Spring Hill ISD
A Message From the Superintendent
“Let our lives be full of both thanks and giving.” Unknown
During this month of thanksgiving, my heart is full of gratitude.
I am so deeply thankful for…
Faith that keeps me strong.
Family and friends who love me unconditionally.
Teachers, coaches, directors, administrators, and staff who care about students whole-heartedly.
Students who strive to grow and learn and do their very best.
School community that supports the education of our young people.
Colleagues who ensure the work of the district is done with excellence.
U.S. military services and veterans who serve(d) this great nation and keep Americans safe and free.
Blessings too numerous to count…including the opportunity to serve the SHISD family.
Wishing you and your loved ones a Happy Thanksgiving!
Thankful ~ Grateful ~ Blessed…
Spring Hill High School staff and students were recognized at a recent school board meeting for their contributions to the AP Science and Math program, as well as the Practical Assessment Exploration System (PAES) lab.
Pictured left to right are High School Principal Rusty Robinett, teachers Kathleen Woodard and Lisa Gathright, students Chris Martin, Alexis Grubbs, Landon Coe, and Nick Bodenheimer, teacher Sharon Redman, and Superintendent Penny Fleet.
Primary and Intermediate Students to Receive Books For Their At-Home Library
Through the gracious support of Dollar General, Spring Hill ISD has the opportunity to partner with Reading is Fundamental's Books for Ownership Program this school year. With this program, every student in Pre-K through fifth grade will have the opportunity to select three books to add to his or her at-home library.
"By providing books to students, Reading Is Fundamental is creating a gateway to the world by opening doors to new ideas and places while increasing literacy in our community," said Jena Wayt, librarian. “Our hope is that students will select new, age-appropriate books that they will read over and over again, thus making them more motivated and engaged readers.”
An online bookstore is available for students. While books cannot be ordered from the online bookstore, the store lists every book title available to Spring Hill Primary and Intermediate students. Students can select three books they would like to receive by submitting a book selection form. Selection forms should be completed by Friday, December 10.
Login Information for the bookstore and links to the book selection forms are below. Contact Jena Wayt at 903-323-7848 with questions.
Primary & Intermediate Bookstore Login Information:
Account Number: RIFID000000
Spring Hill ISD hosted a Veterans Day Program on Thursday, November 11, to honor veterans of all military branches. The program featured students and staff performing patriotic songs and readings, as well as recognition of veterans
Veterans, thank you for your service!
The Blue Brigade Competes At State
Spring Hill High School's marching band, The Blue Brigade, competed in the UIL state open class marching band contest this week. They were the only military band to qualify for state in the open class division. Congratulations!
Spring Hill ISD Students and Staff Observe Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Students and staff took part in several special events and activities throughout the month of October as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
To show their support of those with cancer while promoting Breast Cancer Awareness the volleyball and football teams hosted Pink Out games. Volleyball honored family members and friends battling the disease prior to their Pink Out game.
The volleyball team also helped prepare students and staff for the Pink Out games by selling tshirts to raise money for the cause. Spring Hill High School Leaders' Core, Student Council, and Health Science classes also collected funds. In total, more than $4,000 was donated to members of the Spring Hill community affected by cancer during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Celebrating Our Seniors
Senior volleyball players, football players, athletic trainers, cheerleaders, Pacesetters, and band members were in the spotlight on Senior Night. These students were celebrated for their achievements, their hard work and their dedication to their sport, school, coaches and teammates. Senior Night was held during the last home volleyball and football games.
Skyward Family Access
Students and parents can view grades, attendance and schedules by logging in to Skyward. Skyward is available by visiting SHISD.net. From the homepage, select the Parents tab and scroll down to Skyward Student. Skyward may also be accessed through the Spring Hill ISD mobile app.
Panthers Celebrate Red Ribbon Week
Spring Hill schools recently celebrated Red Ribbon Week. Red Ribbon Week is the largest drug-abuse prevention campaign across the United States. It encourages the adoption of healthy, drug-free lifestyles. Students and staff celebrated a drug free future by wearing red ribbons and participating in themed dress-up days.
Fall Sports Recap
Spring Hill ISD has much to celebrate as our athletic teams wrap up a fantastic fall season.
The Spring Hill cross country boys team placed third in District and advanced to Regionals. Nick Bodenheimer qualified to advance with the team as well as individually. Blaire Bodenheimer was the girls District Champion and advanced to the Regional Meet as an individual.
The Panther football team missed the playoffs this year, but ended the season with wins over Brook Hill, ‘Battle of Hawkins Creek’ rival White Oak, Bullard, and North Lamar.
Varsity tennis claimed the 2021 District Championship and Area Championship titles. The team qualified to compete in the Regional Quarterfinal Playoff Match.
The Spring Hill volleyball team finished District play in second place, making them District Runner-Up. They qualified for the Bi-District round of the playoffs.
Congratulations to these teams, athletes, and coaches on your many accomplishments, and good luck to our winter and spring Panther athletic teams in their upcoming seasons!
Spring Hill ISD Partnerships
- Classroom technology
- Fine arts exposure and experience
- Support athletic programs
- Innovative classes for sports marketing and game day production
For advertising information, please contact the superintendent's office at 903-323-7740.