Spring Hill ISD

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A Message From the Superintendent

We successfully completed our first week of school! I walked through campus hallways this morning and I was able to witness teachers teaching and students learning. I can’t express how proud I am of our students concerning how they responded to the new protocols we have in place. The key to a successful school year will be the leadership our students have exhibited this first week of school. This year our teachers will need our support more than any year as they teach traditional classes along with the 403 virtual learners we currently have enrolled. Our staff has made an amazing transition into virtual instruction over the last five months. Please find time to thank our teachers for their efforts to assure every student receives a first class education.

Go Panthers!

Next week we will begin a full schedule of events with many of our junior high and high school organizations beginning their seasons.

Keeping You Informed

Explanation of Notification of Confirmed COVID 19 On Campus

Back to School Pep Rally 2020

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Seminar Begins this Sunday, August 23

Start the School Year on the right foot with a series of parenting seminars that will help you put some new tools in your parenting toolbox! During this week of seminars at various churches and schools, parenting expert, Mark Gregston, will focus his time on building deeper relationships, improving communication skills, and connecting with your teens.

Beginning on Sunday, August 23rd, the East Texas 2020 week of parenting seminars will start at Longview’s Mobberly Baptist Church. On Monday the 24th, the event will be held at the Spring Hill Intermediate School on Spring Hill Road from 6:00 - 8:00 pm. The seminars on Tuesday, August 25th will be held as a breakfast meeting at Alpine Church of Christ, located at 610 E. Loop 281. That night, the seminar will be held in the High School Cafeteria at the Gilmer High School. Wednesday’s event, on the 26th, will be held at New Beginnings Baptist Church located at 2137 George Richey Road in Longview. And rounding off a wonderful week of helping parents, the Thursday seminar will be held specifically for grandparents at First Baptist Church Longview as an afternoon seminar from 4:00 top 6:00 pm.

Mark Gregston is the founder and Executive Director of Heartlight, as residential counseling center located on Highway 80 between Longview and Hallsville. He has lived there for 30+ years, helping over 3,000 teens and families resolve the issues that have torn their families apart. He brings his expertise, wit, and wisdom, to this seminar week, instead of hosting their typical fund-raising concert series that’s been held in Longview the last 15 years. These seminars are free to all in hopes of helping the parents in East Texas start the 2020 school year off on the right foot.

Spending Time When It's Needed Most
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Without a Doubt...Our Administrators are SUPERSTARS

Thank you to Captain Najah Jackson, 1st Lieutenant Maci Williams, Lieutenant Christa Thomas and Lieutenant Julianna Jones and the high school Pacesetters for getting up extra early to deliver signs to show support and appreciation to each one of the administrators on the first full day back to school. What a great way to start the day!

PTA Welcomes Students and Staff Back at each Entrance

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Spring Hill Panthers are Masked Up for the 2020 School Year...Welcome Back Panther Nation!


Even though the halls were quiet due to the staggered start of school, students are excited to be back in the classroom.


Junior High is doing their part to stop the spread of COVID-19 by social distancing and wearing face masks! Great job!!


Intermediate students and staff are geared up to take on 2020!
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Primary students and staff are excited to be back at school!
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High School Faculty Sporting a Variety of Styles with Their Face Coverings

Starting school at Spring Hill ISD is No Probllama! Thank you and Experience Southern Nutrition for the energy drinks!

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Learning is a Lifelong Endeavor - Christus Good Shepherd Supports the Spring Hill Panthers

A prayer written for Spring Hill ISD from Christus Good Shepherd ~

Your Spirit of wisdom fills the earth and teaches us your ways.

Look upon these teachers. Let them strive to share their knowledge

with gentle patience and endeavor always to bring truth to eager minds.

Grant them perseverance, peace and joy.


They also dropped off a basket full of goodies to share with the employees of the district.

Thank you!

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Nine Spring Hill High School Seniors Selected for Texas Bank and Trust Student Board of Directors

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[LONGVIEW, Tex.] —Texas Bank and Trust is pleased to announce the selection of nine seniors from Spring Hill High School to serve on its 2020-2021 Student Board of Directors.

