SHISD Mid-Week Message

Weekly Superintendent's Message for Spring Hill ISD

Teachers are Back!

There are many sights and sounds that let you know school is about to start. This week has been so exciting watching the campuses and buildings come to life with the sound of school. Kids have returned from band camp and are back performing on the field. Football, volleyball, tennis, and cross country are back, getting ready for their seasons. Even the sounds of bulldozers moving dirt have filled the air this week. This week the high school is buzzing with families coming to register their children with the excitement of finding out who their teacher is and what other friends they might have in their classes.


This week also marked the return of teachers to Spring Hill after a break that was much too short. Teachers returned this week and will spend the next two weeks focusing on what matters most, our students. Our teachers and principals will be focused more than ever before on the mission of educating students. In Spring Hill, our mission is clear:


As the center of our community, Spring Hill ISD is committed to the fulfillment of each learner’s intellectual, creative and physical potential through the collaborative efforts of exceptional educators, dedicated parents and integrated rigorous instruction provided in a safe environment.


Our staff is very clear on this mission and it is taken seriously. If you need proof, drive by any campus late in the evening and on the weekends. Our teachers work many hours to prepare for this mission. They are tireless. They are fearless. They go above and beyond to make sure 2018-2019 is a great experience for your child. The teachers and staff of Spring Hill ISD give me inspiration everyday through their efforts. They inspire me with their dedication, their collaboration, and the impact they have on students and each other. There is no other group of educators I would rather work with together on this mission. It is going to be a great year! - Steve Snell, Superintendent


Kudos

  • Kudos to Chenena Martin for having registration so organized and to Cathy Reed for organizing lunch for us each day and continuing to make every SH employee feel special and important ~ Leann Holder
  • Kudos to all Panther staff who are working so hard to make sure early registration is a great experience for all of our Panther families.


Family Concerns

  • Panther Family, please keep Becky Smith and her mother in your prayers. Her mother is experiencing difficulties from back surgery.
  • Keep Edie Benton's Daughter-in-law Andrea in your thoughts and prayers. She had surgery this week and is recovering.
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Great Back to School Letter from SHISD in the East Texas Review

2017 / 2018 Yearbooks Have Arrived

The first distribution of pre-ordered Junior High/High School yearbooks was on Tuesday, July 31. An additional distribution date will be scheduled soon. Further information will be given out by the campuses about any extra yearbooks that may be sold.

Faculty and Staff are Excited to Return

Primary Campus

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Intermediate Campus

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Junior High Campus

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High School Campus

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Thank You East Texas Professional Credit Union for the 2018-2019 Academic Calendars

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Volleyball Hits the Ground Running with Midnight Madness and Two - a - Days

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Blue Brigade Band Camp 2018

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Efren Barcenas Chosen for Longview News Journal's 2018 Preseason Dream Team for East Texas Football

Efran Barcenas, 6'1 senior, was chosen as the punter for the 2018 preseason dream team for East Texas football. Efren had 19 punts for a 45 yard average with a long of 64 yards and 3 punts inside the opponents 20 yard line.

Student Trainers "Tackle" Two-a-Days

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BUILD THE HILL ~ Panthers Take the Field

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2018-2019 Spring Hill Junior High Cheerleaders

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Officer Roger Askew and Officer Aaron Clinton, SHISD Class of '88

SRO Roger Askew, Officer for Longview Police Department and Aaron Clinton, Negotiator for Longview Police Department work together while practicing with the department's robot.
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Longview Police Department Practices Driving Robot at the High School

Congratulations to Noah Wood, Class of 2018, for His Nomination for the Texas Armed Services Scholarship

Noah was nominated for the Texas Armed Services Scholarship. He will be attending Texas A & M in the fall where he will join the Corps of Cadets as AFROTC. Upon graduation he plans to become an Air Force Officer and pilot."In meeting with him, I believe he is blessed with the talents and dedication for success," said Jay Dean.


Best of luck Noah!


~Noah pictured with State Representative Jay Dean

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Morgan Knight, Class of 2014, Red Shirt Senior Thrower for ACU Heads to Brazil to Compete in the FISU Americas Games

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0% Classroom Supply Loans by TELCO Plus Credit Union

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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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2018 Football Season Ticket Information

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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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