Robertson County Schools Expect Success!

 

 

 

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5240 Hwy. 76E

Springfield, TN 37172

Phone:  (615) 384-3516

Fax:  (615) 384-5484


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Pre-Order your Yearbook now!  There will be no extras in May.  You MUST pre-order!

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Upcoming Events at Springfield High:


Wednesday, May 20th:

Graduation for members of Mock Trial Team


Friday, May 22nd:

Last Day of school



Summer Reading (Click on the Course Below)

English I - Regular Summer Reading

English I - Modified Summer Reading

English I - Advanced Summer Reading

English II - Regular Summer Reading

English II - Modified Summer Reading

English II - Advanced Summer Reading

English III - Regular Summer Reading

English III - Modified Summer Reading

English III - Advanced Summer Reading

English IV - Summer Reading




 

Baseball Tryout Information click here


Transportation and Busing Questions, please click here.

 



Doing GREAT things at SHS!


Registration forms can be found here.  Registration for 2017, 2018, and 2019 classes will begin soon.  Click on the year in which the student is projected to graduate.  Here are is the list of courses and their descriptions.


 

SHS represented RobCo well at the State FBLA competition in Chattanooga, Tennessee April 12-15, 2015.  We are proud of all of our students for their hard work to win at the regional level to earn the opportunity to compete at state FBLA.  Our four winners are as follows:  Michael (Griffin) Dove placed 3rd in Accounting 2, Gabby Galluzzi placed 4th in Accounting 2, James LeVan placed 5th in Personal Finance and Luke Petitt placed 4th in Business Math.  Griffin and Luke automatically advance to National FBLA Competition this summer in Chicago, with James, Gabby and some others having the possibility of advancing if the top winners can’t go.

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The Class of 2015 Valedictorian and Salutatorian have been announced...... CONGRATULATIONS to Crystal Lemus Tores (V) and Caroline Elizabeth Dean (S)!


Springfield High School had 3 students to achieve a score of 30 or better on this year's ACT.  Claire Kellar, Caroline Dean, and Logan Clark will receive a check for $100 from County Trustee Kendra Shelton on May 4th at the school board meeting!


The band received a GOLD rating, the highest rating achievable at the national level at their competition in Atlanta. With groups from seven states represented, SHS was one of only two high school concert bands to achieve this rating.



Congratulations to Jacob Shelton who placed 5th in the state in the TSSAA wretling tournament. UPDATE:  Jacob also placed 5th at 115 lbs at the Brute National Wrestling Tournament and became an All-American.

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Congratulations to Imani Collier who was selected to the TSSAA 10 AAA All District Team and Robertson County Connection All County 2nd Team.  Please take the time to congratulate her if you see.

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We want to congratulate the Mock Trial team for returning to the State Competition that will be held on March 27th and 28th.  They defeated Beech, Clarksville, Hendersonville, and JPII in order to advance to the state.  The team includes the following students: Maryellen Wooten, Emily Cowan, Crystal Lemus, Grace Shoemaker, Bailey Murphey, Sarah Gail Jones, Anighya Crocker ,Sandy Ramos, Kylie Ronnow, Samuel Morris, Juwan Cross, Quivila Sherrod, Lisa Richter and sponsored by Hannah Thomas and Tim Overstreet.  If you see one of them, congratulate them and wish them luck!!!


 

Click Here for past and other Doing GREAT Things at SHS!


SHS Athletics

 

Sports:

-Boys Basketball

-Girls Basketball

-Wrestling

-Softball

-Baseball


Concussion Form to be signed by parents

and athletes of ALL sports


 

 

Springfield High in the Community

 

 




Click here to watch current videos from WSHS-TV Channel 19 online!

 


 

Fox17's Homework Hotline

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poster courtesy of Chelsea Frase, SHS junior



SHS Student Handbook


 
 
News from the Jackets' Nest

Registration Information:

Letter to Parents/Students

 


VIDEOS:

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.


Medication Form:

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. 


 



Class Schedule:

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

 1 hour Late Schedule:

Early classes canceled

1st:9:15-9:51

2nd:9:57-10:33

3rd:10:39-11:15

4th: 11:21-1:15

  • 11:15-11:45 (A hall, Main hall and gym)
  • 11:45-12:15 (C hall and B hall)
  • 12:15-12:45 (D hall and E hall)
  • 12:45-1:15 (V Hall)

5th:  1:21-1:55

6th:  2:01-2:35

7th:  2:41-3:15

2 Hour Late Schedule

Early classes canceled

1st:10:15-10:48

2nd:10:54-11:27

3rd:10:33-11:06

4th: 11:12-11:45

5th:  11:51-1:45 will follow normal lunch assignments

  • ·         11:45-12:15 (9th grade lunch)
  • ·         12:15-12:45 (B lunch)
  • ·         12:45-1:15 (C lunch)
  • ·         1:15-1:45 (D lunch)

6th:  1:51-2:31

7th:  2:37-3:15







 
 
 
 

 


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
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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.

 

 

Vision Statement:
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.