At Springfield High School, we are committed, through an ongoing collaboration between teachers, families, and community members, to offering rich and diverse curriculum that equips students with the knowledge and skills necessary for success in school and in all future endeavors.
Portrait of an SHS Graduate
- Persistent and Resourceful Individual: Graduate will persevere in the face of adversity to complete the task at hand.
- Adaptable and Productive Community Member: Graduates will act as productive citizen by demonstrating responsibility to their community and flexibility in fulfilling personal, professional, and community expectations.
- College and Career-Ready Scholar: Graduates will develop and manage a personal education and career plan, and demonstrate application of academic and technical competencies to a chosen career field.
- Critical and Innovative Problem-Solver: Graduates will understand the nature of problems, create innovate solutions, and make informed decisions by using critical and creative thinking, logical reasoning, analysis, inquiry, and problem-solving techniques.
- Ethical Decision Maker: Graduate will display personal and professional integrity by demonstrating leadership, effective decision-making, and ethical personal and professional management skills.
- Effective Communicator and Collaborator: Graduates will demonstrate leadership qualities through the ability to effectively communicate, collaborate, innovate, and think creatively.
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Springfield Acting Ensemble presents Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 April 19, 20, 21 at 7:00pm in the SHS Studio Theatre. Ray Bradbury’s futuristic story where “firemen” create fires instead of putting them out. In this dark future, books are burnt when found and individual thinking is punished. Montag is a fireman who, after meeting a young woman, Clarisse-who embraces thinking and reading– becomes frustrated and jaded with his role as a fireman and finds meaning in the very novels he is supposed to destroy. Beatty, the fire chief, notices the change in Montag and wages a battle of wits and endangers Montag’s life. Montag must choose to defy Beatty and the firemen or join a small group of those who resist the oppressive government at the risk of their lives. General Admission $5. Seating is limited–reservations HIGHLY recommended. 541.744.4768
Featuring seniors Kyler Deanda as Montag and Hannah Baehler as Clarice with junior Julian Chavez as Chief Beatty. The SHS Acting Ensemble proudly fills out the rest of the cast and crew
Spring week is here! Time to have some fun and share some SHS spirit!
Monday – Miller Mania
Tuesday – Twin Day
Wednesday – Nerds vs Jocks
Thursday – Throwback
Friday – Flannel
Dress up every day, get prizes, and be entered in the grand prize drawing! Let’s go!
Check out the opportunities at AMP – After school Miller Program!
SHS was honored by NEDCO (Neighborhood Economic Development Corporation) with the first ever Outstanding Community Partnership Award! We love partnering with NEDCO and greatly appreciate all they do to support our students and the community.
SPRINGFIELD HIGH PARENT GROUP
NEXT MEETING: Helping our students; hear about what classes and services are available to your kids.
Thursday, March 15
All SHS parents and guardians are warmly invited to join our new group, working to get parents information to help all our students do well in school.
Questions/RSVP: Joy Marshall, email@example.com 541-912-2921
Click here to read about Brooklyn Reed, one of our amazing SHS students!
We love our SHS counselors! They go above and beyond to support our students every day. Please take a moment this week to thank your counselor for all they do!
Second semester schedules will be available through Student Vue this weekend. We will also distribute paper copies on Monday morning beginning at 7:30.
Remember, it’s finals week for SHS students. Study hard but also remember to eat and to get a good sleep. Finals are 8:45-10:15, 10:30-12:00 and 1:00-2:30.
Congratulations to senior, Payton Swartout, sophomore, James Fuller and junior, Trenton Fleenor, for their outstanding performance with the Oregon Music Educator Association’s All-State Honor Choir on January 14th at the Hult Center for the Performing Arts.
These SHS Miller boys were chosen, by audition, to sing with the 130 member choir, out of thousands of auditions from around the state of Oregon.
Congratulations, and GO MILLERS!
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