Upcoming Events

Sherlock Holmes a Steampunk Version May 7,8,9, 14,15, & 16

In 1895, when the play is set, the British Empire was at its height and the British people at their proudest. Mechanical marvels, cultural superiority, liberal democracy, all identify the High Victorian era and all are featured in the steampunk universe. And Sherlock Holmes, the true Victorian superhero, the Empire übermensch, is steampunk aristocracy.                                                                                                                                        Tickets are only $8, $5 students/seniors. Call the box office at 541-914-8095. For further information call Springfield Theatre at 541-744-3768. The theater is located at 875 7th Street.

Athletic Auction May 9

You are cordially invited to attend the 3rd annual Athletic Department Auction on May 9th at Regional Sports Center.  The auction proceeds go to support different athletic programs within our school.  The first year we held the auction, baseball was the recipient of the money and we raised over $25,000.  This last year, Track and Field were the recipients and we raised over $26,000.  This year it is being divided between Football and Girls Basketball with a 60% – 40% split.  Please come out and support your students and their teams.  If you are interested in attending please contact Audrea Shelley for tickets.

Prom May 2

Prom is just around the corner! Come get your tickets to this signature event being held at the Wheeler Pavilion on Saturday, May 2, 8:00-11:00.

ACT Testing April 28

This coming Tuesday, April 28th, freshman, sophomores and juniors will be taking the EXPLORE, PLAN and ACT assessments respectfully at Springfield High School. The will be NO REGULAR class on this day and students will be dismissed when their respective test concludes.

All students testing should be on campus no later than 8:30am to find their room assignment. All testing begins no later than 9am and will conclude no later than 1:00pm. Freshman taking the EXPLORE will be finishing up earliest at about 11:30am; sophomores around 12:00-12:30pm; and juniors around 12:30-1:00pm. Seniors will not be testing and will not have classes to attend. Buses will be running at the regular scheduled times, so we recommend setting up alternative pick-up transportation. Students are welcome to stay on campus until 3:15pm when buses arrive and will be supervised. Otherwise, students will be expected to be off campus when their test is over.

The ACT is a college admissions test that is offered each year to all juniors, free of charge, that can help students reach goals toward applying for college and being eligible for many scholarships. The EXPLORE and PLAN are ‘pre-ACT’ assessments that mimic the ACT and help prepare our younger students for the ACT. The scores are reported to SHS and, in the case of the ACT, to the students’ homes as well. Scores offer percentile comparisons in all test sections; English, math, reading, science and, in the case of the ACT, writing. Scores also examine student interest survey answers and give valuable information to the student regarding potential careers and college ‘readiness’.

Please feel free to contact the SHS counseling department if you would like more information regarding ACT testing day.

Partnership  Council                                                                                                                              You’re invited to an informational meeting about the soon-to-be-formed Partnership Council.  The goal of this Council is to provide guidance for the school vision and it will consist of students, parents, SHS staff, the administrative team and community, higher education and business leaders.  An informational meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 22nd at 6:30pm in the high school library.

Refreshments with the Administrative Team”                                                               We will have our first “Refreshments with the Administrative Team” also on Wednesday, April 22nd from 8-9am in the SHS Commons.  Join the administrative team for light morning refreshment to socialize, ask questions and talk.

Freshmen Orientation Night – April 14, at 5:30.                                                     Come and find out about the wonderful opportunities awaiting our newest group of Springfield High Millers!

Junior parent and guardian information night next Tuesday, March 17, at 6:00 in the library. Please come to find out important information for your junior student.

Springfield High School’s annual talent show is holding auditions Feb. 19, 20, & 21 in the auditorium during lunch.

Aladdin (dual language edition) starts on February 12! Get your tickets and come see this amazing production.

Second Semester Starts February 2

December 22-January 2  Winter Break

Attention  Seniors: Senior pictures are due December 1st. Pictures must be at least 3MB, vertical, and tasteful.* Go to www.hjeshare.com Use code MillersLog2015 and upload your picture. It’s easy! Get your Pictures in today!

*Yearbook reserves the right to decide what is not tasteful

November 27 & 28 Thanksgiving holiday

November 10th 4-7 Winter sports registration

November 6t & 7th Parent/teacher Conferences

October 22nd & 23rd Late start

October 15th Senior Scholarship Information Night, 6-7:30PM in SHS library

October 11th Homecoming Dance, 8:00-11:00

October 10th Homecoming Game, 7:00

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The SHS Pep Rally and Firework Show is coming up!!!!

October 7th Freshmen Family Night, 5:30

September 27th SHS Hall of Fame Dinner, 6:30

September 25th Latino Parent Night, 5:30

September 17th & 18th Late start

September 12th  ASB Tailgater, 5:00-6:30

FIRST DAY OF CLASSES

for 9th graders September 3rd @ 8am

for 10-12th graders September 4th @ 8am

August 28th Registration for all returning students 8am-5pm in the Gymnasium 

Registration for students new to the district

Call for an appointment 541-744-4787

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