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Springfield, IL 62704
217/525-3100
 

Announcements 9/28

September 28, 2020

Good morning Springfield High! Today is September 28, 2020

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Attendance Office - (217) 525-3111
Main Office Phone - (217) 525-3100; Fax - (217) 525-3122  
Guidance Office - (217) 525-3106; Fax - (217) 525-3129
Special Education Office - (217) 525-3109

Hey Senators! Did you notice the new class in your Canvas dashboard? It’s lunchtime tutoring, or the Academic Center! If you need help with any assignment or don’t understand something, click on the Academic Center for directions on how to meet with Mr. Hull during your lunch hour. 

Congratulations to our Senior Representatives and Officers for the Class of 2021 - Student Council - Nehemiah Auble, Grace Batterman, Emma Carrell, Levi Carrell, Willa Daniels, Ian Kaiser, Astha Nimavat, Isaac Rennison, Leeza  Zavelsky.  Officers:  Treasurer - Alfred Hofmann.  Secretary - Katie Mae Milhiser.  Vice-President - David Jiang.  Co-Presidents - Emma Cox and Grace Batterman.

CWLP is encouraging students enrolled from elementary school to high school whose households are its electric customers to enter a contest where you could win $500. Students must create a poster in hard copy or digital about a community hero — whether their hero is one of their teachers, coach, mentor, a City employee or anyone else! Students should design a poster that creatively shows why their nominee is a #CommunityPoweredHero. Entries must be posted on Instragram or Twitter by October 2nd. For more info go to:   https://www.cwlp.com/Departments/ElectricDeptHome/ElectricHome.aspx

Hey SHS! The Scarlet Line is selling high quality Senator masks! Check out the picture on the SHS home page! If you’d like to purchase a mask for $10, email Mrs. Rogers at sarahr73@yahoo.com.

Hey, hey SHS! The Booster Club dinner is coming on October 14th from 4:30 - 6:30. Pre-order chicken or pulled pork dinners and then drive through on October 14th and we will run your meals out to your car. Get more info and sign up at:   https://nelsonscatering.com/springfield-high-boosters

Do you like to debate, compete, and learn about world issues? If so, Model UN might be for you! Model UN is currently accepting new members. If you are interested in joining, email Mrs. Emery for more information.

LLCC is sponsoring online FAFSA events for our high school seniors. Step by step presentations by LLCC’s Financial Aid Office on how to complete the FAFSA with opportunities to meet with Financial Aid representatives and Q/A at the conclusion of the presentation.  This presentation is recommended for High School Seniors/parents new to completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You can use this link:   https://forms.gle/CHMqzTVDoNhru2aU8

Come connect with other SHS students and share common experiences by attending a weekly Support Group. These will take place on Mondays and will be led by Mrs. AbuSaba and Mrs. Troppa via Zoom at 1:30 & 2:30.  If you are interested, please click on the right hand side box on the SHS home page, or go to to the Feeling Stressed? banner sign up.

The boys golf team finished 2nd place on Saturday at the Sangamon County Tournament with a score of 335.  Peyton Woods missed medalist by 1 stroke giving him a 2nd overall finish with a 74.  Jake Baldin finished 5th overall with a 78.  Reece Fullerton added a 90 and Brian Becker carded a 93.  The senators host Conference this Thursday. 

The cross country team competed against UHigh, Rochester and Southeast on Saturday at Lincoln Park.  The varsity girls team finished second  place behind Normal U-High. Maddie Kim was the top placer for SHS finishing in 4th place with a time of 20:26 for three miles.  The varsity boys team finished in third place behind Normal U-High and Rochester. Ethan Sommers was the top placer for SHS finishing in third place with a time of 16:48 for three miles.  In the boys JV race, Finn Loken of SHS finished in first place with a time of 19:44 for three miles.

Are you a high school freshman who is interested in becoming a nurse.  If you’re an incoming freshman who is interested in becoming a nurse please see the red box on the right hand side of the district’s home page (www.sps186.org) to find out more about The Nursing Pipeline Preparatory Program (NP3). NP3 gives young people a head start into nursing careers and provides them with early mentors within the Springfield nursing community.  Application due date - Friday, October 9th.

 And now the Pledge of Allegiance!

I 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.