asbury House on October 20 to volunteer at their fall carnival. Our students helped set up and run the games in the classrooms, passed out candy, assisted with face painting, and also were "buddies" for many of the kids whose parents were not able to attend the carnival. They worked hard all morning and represented Spring Hill so well!

Intermediate Geared Up for Red Ribbon Week with a Performance by the Yo-Yo Man!

Three Athletic Trainers Travel to SFA for Job Shadowing

This past weekend, three SHISD athletic student trainers traveled to SFA to shadow college student trainers. Our students worked extremely hard on the sidelines, and had the chance to work with SFA to explore athletic training at another level.

First Grade Chatterpix Videos - Learning While Having Fun & Using Technology

Mrs. Dunavan's 2nd Grade Class Using Chromebooks

Principles of Health Science Classes Presented ATV Safety as Part of Texas Healthy Adolescent Initiative

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Congratulations Brooklyn on being Chosen as a Wendy's HS Heisman State Finalist

Cross Country Regional Meet at Joe Pool Lake

SH Cross Country teams traveled to Joe Pool Lake to compete in the Region II, Cross Country Championships. With only four out of the nine lining up returning, this young team had in reality little pressure. Yet, for all 9 this race had been a goal since May. And it meant far more than a chance to go to state, it was a race to prove to themselves and others just how hard they have worked and come over the past 7 months.

The first race of the early morning was the varsity girls, and after getting great positioning, freshmen Samantha Schott & sophomore Marissa Seyer, both would sit in the top 30 in a field of over 100 runners. Cruising past the mile marker and into the last 800 meters, it would be Schott who would come around first, around 25th place. Yet, through her competitive nature and a few solid weeks of training under her belt, Schott was able to push past five to earn the 20th place spot, four places shy of advancing to state and only 2 seconds away! Following Schott, Seyer would come to cross the line 81st, 30 spots ahead from where she finished last year and 20 seconds better. Both girls competed strong and finished up a successful year.

Following the girls race, was the varsity boys race. Aiming for state, PRs, and better finishes, seven guys lined up ready to end their season on a high note. Going out fast, a field of over 150 runners would all chase down the dream of state. Getting out and boxed in, for the top five guys it would soon be noted this race was not going to be easy. Coming in with the fastest two times from a strong district, the top two runners, sophomores Austin Martin and Kalen Balow, would find themselves crossing the finish at 38th and 82nd, followed by teammates Haden Bray (90th), freshmen Caleb Hutcheson (95th), and sophomore Mason Hancock (99th), who would cross the finish line limping as a severe muscle cramp would hinder his last 800 meters down the finish line. And to round out the seven runners, would be freshmen Marshall Bodenheimer (116th), who battled the entire race, moving up over 20 places to earn a PR for the season! Sophomore, Craig Hunnicutt, who after getting tangled up and falling during mile two, would get back up and still make it to the finish strong and help the team bump up in the rankings for the final standing, finishing as a team 12th place out of 24 teams and ensuring they are the best team in the district, by beating out rival Kilgore by two spots.

VARSITY GIRLS- 180 runners total

20th - Samantha Schott 12:23 (21 second PR)

81st- Marissa Seyer 13:19 (20 seconds better than last year on same course, 5 seconds off PR)

VARSITY BOYS- 12th as a TEAM, out of 24 teams (up two from last year)

38th- Austin Martin 17:43 (43 seconds better than last year & 25 places better)

82nd- Kalen Barlow 18:37 (8 seconds better than last year & 3 places better)

90th- Haden Bray 18:45 (PR for the season BY 14 seconds & first time on course)

95th- Caleb Hutcheson 18:54 (PR for the season BY 15 seconds & first time on course)

99th- Mason Hancock 18:58 (35 seconds better than last year & 13 places better

116th- Marshall Bodenheimer 19:29 (first time on course)

122nd- Craig Hunnicutt 19:35 (first time on course)

Tennis Advances to the Regional Semifinals!!!

Panther Tennis took on Center HS in the Regional Quarterfinals. Spring Hill battled hard in doubles to take a 5-2 lead. During singles, Spring Hill went up 8-3 against Center. Center then started making their comeback and would catch up and tie up the score 9-9. Brooklyn White clinched the win after being down 1-4 in the 1st set and coming back to win 7-5 in the 1st and would clinch the win 6-4 in the 2nd to send Spring Hill to the Regional Semifinals in Dallas! This win brings our record to 13-1!


Boys Doubles

1. Penn/Moore def. Rojas-Solis/Wattington 6-4, 6-2 W

2. McNabb/Massey def. Gonzales/McSwain 7-6(3), 6-3

3. Castleberry/Couch lost to Dykes/Morales 2-6, 1-6

Girls Doubles

1. Penn/Gee def. Dykes/Scull 6-3, 6-1

2. Nichols/White def. Williams/Russell 7-5, 7-5

3. McKelvey/Robinett lost to Locke/Nehring 3-6, 2-6

Mixed Doubles

1. Patel/Morton def. Whitley/Basham 6-1, 6-1

Boys Single

1. Dawson Penn def. M. Rojas-Solis 6-1, 6-0

2. Kavin Patel def. K. Watlington 6-3, 6-1

3. Micah Moore lost to J. Gonzales 5-7, 3-6

4. Carson McNabb lost to A. Morales 4-6, 4-6

5. Collin Castleberry lost to A. Dykes 5-7, 2-6

6. Alston Massey lost to S. McSwain 0-6, 2-6

Girls Singles

1. Lexi Penn def. M. Dykes 6-0, 6-1

2. Emmaline Nichols def. K. Williams 6-0, 6-0

3. Maz Morton lost to C. Skull 6-0, 2-6, 8-10

4. Grace Gee lost to M. Russell 2-6, 0-6

5. Brooklyn White def. E. Locke 7-5, 6-4

6. Logan McKelvey lost to K. Nehring 2-6, 2-6

Pittsburg Narrowly Beats SH in Overtime

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Fall 2017 Career Inspire

On November 8th, our eighth graders will be attending Career Inspire at Maude Cobb. Students will learn about different careers, meet people in that career, and gather information to work towards future goals.

Parent Academy Has Been Rescheduled

Due to low number of registrants, the 2017-2018 Region 7 ESC Parent Academy will be rescheduled from October 26, 2017 to March 28, 2018.

The annual Parent Academy is held to encourage and promote parent involvement.

Sessions are held that will reach parents with students of all ages and grade levels.

Additional information regarding the rescheduled session will follow.

Coats for Kids Collection at Spring Hill Primary & High School

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