Mission Statement

  • Our mission at Spring Hill Middle School is to equip our students with the skills necessary to reach their full potential and compete in a global society.


  • Important Dates Progress Reports

    On Wednesday, February 21st, progress reports will be distributed to students. Please ensure you review with your child. Also, on Wednesday the 21st, Potential Failure letters will go out. It is imperative that if your child receives this notice, you make an appointment with your child’s teachers to develop a plan for the remainder of the year to ensure his/her success.



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  • announcement Parent-Teacher Conferences

    Parent/Teacher conferences will be held on Thursday, February 22nd. Students will be dismissed at 12:17pm. Parent/Teacher conference letters have been sent home. Be sure to sign up for a time and return to your child’s teachers. If you have not returned your sign up form, please do so ASAP.


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  • sports schedule Latest in Sports

    Tryouts for Spring sports start next week. Monday, Feb 19th: Baseball 4:00-5:15 and Softball 4:00-5:30. Wednesday, Feb 21st: Boys Soccer 4:00-5:30 and Girls Soccer 5:00-6:00.



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  • Pepsi logo Pepsi Fundraiser

    Our PEPSI FUNDRAISER is underway. We encourage to sell our PEPSI products to support our Spartans. All proceeds will go directly back to our staff and students of Spring Hill. The last day to submit money will be February 28th. A drawing will be held this week of all students that submit money and their fundraiser form.



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  • Book Fair arrow Book Fair

    Dates for the Book Fair are Feb. 21-Mar 5. There will be a parent event that coincides with Parent Teacher Conference Day on February 22nd. Any student who brings a parent/guardian to look at Book Fair merchandise will be eligible for a $20 gift certificate to the Book Fair.



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  • cover mouth Is Your Child Too Sick to Come to School?

    Sometimes knowing when to keep your child at home is a difficult decision for parents. Unnecessary absences interfere with learning, however little learning takes place for the child when sent to school sick. Illnesses can be spread quickly in a classroom.  Here are some guidelines that are meant to be helpful when making the decision about sending your child to school. Please do not send your child to school if they:

    • Are complaining with a severe headache
    • Have a fever of 100 or higher
    • Have vomited the previous evening, during the night, or the morning before school
    • Have thick yellow or green nasal discharge
    • Have inflamed eyes or have thick, sticky, yellow or white drainage
    • Have severe cough and cold symptoms

    Children should be fever free for 24 hours (without the use medication) before returning to school (Fever is defined at 100.4 F or higher). Children that have been vomiting or have had diarrhea need to remain at home until the vomiting or diarrhea has stopped for 24 hours.



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Latest News

  • Awards Assembly

    On Friday, February 9th, Spring Hill held our 1st semester awards assembly to celebrate the accomplishments of our Spartans! Check out the pictures below:

  • Homecoming Court

    Congratulations to Mr. and Miss Spring Hill (Kate Carter and R.J. Nicholson) along with all students in our Homecoming Court. Thanks to Alicia Krout for taking pictures of the event. Please click here to link to Facebook and see more pictures of winners.

    Mr. and Miss Spring Hill


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    The Spartan Speaks

    Our school newspaper now has an online presence. Click on the logo above to access our website and see online versions of previous issues.