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SPRING HILL ISD GIFTED AND TALENTED PROGRAM:
Spring Hill Independent School District is considering Kindergarten through eighth graders for the gifted and talented program. Parents or anyone interested in the educational welfare of the student may nominate for the program. Nomination packets are available in the Primary, Intermediate, or Junior High offices, as well as online.
Nominations for 1st-8th grades may be submitted from November 26, 2018- February 15, 2019. All forms must be returned to the Primary (1st and 2nd grades), Intermediate (3rd-5th grades) and Junior High (6th-8th grades) offices by February 15, 2019.
Nominations for Kindergarten may be submitted from November 26, 2018 -January 7, 2019. All forms must be returned to the Primary office by January 7, 2019. Kindergarten testing will begin in January and 1st-8th grades will test in March 2019.
Information about the Spring Hill ISD gifted and talented program process can be found in the campus handbook. For information, parents may contact the gifted and talented coordinator, Janna Grahamat 903-323-7708.
SPRING HILL EDUCATION FOUNDATION
- 2017-18 grant awards total $21,512.50
- Education Foundation asks…WILL YOU BACK THE BLUE?
SPRING HILL, A DISTRICT OF INNOVATION: The District of Innovation concept, passed by the 84th Legislative Session in House Bill 1842, gives traditional independent school districts most of the flexibilities available to Texas’ open enrollment charter schools.
SPRING HILL MISSION: As the center of our community, Spring Hill ISD is committed to the fulfillment of each learner’s intellectual, creative and physical potential through the collaborative efforts of exceptional educators, dedicated parents and integrated rigorous instruction provided in a safe environment.
SPRING HILL VISION: Our vision is to be a premier school district focused on engaged learning and student success.