SHISD Mid-Week Message
Promoting Great Things in a Great School District
National School Counseling Week 2016
The counselors of SHISD have a tremendous impact in helping students achieve school success, carve out future plans and prescribe services for issues affecting student classroom performance. By the time a student arrives at the counselor’s office the chances are that their counselor already knows what the student's needs are—the family situation, the social situation, what’s going on with their classes, etc.
What our counselors in Spring Hill ISD do is so much more than just making schedule changes. National School Counseling Week honors school counselors by providing recognition for those who implement comprehensive school counseling programs, a vital part of the educational process for all students as they meet the challenges of the 21st century.
Take some time to thank a school counselor during National School Counseling Week. Our counselors are the heart of Panther Nation.
Congratulations to SHIS 4th Grader
Intermediate Students Take on Leadership Roles
"I AM ..." Wall
From the Equity Center
Feb. 2nd is Groundhogs Day. According to Punxsutawney Phil, we're due for an early spring this year. Hooray! But does it mean we're also closer to a Supreme Court ruling in the Texas Taxpayer & Student Fairness Coalition, et al. v. Michael Williams, et al. trial? Let's hope so.
We are hoping to hear from the Supreme Court by the end of the month. Lets just hope we see some real change in school finance and not another round of unfair and inadequate funding.
Watch the election candidates closely. There are some that are good for public education and some that are very bad for public education. Be informed and vote, vote, vote!
SHISD Football District
Region 2 - District 7
SHISD Basketball District
Region 2 - District 15
Tyler Chapel Hill
East Texas Coaches scramble to schedule games
How the New 4-A Division II Alignment Looks on a Map
Lady Golf Team Does Well at Panther Invitational
The Lady Panther golf team combined for a team total of 360 to be edged by one stroke by Pine Tree at the Lady Panther Invitational Monday at Wood Hollow Golf Club. The scores were as follows:
Zoe Mayfield – 76
Kyra Hamilton – 94
Hannah Murray – 94
Aubrey Lamore – 96
Tyler Newman – 107
From a field of 86 golfers, Spring Hill’s Zoe Mayfield was first place individually after winning a playoff.
Interested in getting a Doctorate Degree?
TAMU-T will accept the GMAT or the GRE as a part of the application process. If you have any additional questions you can contact the Doctoral Program Coordinator, Dr. Amy Burkman, at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Graduate Studies Office at 903-223-3129.