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: Graduate will persevere in the face of adversity to complete the task at hand.
- Adaptable and Productive Citizen: 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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Yes, we have school on Monday, February 20! It’s an A day. See you then!
Spring sports registration will be held in the athletics/attendance office on Thursday February 16th from 4pm til 6pm. Come register for baseball, softball, tennis, or Track and Field. Come meet your coach as well as the athletic trainer and athletic director. We look forward to seeing you there.
Physicals are due every 2 years on the attached OSAA form. Please see the athletic office if you are not sure you are up to date.
Important forms are available by clicking on the Athletics tab or this link.
Do you have spirit? We bet you do! Come on down to the attendance office and pick up a Miller M.O.B. Activity Card! Start attending school activities and events today and earn your very own EXCLUSIVE Miller M.O.B. shirt after you attend 7 school events. Join with your friends and get started!
Springfield Theatre in collaboration with SHS Jazz proudly presents our mainstage play, Flowers for Algernon in the SHS Auditorium February 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11 at 7:30pm.
“The eponymous Algernon is a laboratory mouse who has undergone surgery to increase his intelligence by artificial means. The story is told by a series of progress reports written by Charlie Gordon, the first human test subject for the surgery, and it touches upon many different ethical and moral themes such as the treatment of the mentally disabled.”
Flowers for Algernon features over 20 SHS students in this elaborate production. In addition to the cast, SHS Jazz has compiled the SHS Algernon Combo, directed by Christopher Holt, which provides live accompaniment throughout the play. Senior Chris Dickson is featured as Charlie Gordon and Kyler Deanda, Robert Robison-Miller and Quentin Noffsinger play the scientists. Junior Hannah Baehler is Alice.
This show features the design work from TDSO, costumes by Jamie Parker and light design by Allen Adams. Students Isaac Means and Mikaya Terrell are Stage Managers. Jill Plumb directs.
Please come support our teenagers in this amazing theatrical production.
Please email or call 541.914.8095 for reservations. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students/seniors.
Semester Two begins on Monday, January 30. It will be an A day. You can check your schedules on StudentVue (or ParentVue) and hard copies will be handed out in the courtyard before 1st period on Monday.
Here’s the schedule for finals this week. Study hard and give it your best!
Remember, we are almost at the end of the semester and finals will be next week. This week we have a “C” day schedule on Friday, and finals start on Monday. Please click on this link to check the schedule.
Schools are OPEN on regular schedule and buses are on regular routes. Please travel safely. Today is an A day.
Due to the significant accumulation of ice, snow and slush all Springfield schools are CLOSED Monday, January 9th. Stay safe and warm!
We have school today, January 6, but busses are on snow routes. Today is an A day. Be safe getting to school!