The TB&T Student Board is a prestigious program recognizing outstanding high school seniors in the community.

Seniors Marshall Bodenheimer, Peyton Borens, Kenneth Bowles, Whitten Bowles, Kennedy Croom, Kenzie Gee, Rachel Petree, Samantha Schott, and Taylor White will join with 53 other seniors from Christian Heritage Classical, Trinity School of Texas, Longview, Pine Tree, and St. Mary’s High Schools to make up the 43rd senior class to participate in the TB&T program in Longview.

The 2020-2021 Student Board members will be introduced to the TB&T bank staff in a Virtual Welcome Reception, to be held at 7 pm, Monday, August 24, via Zoom. Parents and school administrators are invited to join in to view the broadcast.

The Student Board program will be designed to introduce students to banking and money management at a critical point in their lives, and provide them with the essential economic building blocks to earning, spending, saving, and investing money. The students will be challenged this year in an Olympic-inspired competition, entitled THE 411 FINANCIAL CHALLENGE. This innovative TBT program will take the students through a series of head-to-head, high-spirited games to test their knowledge of budgeting, savings, investing, and professional development. Students will also serve as advisors to the bank on youth financial literacy programming throughout the year.

Established in 1978, Student Board remains the bank’s first and most enduring financial literacy program.

Students were selected based on their grade point average, extra-curricular activities, and afterschool work activities. Students must submit an essay with their application as well as two letters of recommendation from either a faculty member or administrator to be considered for the program. Students accepted into the 2020 Student Board program were notified in late June.

Since its inception, the Student Board has introduced more than 3,000 high school seniors to banking and money management.

For information on how to participate in the 2021-2022 Student Board program, students in their junior year of high school may contact Tammy Gage, Texas Bank and Trust Community Relations Officer, at (903) 237-1827.


Eastman Chemical Donates Supplies to SH Shop Students

A big SHOUT OUT to Eastman Chemical for supporting the Spring Hill shop programs!

Social Distance - It Works

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Panthers Prepared to Kick Off Season After Outscoring Mount Vernon, 3-1, in Scrimmage

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Lady Panther Volleyball Practicing Social Distancing

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Lady Panthers Take on the Carthage Bulldogs

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Team Tennis Beats Van for the First Win of the Season

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Cross Country 2020 - 2021

The cross country season starts next week with an early morning run at Kaufman. Good Luck to you all and Go Panthers!
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Check out this link for important information on obtaining Friday night football tickets:

Spring Hill Panther Radio

Spring Hill Panther Radio was established so every Panther Fan could listen live to Spring Hill High School sporting events. This is Spring Hill Panther Radio's third season for broadcasting games over the internet. Cody Ferguson and Carl Newman look forward to bringing you every exciting play from this season's games and look forward to providing an entertaining sportscast for friends and family members of Spring Hill.

Meet your Broadcasters:

FAMILY: Stronger - Together

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Update on 2019-2020 Yearbooks

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Skyward Family Access Provides Grades and Attendance for Parents and Students

We would like to remind parents about our Skyward Family Access program that gives both parents and students access to grades and attendance. Skyward allows both parents and students the ability to monitor progress at any time. Mr. White our instructional technologist has created a short tutorial that will show you how to create an account and also set up e-mail alerts. If you have questions about this process please feel free to contact your child's campus so we can assist.

Check out the tutorial below:

Blessed to be a Spring Hill Panther: Proud Past...Promising Future

  • TEA "A" Rated district
  • K-12 Education
  • Premier school district in East Texas
  • College and Career Readiness best in the area
  • Low teacher / student class ratio
  • Honors, dual-credit, gifted & talented, Career & Technical Education, and numerous local courses offered
  • UIL Academics, robotics, theatre/drama, band, drill team, cheerleading, athletics and bass club activities offered
  • State award winning band
  • Education Foundation
  • Boys and Girls Club
  • District enrollment at an all time high
  • Designated as a District of Innovation by the Texas Education Agency
  • Outstanding parent and community support
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Spring Hill Independent School District...The Hidden Treasure of East Texas

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Find us in the App Store

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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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