Spring Hill ISD

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A Message from the Superintendent

I would like to congratulate our football team and all of our student groups that support Friday Night Lights in Spring Hill’s return to the playoffs. We will play Caddo Mills tonight at 7:00 pm in Van. I would also like to congratulate our cross country team for their seventh place finish at the state meet and Pacesetter Emily Cook, who was named All American Dancer this summer at the American Dance Drill Team Camp. Emily will be performing this Saturday during the halftime show of the San Antonio Spurs. Our students continue to excel in both the classroom and on the competition field.

If you are looking for a great theatre production, then please join us this evening or tomorrow evening, as our high school theatre department presents ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ in the high school theatre at 7:00 pm.

The Texas Education Agency recently released the official Financial Integrity Rating System of Texas 2018-2019 ratings. Spring Hill ISD received the highest rating of superior and scored 96 out of a possible 100 points. As stewards of taxpayer funds, I believe Spring Hill ISD continues to produce spectacular student outcomes with the resources that our community supports us with. Thank you for your support!

Spring Hill ISD Proudly Salutes Veterans

Veteran Recognition 2019

Longview News Journal Spotlights SHISD Veterans Recognition

KLTV Covers Veterans Recognition Ceremony

Thank You Ms. Collier's Culinary Arts Class for Providing the Meal for Veterans Recognition

Blue Brigade Wins 1st Place in NAMMB

"The Blue Brigade marched in the National Association of Military Marching Bands Contest this past Saturday. Our band earned straight 1st division superior ratings and was ranked 1st in class 4A. Please join me in congratulating all of our wonderful students for all of their hard work and commitment to excellence!!!!!" ~ Mike Moody

Spring Hill High School Marching Band - 2019 NAMMB State Military Marching Band Contest

1st Place NAMMB Win + a Deal is a Deal = Tattoos on Mr. Moody's Face

The deal was...if the band won 1st place at NAMMB, the students could tattoo Mr. Moody's face!



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Twirlers Advance to State UIL Contest

Congratulations to the following twirling groups who competed at the UIL Twirling Solo & Ensemble Contest this past weekend. The following girls received 1st division ratings and will advance to the State UIL Twirling Solo and Ensemble Contest in May!!!! ~ Mr. Moody

Group 1:

Lauren Bridges

Anna Kelly

J'Dee Stovall

Ashley Wingo

Group 2:

Blythe Davis

Valerie Ferrell

Maylea Malloy

Abby Wallace

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Pacesetter Senior Captain Emily Cook to Perform at the San Antonio Spurs Halftime Show

Please join me in congratulating Pacesetters Senior Captain Emily Cook!

This summer the Pacesetters participated in an American Dance Drill Team Camp.

Emily was awarded:

  • All American Dancer
  • All American Dance Company
  • Outstanding Performer

In receiving these awards, she became eligible to perform at several events. This saturday, Emily will be performing at the San Antonio Spurs halftime show! ~ Nikki Fulps

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Employees of the Month

Congratulations to Karen Ender, Teacher of the Month, and Yolanda Flores, Support Staff of the Month!
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Panthers of the Month

We proudly present to you the Panthers of the Month:

  • Eduardo Flores ~ High School
  • Shakira Shaw ~ Junior High
  • Sophia Rodriguez ~ Intermediate
  • Parker Robertson ~ Primary

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Game Day Appreciation

SHISD appreciates all of those who give of their time to make the Panther game day a great experience for our students and fans! Game day workers were treated to fajitas, cookies and hot chocolate before reporting to duty.


Thank you to Members of the Administration Staff for Hosting and Serving at Game Day Appreciation

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Welcome to Our Newest Panther

Kailee Janiya Hicks

Born: November 6, 2019

Weight: 7 lbs 3 oz

Length: 20 inches

Proud Grandparent: Dynita Garrett, Intermediate

Message from Nurse Jaymie Walton

Spring Hill Parents,

FLU season has arrived!

Common signs and symptoms of the flu are fever greater than 100F, coughing/sneezing,

headache, body aches and extreme fatigue.

Please help us minimize the spread of the flu by keeping your student home if they have a fever

greater than 100F. Your student must also be fever free for a full 24 hours WITHOUT the use of

fever reducing medications like Tylenol or Ibuprofen before they can return to school.

Good handwashing, staying home when running fever and exhibiting flu symptoms and yearly

flu vaccines are the best way to protect your family and reduce the spread of the flu.

Thank you for helping us keep our Spring Hill students healthy!

Mr. Robinett Gives Kudos

  • Karen Ender for the great showing in "Inktober" contests and her AP Art students critique night on Thursday Night at the Library.
  • Ms. Williamson and Ms. Childers for making our campus a TSI testing center and running the testing
  • Andrea Jones and StuCo for another great Red Ribbon Week
  • Coach Louvier and his staff for getting the Panther football team back in the playoffs after a ten-year hiatus
  • Coach Pool and his girls golf team for winning the Mt. Pleasant tournament
  • Mr. Moody and the Blue Brigade for placing 1st in NAMMB marching contest
  • Ms. Collier and her Culinary Arts classes for providing great lunches for our teachers and meals for different campus groups
  • Ms. Tidwell and Ms. Kincy for jumping in and running our Professional Learning on Monday
  • Jennifer White for using student's interests to engage them in learning
  • Ms. Peurifoy for using novelty and affiliation to engage her students in learning

District Vehicles Display New Decals

And the Crowd Goes Wild With the Performance of the Pacesetters and Their Dads in Honor of Senior Night

