5240 Hwy. 76E
Springfield, TN 37172
Phone: (615) 384-3516
Fax: (615) 384-5484
Dr. Justin Grimes, Principal
Upcoming Events at Springfield High:
English Summer Readings
Saturday, August 23rd:
Men's Slow Pitch Softball Tournament. Click here for more info.
Monday, September 1st:
Labor Day; No school
Saturday, September 6th:
Cystic Fibrosis Walk, 2:00-4:00, SHS parking lot
Week of September 8th-12th:
Monday, September 8th:
Senior Clean Up Day after school
Friday, September 12th:
Tailgate Festivities 4:30-6:30 in softball parking lot
Football Homecoming Game
Saturday, September 13th:
SHS Band competition @ Station Camp
Monday, September 15th:
Parent/Teacher Conferences; No School
BETA Inductions, 6:00, Little Theater
Saturday, September 20:
2nd Annual Golf Scramble hosted by SHS Softball and Baseball Teams. For more info, click here.
SHS Band competition @ Hickman County
September 24th and 25th:
ZAP ACT seminar from 3:00-6:00 both days. $79
Saturday, October 4th:
Car Show in SHS parking lot hosted by SHS Wrestling
SHS Band competition @ Portland HS
Saturday, October 11th:
SHS Band competition @ Forrest HS (Chapel Hill)
Fall Break; No School
PSAT for 10th and 11th graders
Graduation pictures from 2014 graduation will be available for purchase at: events.lifetouch.com
Transportation and Busing Questions, please click here.
Youth Leadership Application due by August 20th.
Doing GREAT things at SHS!
On August 14th, 2014, Springfield High School won their first EVER Pep Rally on the Square. This is a yearly event hosted by the Chamber of Commerce that has all 5 high schools in Roberston County compete in different events. SHS won 2 of the 5 events and came in 2nd in 2 of the 5. Great job Jackets!
Congratulations to the following students who were selected for membership to the National Honor Society. Inductions will be held on August 19th.
Gabby Beirne, Brooklyn Bishop, Hanna Carr, Sophia Cook, Eric Craig, Caroline Dean, Marissa Dunn, Chelby Faircloth, Gabby Galluzzi, Jelina Greyson, Shelby Guffey, Karen Harris, Claire Kellar, Josh Leighton, Crystal Lemus, Samantha Mann, Bailey Murphy, Analise Odle, Stayce Pollard, Alex Proffitt, Jake Roberson, Kylie Ronnow, Mariah, Stoermer
On August 9th, 2014, SHS Girls Soccer hosted their first Alumni soccer game. It was a great turn out with a lot of fun had! They hope to continue to do this every year.
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.
Summer trip to Peru information:
For information about the trip visit www.eftours.com and use tour number 1599378AM.
SHS Alum Honored for Contributions in Journalism
Jan Diehm, a 2005 graduate of Springfield High School, was honored by Western Kentucky University for her outstanding contributions in journalism. At the 63rd annual WKU Student Publications Homecoming Breakfast, Diehm was named the College Heights Herald Award recipient for 2013. Diehm is the Infographics Editor at the Huffington Post in New York City where she heads a small team of visual journalists who are responsible for creating data-driven graphics. She previously was the lead designer at the Center for American Progress, a progressive think-tank in Washington, DC. While there, Diehm’s work was shared online by President Barack Obama, Planned Parenthood, singer Alicia Keys and actress Eva Longoria. Diehm also worked for the Baltimore Sun and the Hartford Courant and was responsible for designing coverage around the killing of Osama Bin Laden and the University of Connecticut men’s basketball team’s NCAA championship run.
Diehm studied photojournalism/editorial journalism with a focus on design while at Western Kentucky. Under Diehm’s direction as Editor-in-Chief, WKU’s College Heights Herald newspaper earned a national Pacemaker award, considered to be the Pulitzer Prize of college journalism. Diehm was named Student Journalist of the Year by the Kentucky Intercollegiate Press Association in 2009 and 2010. Diehm credits the journalism program at Springfield High School, and especially retired SHS teacher Judy Stanley, for igniting her passion for journalism. She started her career as a high school sophomore, covering school sports for the Robertson County Times.
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