5240 Hwy. 76E
Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-3516
Fax: (615) 384-5484
Pre-Order your Yearbook now! There will be no extras in May. You MUST pre-order!
Upcoming Events at Springfield High:
Thursday, October 23rd:
Financial Aid meeting in Large Auditorium @ 6:00
Friday, October 24th:
PLAN (10th Grade) and ACT (11th grade) Testing
Freshman Field Trip to WKU
Monday, October 27th:
Tuesday, October 28th:
Fall Festival 5:30-7:30
Community Event to discuss rezoning 5:00-7:00 in large theatre
Wednesday, October 29th:
PSAT for 10th and 11th graders
Friday, October 31st:
Early Release: Half Day
Saturday, November 1st:
Shop Crop N Roll, Crop and vendor fair. Registration form
Tuesday, November 4th:
Professional Day: No school for students
Friday, November 7th:
Saturday, November 8th:
Softball and Baseball Annual Run For The Field 5K. Registration form
Tuesday, November 11th:
Veterans Day: No school
Friday, December 19th:
Transportation and Busing Questions, please click here.
Doing GREAT things at SHS!
Our student section is on the main page of CoachT.com for a second time this year! Keep up the spirit Jackets! Our Jackets were also the highlight of Channel 4's football review!
This is College Application Week (Sept 29 - Oct 3) in TN. Any senior wishing to get help with their college application may come see Mrs. Roberson in the library during overtime Wednesday-Friday if you have let her know in advance so she can put you on the Overtime list. Please have all your personal information and credit card information to pay the application fee online when you apply.
Any senior already accepted into college, please see Mrs. Roberson with your letter for a picture to go up in the hallway at SHS.
This part of automotive maintenance is often over looked .Knowing the value of a well keep car is so important to keeping an automobiles value at it's best.We are striving to expand this service to a year round activity.
Springfield High School's Foundations of Technology students, have begun exploring structural design principles through the creation of bridges. Students devise a variety of bridges using West Point Bridge Design software enabling them to compare forces present in various models. Physical models are then constructed and tested to calculate a weight to strength efficiency score.
Click Here for past and other Doing GREAT Things at SHS!
|News from the Jackets' Nest
Letter to Parents/Students
For all videos that you have seen on our site, you can click here to see them again. Thank you to Mr. Hill's Media Arts class for creating these videos.
If a student requires prescription medication during the school day, this medication form must be completed by the doctor and parent and returned to the school nurse. Students are not to carry medications unless they are emergency inhalers or epi-pens and the Dr. specifies on the Rx that they are responsible and capable to carry them. All others medications are to be kept in the clinic and should be brought in by an adult. OTC meds. must be received in a new, unopened container and have a note of consent.
1st Period: 8:15-0:00
2nd Period: 9:06-9:50
3rd Period: 9:56-10:40
4th Period: 10:46-11:30
Overtime 10th-12th: 11:36-12:04
Freshman Lunch: 11:30-12:00
Overtime 9th Grade: 12:06-12:35
5th Period: 12:10-1:33
B Lunch: 12:05-12:35
C Lunch: 12:35-1:05
D Lunch: 1:05-1:35
6th Period: 1:41-2:25
7th Period: 2:31-3:15
Statement of Non-Discrimination
The Robertson County School System does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, religion or marital status, in training, activities or employment practices in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the Americans with Disabilities Acts of 1997 and 2004
SHS Mission Statement:
Our mission is to create a safe and challenging environment where students will learn, achieve and demonstrate the knowledge and skills necessary to master the standards set by Robertson County Schools and the Tennessee State Board of Education.
Our vision is to graduate all students prepared with the knowledge, skills, and competence needed for the next step in their educational process and for the challenges in a diverse, complex society.