Good morning Springfield High! Today is Wednesday, May 17, 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!
Achtung Achtung German Club! We will hold our officer elections for the new school year in room 250 on Thursday, May 18. If you would like to run for an office, please see Herrn Koeppel in room 250. All officer application forms are due at 2:30 pm on Wednesday. Otherwise, we will see you at the elections on Thursday. Please come and vote.
Susan G Koman Race for the Cure is Friday May 19 Join students at Springfield High School to encourage the runners and walkers as they pass our school. Be Bold. Be Fearless. Be More. Help make signs for the Susan G Komen Race for the Cure. Be in Room 222 after school Today, Thursday, and Friday.
If you meet the criteria for final exam criteria, you can pick up the form after school today in the Guidance office. Remember, freshmen get one. Sophomores get two. Juniors and Seniors get three. You must have four or less excused absences, have a B or higher for both quarters of the class, and have NO unexcused absences or suspensions. Please ask your assistant principal if you have questions.
All boys interested in playing soccer there will be a short meeting in Coach Phillips room (404) directly after school.
All girls not out for a spring sport who are interested in playing golf next fall will have a meeting after school on Thursday in Mr. Adkins’ room, 230. The meeting should last about 15 minutes. If you cannot attend please see Mr. Adkins sometime this week.
The Lady Senator softball team went toe to toe with one of the conference leaders, Chatham Glenwood, but fell 8-5. It was a great effort all the way around. Kerrin Wantland and Veronica Brown led the way with multiple hits. Maddie Cleary pitched a great game on the loss. Tonight we will recognize the 3 seniors who have committed 4 years to the program: Sophie Burnett, Kerrin Wantland and Veronica Brown, at 4:30 at UIS.
The baseball team won a big one last night in a 4 to 2 win over Chatham and their highly acclaimed pitcher. Damian Pierce and Trevor Minder combined to pitch their tails off in holding the Titans to just two runs while Austin Alderman helped get the offense going along with help from Jacks Hyde, Tanner Eddings, and Jimmy Hollahan. Alderman had 2 hits plus a couple of huge hustle plays that made a huge difference. Hyde and Eddings got the ball rolling with a key walk and single for Hollahan to knock in a key run right before Alderman did the same to put the Senators ahead for good. Next up is a rematch today in Chatham at 4:30.
Way to go girls soccer, they made it to regionals with a 7-0 win last night.