Fifth Graders Explore Ecosystems
Mrs. Pozorski’s fifth graders have created respiration and decomposition reactions in bags to simulate the processes that take place naturally within ecosystems.
Community Helpers in Kindergarten
Kindergartners have been learning about Community Helpers and celebrated their learning with a culminating event at the end
Place Value in First Grade
Earlier in the year first graders in Mrs. Beck’s class learned about place value in 2 digit numbers. In this unit, students are circling back to place value by exploring
Building Fluency During PROWL
Students are building fluency with previously taught spelling patterns in PROWL.
First Grade Celebrates GROWTH!
First graders have been working hard in class and on MAP testing! Students earned
Second Graders Practice Problem Solving
Students in Mrs. Hillis’ second grade class have been engaged in highly critical thinking as they solved a math problem that they loved this week!
Word Study Fun
Fifth grade students and teachers have been practicing phonics skills during word study this week!
Springhill Wins Best Float Again!
We are honored to win the Christmas Cup from the Greenbrier Chamber of Commerce for the second year in a row!
Running Club Runs the Final Mile
Running Club participants who completed 25 early morning miles ran their Final Mile today! The school watched and cheered
Clubs are Back at Springhill!
Springhill students are ecstatic to be participating in clubs this year! Teachers created clubs based on a variety of interests they share with kids in our school.
STEM Learning Ideas for Home
STEM stands for science, technology, engineering, and math. Having activities at home that combine these topics is important for your child’s ability to understand and ask questions about the world around them. There is no better time than autumn, when the season is changing, to investigate our environment!
Students Learn High Frequency Words
1st graders are learning how to spell “here” and “where” this week. These are high frequency words with unexpected spellings.
Fifth Graders Learn About Matter
Fifth graders in Mrs. Pozorski's class have been learning about matter and how it changes.
September Spirit Day Showed Heart!
We celebrated students and staff at August Spirit Day on Friday!
- When does my child have lunch?
- 1st Grade - 11:00
- 2nd Grade - 11:20
- 4th Grade - 11:40
- 3rd Grade -12:00
- Kindergarten - 12:20
- 5th Grade - 12:40
- When is the school day?
- School day begins at 7:45 a.m. and ends at 3:20 p.m.
- Car riders should not arrive before 7:30 a.m.
- Students arriving after 7:50 a.m. and before 8:30 a.m. or leaving between 2:40 to 3:20 p.m. will be considered tardy and must be signed in/out through the office by a parent/guardian.
- Students arriving after 8:30 a.m. or leaving before 2:40 p.m. will receive a 1⁄2 day absence.
- When does my child have to be picked up?
- Car riders must be picked up by 3:40 p.m. Parents/guardians should remain in their cars when picking up their children in the afternoon so that students may be more closely monitored unless a parent needs to speak to school staff. No one will be allowed to wait inside the building.
- How many days of school can my child miss?
- Students shall not be absent, as defined in this policy more than 6 days in grades K-5 in a semester. When a student has 3 days in grades K-5 absences, his/her parent, guardian, or person in loco parentis shall be notified that the student has missed half the allowable days for the semester. Notification may be by telephone.
- Whenever a K-5 student exceeds 6 unexcused days in a semester, the District shall notify the prosecuting authority and the parent, guardian, or person in loco parentis shall be subject to a civil penalty as prescribed by law. A K-5 student with 6 unexcused days in a course in a semester shall not receive credit for that semester. If the student fails to receive credit for a sufficient number of courses and at the discretion of the principal after consultation with persons having knowledge of the circumstances of the absences, the student may be denied promotion. Excessive absences, however, shall not be a reason for expulsion or dismissal of a student.
- Where can I find dates for upcoming events?
- Mrs. West sends out a weekly parent email. It contains all dates and upcoming events. You can sign up for this on the website under Enotes. Your child brings home a weekly newsletter from his/her teacher as well.
- Can I come eat lunch with my child?
- Yes, we have an outside lunch area set up for parents to eat with students. You must sign in at the office with Ms. Sharon and she will call for your student.
- What are some volunteer opportunities?
- Text @standout to 81010 to join our PTO’s remind app. This is how volunteer opportunities are shared.
- Can I bring cupcakes for my child’s birthday?
- Unfortunately, you cannot bring cupcakes for your child’s birthday. If you would like to send a special snack, you are welcome to bring something from the approved snack list.
- What should I do if I have a concern about my child?
- We ask that you contact your child’s teacher first with any issues. If your child’s teacher is unable to resolve the issue they will direct you to the administrator.
- When does my child have lunch?