Spring Hill ISD
District Newsletter - January 2024
A Message From The Superintendent
Education is for improving the lives of others and for leaving your community and world better than you found it. ~ Marian Edelman
Working together, our educational community of parents, teachers, staff, administration, and the Board of Trustees form the team that supports and enriches the school experiences of our children. We all play a critical role in helping students reach their goals and aspirations.
A few examples of outstanding student achievements from the fall semester are listed below. What an awesome illustration of our community teamwork which helps students grow and achieve excellence!
Accomplishments and Accolades:
SHJH Academic UIL - First Place Overall in District
National Honor Society - 32 New Inductees
National Junior Honor Society - 27 New Inductees
More than 28,700 library books checked out by students
TSIA 2.0 College Readiness Test - 111 tests passed by high school students
The Blue Brigade - State Championship Silver Medalist Marching Band
Forty SHJH Students Made All-Region Band
Sixteen SHHS Students Made All-Region Band with one Texas All-State Musician
Varsity Panther Football - 3rd in District & 2023 Playoff Team
Fourteen players earned All-District honors
Lady Panther Volleyball - Regional Finalist with a 40-7 Season Record
Ten Volleyball players earned All-District honors
Two players selected to the Texas Girls Coaches Association All-State Team
Cross Country - Advanced to the Regional Meet
Varsity Tennis - Bi-District Champions
SHHS Theatre - Presented Clue
SHJH Theatre - Presented The Steadfast Tin Soldier at UIL One Act Play
Varsity Cheer - UIL Spirit State Championships Competition
SHHS Welding Students - Placed & Earned Certifications in the Texas High School Welding Series Regional Welding Competition
SHISD - Hosted community Veterans Program including fantastic student performances
Thank you parents, teachers, staff, administration, and Board of Trustees for all you do to ensure the future of our students is ever so bright. We are looking forward to an amazing spring semester with more student accomplishments to come!
Always Panther Proud!
Trustees Honored During School Board Recognition Month
January is School Board Recognition Month. We at Spring Hill ISD are truly grateful to our trustees for their dedication and commitment to Spring Hill schools and students!
The theme of this year’s School Board Recognition Month is Locally Elected, Community Connected, which highlights the connection between school trustees and their communities. School board members are the largest group of locally-elected officials in the state.
“Our board members are so important. Their dedication, vision, and commitment help to make our district a success,” Superintendent Penny Fleet said.
Board members serving Spring Hill ISD are John Borens, Ben Shelton, Holly Kirl, Mark White, Kyle Stephens, Dave Duncan, and Wayne Noon. We appreciate you!
Spring Hill ISD recently hosted a Programs of Study Showcase. The Programs of Study Showcase helps prepare students to make course plan selections for high school, and highlights Programs of Study available at Spring Hill in the areas of Healthcare Diagnostics, Culinary Arts, Welding, Digital Communications, Accounting & Financial Services, Carpentry, and Electrical.
Representatives from extracurricular activities and organizations were also in attendance to offer students a preview of the many opportunities available at Spring Hill High School.
Groups represented included Athletics, Athletic Trainers, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Band, Theatre, Pacesetters, Multicultural Club, History Club, Student Council, National Honor Society, Leaders Core, Newspaper/Yearbook, Young Business Associates, Cheer, Academic UIL, Math/Science, and Sources of Strength.
Thanks to everyone who participated in this event!
Time To Update
The beginning of a new calendar year is the perfect time to make certain your contact information in Skyward is up to date. If your phone number, address, or email address has changed since the beginning of the school year, contact your child's campus office to update your information on file with the school district. This ensures you will receive important communication from Spring Hill ISD regarding your student. Thank you for your help!
Federal School Report Cards
Spring Hill ISD is sharing this information about the district with you as part of its obligations under the federal Every Student Succeeds Act of 2015 (ESSA).
Federal Report Cards for the state, the district, and each of the district’s campuses are now available on the district’s website at this link, or are also available on the Texas Education Agency’s website.
If you have difficulty accessing the information from the website, hard copies of the reports are available at the district or campus office. If you have questions about the information, please contact Taylor Clark at email@example.com or 903-759-4404.