Spring Hill ISD

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Spring Hill Primary Bunny Hop 2019

This is what it looks like when 500 plus do the bunny hop!

Happy Easter!

"Nobunny" was hurt in this hop


Spring Hill Robotics Team Wins First Ever State Championship

Team members Coach Debby Bass, Jakob Zaricor, Austin Jones, Jayden Tipton, Kaleb Saxon and Madison Cook are pictured below.

Not pictured ~ David Cook, William Carnley, Dallan Palmer and Osbilly Solares

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High School Send - Off for Robotics Team

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CX Debate Teams Earn Trip to State

Team members Adriana Solis and Mashayla Knight place second in district and Logan Smith and Levi Ferguson place third in district to secure a spot at the state meet.
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Spring Hill High School Wins 1st Place in District UIL Academics ~ #BetterInBlue

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Panther Night Out 2019 Coming Soon

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Panthers of the Month

Congratulations to our April Panthers of the Month:

Kaitryn, Allison, Wes and Sarah

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SHISD Recognizes Great Students and Teachers

National Honor Society Hosts Easter Egg Hunt at The Asbury House

NHS students provided stuffed eggs and hosted an Easter Egg hunt at The Asbury House. They also read stories to the children.

The students had a fun-filled day thanks to your generosity. Thank you for your service to others!

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SHJH Art Students Medal in Tyler Show

Spring Hill Jr High had five art students compete in Tyler at Moore Middle school. All were level 1 students. Each student had to qualify with their artwork then go through an interview process with a judge where the student explained technique, design choices and influence. Students earn points through a rubric over the work itself and the student’s ability to use academic language correctly. Our students earned 4 gold medals and 1 platinum medal.

SH Junior High Leadership Class Helps Kindergarten Students Get Ready For Graduation Pictures

Spring Hill Jr. High and Mrs. England's Advanced ELA Classes Proudly Boast Two Published Poets - Madison Duncan and Elizabeth Cockrell!

The Northeast Texas Poetry in Schools Contest received over 750 poetry entries this year from schools all over the Northeast Texas area. They were judged by published poets, professors, and educators. Madison placed second and Elizabeth placed third out of over 140 entries at the sixth grade level. Their poems were published in the Young Audiences of Northeast Texas 2019 Anthology.

Congratulations Ladies!

SHISD Education Foundation Prize Patrol Surprise Grant Winners

Spring Hill ISD's Education Foundation surprised grant winners with a grand entrance including balloons, Pacesetters, cheerleaders, percussionist and the Ed Foundation Board Members. Annual grants were distributed to 3 requesting teams:

  • The Primary's "Get Your Teach On" team (Renee Chapman, Laura Hill, Susan Thomas and Jaymee Laymance) was awarded $2564.71
  • The Junior High's "Blended Learning in Math" team (David Lynch) was awarded $7839
  • The High School's "CAMT Grant" team (Wendy Maynard and Jennifer Fields) was awarded $1432

The Education Foundation has awarded a total of $19,678 in grants for the 2018-2019 school year. Thank you to all who donate and support their fundraisers throughout the year in order to provide funds for these grants.


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Maci Williams' PTA Reflections Entry in Dance Choreography Advances to State

Maci Williams' PTA Reflections entry in dance choreography, titled "Hope for Our Heroes" advanced to state. Her dance piece was dedicated to war veterans suffering from PTSD and other emotional issues related to deployment. "My piece is dedicated to the broken hearted that have served and suffered through combat," said Maci. Her dance gives a message of finding hope.

Maci's entry was selected for the 2019 Austin Veterans Art Festival. The goal of AVA is to emphasize alternative healing methods for veterans through art.

Congratulations and good luck!


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2019-2020 Pacesetters Officers Announced

Congratulations to the 2019-2020 Pacesetters officers!

1st Lieutenant - Lexi Green

Captain - Emily Cook

Lieutenant - Najah Jackson

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Pacesetters Announce Social Officers for 2019-2020

Congratulations to the Pacesetters Social Officers for 2019-2020:

Social Officer ~ Christa Thomas

Head Social Officer ~ Maci Williams

Social Officer ~ Julianna Jones

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Two Spring Hill Bass Fishing Teams Advance to State

Kaden Rogers and Zach Henry and Alex Carroll and Landon Kokenzie advance to the state THSBA tournament. Rachel Doss and Alyssa McPhetridge were the only female duo that qualified for Regionals in the East Division. They missed qualifying for the state tournament by one pound. Congratulations for a great season and good luck to our remaining teams!
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Lady Panthers Fall to Melissa After Two Overtimes and a Shootout ~ Congratulations on a Great Season

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JV Girls, JV Boys and Varsity Boys Win 1st Place at the District Track Meet

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Lady Panthers District Golf Champions

The Lady Panthers win the district golf title with a 719.

J' Dee Stovall ~ District Champ

Tyler Newman ~ Runner Up

Logan Moore ~ Regional Qualifier


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Spring Hill Tennis Wins District

Singles - Girls

1st Emmaline Nichols

2nd Lexi Penn


1st Kavin Patel

4th Collin Castleberry

Doubles - Girls

5th Kennedy Croom/Maylea Malloy

9th Kaylee Montgomery/Mayce Buchanan

Doubles - Boys

3rd Carson McNabb/Carson Barnhill

4th Alston Massey/Jake Couch

Mixed Doubles

1st Maz Morton/Micah Moore

2nd Logan McKelvey/Zach Couch


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All-East Texas Basketball Elite Squad

Pacesetters Present Come Together Spring Show

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Kindergarten Round-Up 2019-2020

Roundup Orientation Night

Spring Hill Primary

Monday, May 6 at 6:00pm

Parents of students entering Kindergarten in the fall are welcome to come tour the campus and receive the basics of Kindergarten!

Roundup Assessment


(Students will take a Kindergarten pre-assessment-approx. 20 minutes)

When: Tuesday, May 7 & Thursday, May 9 (8:00am-3:00pm)

Wednesday, May 8 (8:00am-1:00pm) & (4:00pm-6:00pm)

Where: SH Primary School (2700 Spring Hill Road)

Please Call 903-323-7848 to Schedule an Appointment

Roundup is only for students who will be five years of age on or before

September 1, 2019.

MUST bring the following:

  • Student’s Birth Certificate
  • Proof of Residency in Spring Hill ISD (current water bill, gas bill, electric bill or most current Gregg County Tax Statement)
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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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