Pacesetter Dads Perform

SHHS Leaders' Core Attends the Emerging Leaders Conference at UT Tyler

Student leaders from around East Texas were invited to share in the excitement, be inspired, get motivated and develop a plan of action to improve their own campus at The Emerging Leaders Conference hosted by The University of Texas at Tyler.
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SHHS Theater Presents Arsenic and Old Lace

Stay away from the elderberry wine! Teeming with inexhaustible high jinks, narrow escapes, and vaudeville humor, this quirky farce is one for the ages. Spring Hill High School Theatre Department presents Joseph Kesselring's infectiously funny dark comedy Arsenic and Old Lace. Murder, mayhem, and madcap lunacy abound in the Brewster home. Mortimer Brewster is a drama critic whose two spinster aunts have a unique hobby—they poison lonely old men with elderberry wine laced with arsenic. One of his brothers thinks he’s Teddy Roosevelt, and another murderous brother is on the run from the law. All are getting in the way of Mortimer’s plans to marry the woman he loves. Playwright Joseph Kesselring’s masterpiece became an instant classic when the film version was released in 1944 directed by Frank Capra and starring Cary Grant.

Performances Nov 14-16 at 7 pm at the Spring Hill High School's Little Theatre,

2800 East George Richey Rd., Longview, Texas 75605

For more information or tickets please call 903-446-3336. Tickets available online.

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Eighth Grade Career Inspire

Spring Hill 8th grade students attended Longview Economic Development Corporation's 8th Grade Career Inspire at Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Complex on Tuesday, November 5, 2019, 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. The event is a career fair for local ISD 8th grade students.

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JH Technology Applications Classes Use Play-Doh to Complete Electric Circuits

Coach Michael Colvin teaches students how to use Play-Doh to complete electric circuits in his technology applications classes. Thank you to the PTA for providing funds to help purchase the Makey Makey circuit boards and connectors.

Junior High Teachers Participate in Professional Development While Students Enjoy a Holiday

Kagan Structures are research-based instructional strategies that have a track record of improving academic achievement and social outcomes. We know the number one key to success in school is quality instruction. And the number one key to quality instruction is actively engaging students. It's all about engagement!
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JH Pre-Drill Team Class Performs at Pep Rally

The JH pre-drill team class performed at the junior high pep rally. "They are working very hard and are excited to audition for the Pacesetters" ~ Nikki Fulps
Panther Pacesetter Pre-Drill Team Class Performs

Intermediate and Primary PE~ This is How They Roll

Intermediate and second grade students are participating in an in-house skating program through Skatetime School Programs. Students are learning basic skating skills during their regular PE classes. Everyone is having a great time learning a fun lifetime activity. ~ Coach Julie Heflin
Intermediate PE Classes Include Skating
SH Primary Students Roller Skate in PE Classes

Intermediate Trunk or Treat Draws Large Crowd

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Every Day is Fabulous at SH Primary But Especially Fridays

The High School cheerleaders, football players and Pacesetters attended Fabulous Friday. The students look forward to their special guests!


Panthers Earn Third Seed With a Win Over Pittsburgh

Congratulations to Coach Jonny Louvier, his coaching staff and his Panthers for making the playoffs his first year at Spring Hill as Athletic Director and Head Football Coach! Come out and support the Panthers as we take on Caddo Mills Friday, November 15 @ 7:00 pm in Van.



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Spring Hill Baseball Standouts Sign to Play at the Next Level

Trent Gregson Signs to Play Baseball With University of Central Arkansas
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Hunter Hollan Signs to Play Baseball With Texas A&M
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Caden Noah Signs to Play Baseball With Texas
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Kalen Barlow Commits to UT Tyler

Kalen has committed to running cross country and track for the UT Tyler Patriots. Congratulations and Go Patriots!

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Cross Country Team Recognized for Competing at the State Cross Country Meet

Superintendent Wayne Guidry presents the State Qualifying Cross Country team to the Board at the monthly meeting:

  • Nick Bodenheimer
  • Kalen Barlow
  • Marshall Bodenheimer
  • Caleb Hutcheson
  • Haden Bray
  • Coach Ashton Wells

Not pictured ~ Jaden Giddings and Austin Martin

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Boys Team Finishes 7th in the State Meet

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Ashlyn Smith Named Cheerleader of the Week

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The Panthers Fought Hard Against the Pleasant Grove Hawks; Came up Short for the Win but had Lots of Panther Support...#BetterInBlue

Lady Panther Golf Team Wins Mt. Pleasant Golf Tourney

Congratulations to the Lady Panthers for winning the Mt. Pleasant golf tournament with a 379. J’Dee Stovall tied for 1st place medalist with a 79.

Calling All Panthers Grades K - 6

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Panther Fan Run Through Was a Huge Success

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Panther Radio

Panther Fans,

For live play by play action of the Panther football games, click on the link below.

Lady Panther Basketball Team to Play at the American Airline Center in Dallas

The Spring Hill Lady Panthers Basketball team will be playing a game against McLeod at American Airline Center in Dallas, Texas on Saturday, January 4, 2020. Once you purchase a ticket it will allow you to be able to stay and attend the Mavs vs Charlotte game. During the Spring Hill game, you may sit wherever you like, but once the game is over you must move to the seat number which is printed on your ticket. We will begin to presale the tickets for the prices listed below. If you have any further questions or need to purchase a ticket, please contact Coach Dee Lewis, dlewis@shisd.net.

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Public Service Announcement

Shape Your Future: The 2020 Census

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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Baseball / Softball Field Update