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Gate Prices
Adults   $7.00
Students and Sr. Citizens.  $5.00

FOOD DRIVE: The F.O.R. Club is sponsoring a food drive with all items being donated to the Baca County Food Bank. The high school class that brings in the most food by March 7th will have an extra 15 minutes added to their lunch. The winning junior high class will receive a pizza party. Non-perishable food items should be dropped off in your class sponsor’s room. 

Seniors-Mrs. Self, 

Juniors – Mrs. Konkel, 

Sophomores – Mrs. Stewart, 

Freshmen – Mr. Gale, 

8th Grade – Mrs. Westphal and 

7th Grade – Mr. Walker. 

Help support your community! 


CHSAA Board of Directors votes to implement eSports as a pilot activity


"eSports has the potential to provide opportunities for more students to become engaged in their school and communities," said CHSAA commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green. "Many of these participants may not be involved in any other activity in their school. eSports will provide the same opportunity to this population that many other traditional sports and activities have provided to other students in their schools."
"If adopted, this would be the first competitive activity that has no boundaries or classifications," Blanford-Green said. "A kid in rural district, such as Springfield, could easily compete against a kid from a metro school, for example, a Cherry Creek."


Thank You
Thank you to everyone who purchased a Valentine Cookie and helped out with cooking, icing, and delivering. A total of 522 cookies were sold!

AFTER PROM CONTEST
The After Prom committee is holding a design contest for the 2019 After Prom t-shirts. Get creative and submit your design ideas to leah.crane@spre4.org by February 21st. The winner will receive a $25 gift card and bragging rights!


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

Attention Seniors
SENIORS: The deadline for providing a senior picture, baby picture and senior quote has come and gone. 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.



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

µµNational FFA Weekµµ
Thursday, February 21st
Farmer Day - Dress in your favorite overalls, boots and hat
No School K-6th Grade - Parent Teacher Conferences
Child Find Screenings

Friday, February 22nd
District BB at LCC, Bus at 12:15 p.m. 
Girls play Wiley at 2:00 p.m.
Boys play Kim/Branson at 3:20 p.m.
Happy 17th Birthday to Lacy Hammond!

Saturday, February 23rd
District BB at LCC, TBD

Monday February 25th
No A.M. Preschool
JH Eligibility
FFA Petting Zoo

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.