Springfield High School
875 7th Street, Springfield, OR 97477
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Although the complete calendar is not yet available, here are some of the important dates for next school year.
All attendance recovery for semester two of this year must be completed by May 27th for seniors or those planning to transfer. Otherwise, you have until the end of semester one of 2016-2017. Attendance recovery may be completed in the … Continue reading
“This is really funny and edgy and full of great music! Good job Jill Plumb and Stacy Swartout-McKee in preparing this fantastic ensemble of actors and singers. The kids are PERfect for their roles. … opening night and the kids … Continue reading
Springfield Fine Arts presents the hilarious musical comedy, 13. Geek. Poser. Jock. Beauty Queen. Wannabe. These are the labels that can last a lifetime. With an unforgettable rock score from Tony Award-winning composer Jason Robert Brown, (Parade, The Last Five … Continue reading
You and your 10th grader are invited to Future Junior Parent Night – an informational event featuring guests from the University of Oregon, Lane Community College, and various staff from Springfield High School – on June 1st from 6:00-8:00pm in … Continue reading
Attention Seniors! If you would like to speak at graduation, listen up! There will be auditions on May 13th so have a speech written out and ready to be presented by then! If you have any questions, see Ms. Bottimore … Continue reading
Do you have your tickets? The annual SHS Athletic Auction takes place Friday, April 29, 5:30 at Willamalane. Contact Audrea Shelley or the SHS front office for tickets and more information.
We have wonderful people working at SHS and Kevin Rowan, Gladys Campbell, Lisa Dillon, Audrea Shelley, Candy Harshbarger, and Kristin Larsen have been nominated for the ACE Award. The event will be held on Tuesday, April 19, at the Hult Center. … Continue reading
Next week is Spring Week. Below is a list of the activities that are going on. Please encourage your students to dress up, listen to the concerts at lunch, and hang around Friday at lunch. The more people that … Continue reading