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A Message from the Superintendent

Please Help Us Spread the Word that SHISD Will Host a Veterans Luncheon and Recognition

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National Principals Month

In honor of National Principals Month, Superintendent Wayne Guidry cooked up a pot of Gumbo and all the fixings for principals, assistant principals and counselors.
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Mr. Robinett Recognizes Great Things Happening at the High School

Kudos To:

  • All Staff: The schools visiting on Wednesday and Thursday were VERY impressed with the staff and students. There were many comments about the great culture here.
  • Coach Wells and the Boys Cross Country Team for advancing to State. Go Panthers!
  • Coach Jeff Humphries who saw on Wednesday morning how busy everyone was and stood on duty in the hallway.
  • The many different staff members who jumped in to cover classes on Wednesday and Thursday when we had eight teachers out.
  • Coach Louvier and his staff for the Fried Fish Friday!
  • Ms. Dees for the engaging Forensics scavenger hunt looking for clues and gathering evidence.
  • Ms. Jones who had students NOT ASSIGNED to her class talking about the student work in the hallway. Great job when kids learn from other kids.
  • Bill Engledow for taking students on visits to TSTC for college days.

Panthers of the Month

Hope Haney - High School

Dillon Simpson - Junior High

Kyle Killingsworth - Intermediate

Raylee Duckworth - Primary (not pictured)

Congratulations on being chosen as Panthers of the Month for for October. We are so proud of you for receiving this award which confirms your excellence in leadership, responsibility, academics and all around Panther pride.

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Congratulations to Lesley Jaap Teacher of the Month

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Congratulations to Jennifer Caron Support Staff of the Month

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Band Leadership Team Recognized for Outstanding Leadership

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Education Foundation Handbag Bingo was a Huge Success

Thank you to Patti Miller and the Education Foundation for hosting Handbag Bingo. The evening was so much fun and the money raised goes to fund grants for our school.



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High School

Junior High



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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Pancake Breakfast to Support the High School Theatre Department

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The Blue Brings Home the Green

Whether you are talking Bull or Bear Market strategies, it is always a good idea to add “Panther” to your market analysis. The AP Economics class, under the leadership of Jennifer White, took on 7 local schools and a total of 25 teams in the Junior Achievement Virtual Stock Market Challenge held on October 24, 2019. Spring Hill brokers came out on top winning the 2nd, 5th and 9th place awards. The teams competed with virtual money, making collaborative decisions and taking risks. This real world experience is just one of the things that make Spring Hill


Service Over Self...SHHS National Honor Society Serves the Children at Asbury House at Fall Festival

Culinary Arts Classes "Roll Out" Their Cooking Skills

Mrs. Rhetta Collier's Introduction to Culinary Arts class cooks up a great enchilada lunch (pictured below)! The Culinary Arts classes are known for their talent in cooking, serving and cleaning up for large luncheons; including serving faculty / staff, Veterans recognition, class fundraisers and others groups upon request. We appreciate your culinary skills!

Spring Hill National Junior Honor Society Inducts New Members

Spring Hill Junior High held its NJHS Induction Ceremony in the L L Williamson Auditorium on Tuesday, October 29th. Thirty nine 7th and 8th grade students were inducted and will join the 31 current members. Congratulations to all of these students for the honor of being selected as a member of the Spring Hill NJHS!
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Junior High Student Council Hosts Fall Dance

First Grade Field Trip to the Pumpkin Patch at Calie's Acre

Kindergarten Students Visit EcoLand

EcoLand is a hands-on, multi-sensory learning center where children learn about the earth and its properties through investigation. EcoLand's goal is to create an experience that engages all senses and utilizes hands-on methods of teaching foundational elements behind complex concepts that are relevant to the challenges of this new generation of children. In addition to educating, inspiring and empowering children to protect the earth's environment, the EcoLand exhibits and accompanying activities also better prepare children for the higher level critical thinking skills needed in the classroom.
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Always Ready to Step it Up and Pump it Up ~ Peyton Borens Cheerleader of the Week

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Boys Cross Country Wins Regional Championship

Congratulations to the varsity boys cross country team for their first place regional championship victory!

Individual Results

3rd - Kalen Barlow

5th - Nick Bodenheimer

18th - Marshall Bodenheimer

21st - Jaden Giddings

24th - Caleb Hutcheson

32nd - Austin Martin

115th - Haden Bray


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Casey Mudoh Named Texas Real Estate Executives Player of the Week

Chrissy Drennan and Blake Smith presented Casey Mudoh with the Texas Real Estate Executives Player of the Week honors on Friday. Casey was nominated by Coach Traylor for this honor for his hustle and heart on the football field. We are proud of you Casey!

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Spring Hill Hammers Liberty Eylau Leopards, 56 - 7

8A Volleyball Team Wins First Place in District

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Calling All Panthers Grades K - 6

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Panther Fan Run Through Was a Huge Success

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Pep Rally Schedule for the 2019 Football Season

8:30 am Pep Rally Schedule:

  • September 13 - White Oak game
  • September 20 - Rusk game
  • October 18 - Liberty Eyleau game (Pink Out)

3:30 pm Pep Rally Schedule:

  • September 6 - Bullard game
  • September 27 - Malakoff game (Homecoming)
  • November 8 - Pittsburg game (Blue Out, Senior Night)

All pep rallies will be held in the high school gym.

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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