Good morning Springfield High! Today is October 28, 2020
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
The PSAT/NMSQT is the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. This test will be given at SHS and CDC guidelines will be followed, including maintaining social distancing and the wearing of masks. The due date to sign up is November 30th.The cost of this test is $18 and this fee must be paid in the Guidance Office by November 30th or your test will not be ordered! Checks or cash can be dropped off in the Guidance Office. Or, you can mail a check to SHS: Attn NMSQT. Please include a student name with the testing fee.
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.
Contact days for Volleyball for today & Friday have been cancelled.
There will be a Zoom meeting Monday night at 6:00 for all boys interested in joining the swim team this season. Check out the Boys Swimming page on the website for details on how to join the meeting.
Yearbooks are ON SALE NOW for $70 through www.yearbookforever.com
until December 1 when they go up to $75. And don't be concerned about coverage. Our staff is EVERYWHERE covering what all our SHS students are doing inside and outside of school! If you, your child, your friends are doing anything cool that you think should belong in the yearbook, PLEASE LET US KNOW! We love "outside-the-box"!!! If you have any photos you'd like to share, we give photo credit. For questions/updates, follow us on Instagram @ springfield_senators_yearbook or on Facebook @ Springfield High School - SHS Yearbook. For further questions, email Ms. Moon at firstname.lastname@example.org
The SHS Booster Club is hosting an online trivia night on Friday, November 13th! Students, friends, and families can form teams to play and have some remote fun! Click on the banner on the SHS web site for more information.
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 the Feeling Stressed? banner sign up.
Students, less than half of you have completed our online SAEBRS survey. All students are required to complete this so please locate an email from Principal Leardi dated October 12th. Here you will find the link to the Survey along with your username and password. A follow-up email will be sent soon to those who have not completed the survey. If you have questions or concerns, please visit the SHS Student Support in your Canvas account for help. Thank you!
It’s time to change the batteries in your household smoke detectors. Teachers in Zoom breakout rooms have observed the sound that indicates that the batteries in some of your home smoke detectors need to be be replaced with new ones. Stay safe SHS!
Reminder, don’t forget to change those clocks back one hour Saturday night, October 31.
The Girls Tennis Team just wrapped up an eight week season. This season was one that no one will forget because of the current climate of Covid-19 and the restrictions that were placed to keep everyone as safe as possible. Thankfully, we were able to have a season in 2020. That being said, our girls team competed in the Edwardsville Sectionals on Oct 16th and 17th and did an incredible job of competing at a high level against some very tough competition. The varsity players competing at this event were Sophmore Megan Becker, Senior Astra Nimavat, Junior Julia Mitra, Sophmore Sheelah Ingebrigtsen, Senior Elise Huffstedtler and Freshman Nischi Korrapati. A special congratulations goes out to Nischi Korrapati for finishing 4th place out of 20 participants in the regional meet. Her strong play qualified her for the state finals, but because of Covid-19 restrictions, there will be no state meet. Job well done everyone!
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.