Due to temperatures and road conditions Springfield School Dist. will have a delayed start today, Monday, Feb. 18th  Class will begin at 10:00 a.m. 










Congratulations to the Springfield Spelling Bee Finalists!

1st Grade: Stachel Knight & Raelyn Smith
2nd Grade: Samuel Gomboc & Caliya Paquin
3rd Grade: Kelly Burdick & Braelyn Rosengrants
4th Grade: Parker Arbuthnot & Madison Crane
5th Grade: Thomas Schmidt & Laurel Viney
6th Grade: Brody Rosengrants & Diego Santoyo
7th Grade: Bryann Forrest & Lilly Viney
8th Grade: Jaycee DeLaRosa & Brakelle Westphal

NATIONAL ACTS OF KINDNESS WEEK
"Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see." -Mark Twain

"When you are kind to others, it not only changes you, it changes the world." - Harold Kushner

"Kindness should become the natural way of life, not the exception." -Buddha

"Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love." -Lao Tzu

SPELLING BEE
Everyone is invited to watch the School Spelling Bee on February 12th at 5:30 p.m. Grades 1st - 8th will be competing for the right to compete in the County Bee next month. The event will be held in the Springfield High School Gym.


The Springfield FBLA Chapter attended District 7 FBLA Conference on Tuesday, February 5, 2019. 
Rebekah Heath, Stormi Quick, Addie Miranda, Acadia Smith, Hayli Sue Mackey, Benisa Ellis, Brinlyn Dukes, and Payton Arbuthnot. Not Pictured: Zoe Alberti



2019 BASKETBALL AND CHEERLEADER 
SENIOR NIGHT🏀
Senior basketball players, cheerleaders and their parents will be honored before the girls’ varsity basketball game on February 14th. 


Congratulations to the JH Girls for getting 2nd at the Junior High League Tournament and JH Boys for getting 3rd.
 




THANK YOU!!
THANK YOU to all community members, faculty and students who worked to make Friday’s Knowledge Bowl a successful event. Without your help, such an event would not be possible.

SENIORS: The deadline for providing a senior picture, baby picture and senior quote is Thursday, February 14th. You must also provide a Photographer Copyright Release with your picture if it was taken by anyone other than Lifetouch. These forms can be picked-up at the high school office.

Lions Club Donates Cricut Cutter


Springfield School District welcomed the addition of a Cricut Cutter.  This popular die cutter was generously donated by the Springfield Lions Club.  Springfield Schools thank you!



New Student Enrollment 
Documents

2018 Student Information Packet


All Athletes will need the 2018 Athletic Packet!

REQUIRED FORMS

These forms are required to be completed and turned in BEFORE you are allowed to practice.

They are available at registration or can be downloaded from the link below.

 

  • Proof of Insurance (a copy of an insurance card is acceptable).

  • Current Physical (signed by doctor, parent, and student)

  • Warning to Students and Parents

  • Use of Helmet (Football Players Only)

  • CHSAA Hazing Policy

  • CHSAA Competitors Informational Brochure

  • Emergency Medical Release Form

  • Dual Sports Declaration (only if participating in two sports during the same season)





CHSAA Logo
Paul Angelico, CHSAA Commissioner
Letter to Parents

❄Snowcoming Week❄

©Thursday February 14th©

Valentine's Day - Spread the love and wear Valentine's 

Day Colors

HS BB with South Baca, 4:00 p.m. (Senior Night)

 (3 games - 1/2 JVG, VG, VB)

*Free Popcorn Sponsored by TBK Bank

Elementary Student of the Month Assembly

8:00 am in the Elementary

Friday, February 15th
Regional Wrestling in La Junta
JH KB at Campo, 9:00 a.m.
Happy 15th Birthday to Emily VanSant!

Saturday, February 16th
Regional Wrestling at La Junta

µµNational FFA Weekµµ
Monday, February 18th
Hat day - Wear your favorite hat
Barnyard and Petting Zoo
JH and HS Eligibility
School Board Meeting

STUDENTS OF THE WEEK 

    Ryan Wade, given by Mrs. Self – ”As my teacher’s aid last semester, Ryan had a tremendous work ethic. Each and every day he reported to the Home Ec Cottage. His first few days of duty included digging sandburs and goatheads in 90 degree weather; but he never grumbled. Ryan could do anything from cleaning  to repairs as well as assisting me with the junior high sewing projects. He even let me know that he learned to make homemade dinner rolls from the best bread maker in the county – his grandmother. Ryan is a well-rounded individual willing to do anything asked of him.”

YEARBOOK NEWS! 

Coming Soon!


Springfield Activity Calendar



Springfield School District RE-4



2018 - 2019 Basketball Boys Team

2018 - 2019 Basketball Girls Team





Stressed for the test, anxious about the big game or just not feeling yourself . . . .

 

                                                National Suicide Prevention Lifeline                                Colorado Crisis Services

                                                Phone:  1-800-273-TALK                                                    Phone: 1-844-493-TALK

                                                Text:  741-741                                                                      Text: 38255

 

If you or someone you know is experiencing abnormal stress or anxiety there is help available.