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School Safety

The safety of our students is a top priority at Spring Hill ISD, and it takes all of us -  educators, parents, students and the entire community - to achieve the safest environment possible for our children. This page will help inform you of the safety measures that are being implemented in the district. However, some information will remain confidential as to not place our students and staff at risk. Thank you in advance for your commitment to join with SHISD in making this district the safest that it can be.
Because safety is a group effort, we encourage you to notify us with any potential safety issue that you foresee or encounter, so that we can plan accordingly. Use the link(s) below to submit information about concerning behaviors you witness, or hear about.
Information submitted through this SHISD link will go only to the school district:
SHISD Concerning Behaviors & Bully Report Form
Information submitted through the iWatchTexas link will go to law enforcement, and possibly school officials:
Officer Marrs
Josh Marrs with the Longview Police Department serves as Spring Hill’s School Resource Officer.
Marrs has been with the Longview Police Department for more than 16 years, and he has served as a School Resource Officer for the majority of that time.
Weather-Ready Nation Ambassador
We at Spring Hill ISD are proud to partner with the National Weather Service as part of their Weather-Ready Nation initiative. Read more here
D. Lynch
David Lynch
Safety and Security Coordinator
[email protected]