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Springfield High School

101 South Lewis Street
Springfield, IL 62704

Morning Announcements for Wednesday, March 22, 2017

March 22, 2017


 Good morning Springfield High! Today is Wednesday, March 22, 2017 where successful Senators follow the classroom and school wide expectations and allow for learning all throughout the building. Thank you for Being A Senator!

Atención Spanish Club! We will be watching the movie ‘Despicable Me’ in Spanish after school on Thursday, March 23rd in room 260. All members are welcome. There will also be plenty of food, so come with an appetite.  Hope to see you there!”

The following colleges will be visiting SHS this week. Please see Mr. Kyes for a pass.


  • UMSL (University of Missouri at St. Louis) during 6th Hour

The Be A Senator 3rd quarter acknowledgement will be held during both lunch shifts in the commons today Wed. March 22.  Students who had no referrals or tardies for 3rd quarter and had good attendance qualified - there are lists hanging outside the guidance and main offices and in the commons.  Students who qualified will get a hot dog and chips at lunch.  Thank you to the 748 students who qualified.  There were 190 9th graders, 209 10th graders, 167 11th graders, and 182 12th graders.

Attention Seniors!  Please remember to turn in your permission form for the Senior Service Day to be held on April 5th.  Forms must be signed by your parent/guardian and turned into the guidance office no later than 4:00 on April 3rd for the absence to be considered as an Activity.  See Ms. Greco with any questions.

Springfield High  Girls Track again gave outstanding performances.  Top placers were

Ozzy Erewele 1st place in the 60 meter dash breaking the meet record twice once in prelims and again in finals

Chime Udaku was 3rd in the 60 meter dash

Lauren Ferguson 6th in the 60 meter high hurdles

4x200 relay of Chieme Udaku,Shay Doty, Lauren Ferguson, Ozzy Erewele 1stplace breaking the meet record

Nicole Swehla 6th in Shot Putt

Ella Kurman and Ruth Edwards 1st and 3rd respectfully in their preliminary race

Stephanie Schoeben jumped 5foot in the High Jump

Jackie Clem pole vaulted 8foot for a pr

congratulations Ladies you showed great focus and determination

Are you interested in joining the newspaper class for next year? If so, you must complete and turn in an application by Wednesday, March 29. Applications can be picked up from Ms. Negele in room 362. You cannot be enrolled in the class without completing an application and making it through the selection process. This is an amazing class… just ask Keiler!

The baseball team won its conference opener by a 3 to 2 score over Lincoln on a walk-off bases loaded sacrifice fly by Will Reiser. Winning pitcher Trevor Minder came in and struck out all 3 batters he faced in the 7th for his first win on the mound. Austin Troemper pitched four solid innings, allowing only one run, and was followed by Austin Alderman who also only allowed a run in two innings. The offense was paced by Jimmy Hollahan’s two hits and two RBI’s. Next up is a 4:30 rematch in Lincoln today.

The JV and Varsity Girls Soccer team played Lincoln last night and both won 8-0!

Class of 2017 will be having a fundraiser tonight at Chik-fil-la from 5-8 pm. In order for themoney to count, a flyer must be presented which can be found in either offices today or at the event from one of the class officers. Please come out and support so we can have a successful prom.




                                     Would you please now rise for the Pledge of Allegiance!

                                Pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America.

                                And to the republic for which it stands, one nation under God,

                    Indivisible with liberty and justice for all.

                                                                   ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~MOMENT OF SILENCE ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Have                                                        Teachers – now is time for the dress code check. Thank you.