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2021 - 2022 BACK TO SCHOOL INFORMATION

Registration for the 2021-2022 school year is open. If you are enrolling a NEW STUDENT, click here to register.

 

You will need to scan and upload the following documents during your online registration: Student’s Birth Certificate; Student’s Social Security Card; Student’s Shot Record; Parent Driver’s License; Proof of Residency in Spring Hill ISD.*

 

*A current utility bill (a fixed utility bill indicating service at a verifiable address within the boundaries of Spring Hill ISD e.g. natural gas, electricity, or water service).

If you are registering a RETURNING STUDENT, click here to log in to Skyward Student. Use your Login and Password to sign in. Follow the instructions to complete registration. You will need to scan and upload Proof of Residency in Spring Hill ISD.*

 

Parents may also access Skyward Student through the mobile app.

 

*A current utility bill (a fixed utility bill indicating service at a verifiable address within the boundaries of Spring Hill ISD e.g. natural gas, electricity, or water service).

In order to attend school, students must show they're in compliance with Texas State Immunization Requirements. A copy of the student's current immunization record must be on file at school. Texas school and child-care facility immunization requirements are determined by the state legislature and set by the Texas Department of State Health Services, in conjunction with the Texas Education Agency. Click for more information.

 

School supply lists are available below for the Primary, Intermediate and Junior High campuses. High School students will receive a list of supplies needed from their teachers.

 

 
 
 
 
Healthy meals will be offered every school day to all students at no cost for the 2021-2022 school year. Typically, a student’s household must meet income eligibility requirements to qualify for free or reduced-price meals. However, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) issued guidance that allows schools to offer meals to all students at no cost for the 2021-2022 school year.
 
All students will be eligible for one free breakfast and one free lunch per school day. If a student would like to purchase an extra meal, ala carte items or snacks, they must have money loaded on their lunch account or pay with cash.
 
Pricing is as follows. 
Grades Pre-K - 2:
Breakfast - $2.00
Lunch - $3.00
 
Grades 3-12:
Breakfast - $2.25
Lunch - $3.25
 
Extras& Snacks:
Ice Cream - $1.00
Tea - $0.75
Cookie - $0.75
 
Reduced Price Breakfast - $0.30
Reduced Price Lunch - $0.40
 
Visitor Breakfast - $2.75
Visitor Lunch - $4.50
 
While no application or eligibility determination process is required for your student to receive free meals this school year, the income eligibility requirement will likely resume in the 2022-2023 school year.
 
 
In accordance with Federal civil rights law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA. Persons with disabilities who require alternative means of communication for program information (e.g. Braille, large print, audiotape, American Sign Language, etc.), should contact the Agency (State or local) where they applied for benefits. Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339. Additionally, program information may be made available in languages other than English. To file a program complaint of discrimination, complete the USDA Program Discrimination Complaint Form, (AD-3027) found online at: How to File a Complaint, and at any USDA office, or write a letter addressed to USDA and provide in the letter all of the information requested in the form. To request a copy of the complaint form, call (866) 632-9992. Submit your completed form or letter to USDA by: (1) mail:: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410; (2) fax: (202) 690-7442; or (3) email: program.intake@usda.gov. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
CAMPUS OPERATIONAL GUIDELINES

Students showing symptoms of COVID-19 at school

Students exhibiting signs of COVID-19 will be isolated in the Nurse’s office. Parents/Guardians will be contacted and asked to pick up their student. Students will exit out the second nurse’s door into the foyer. The isolation area will be cleaned and disinfected after the student has left. 


Arrival:

7:30-First bell rings 


7:30-Buses begin arriving and dropping off students. Students will enter the building through the side bus door. They will go to the cafeteria for breakfast then go back to their classroom for tutorials.  Students not eating breakfast will go directly to their classrooms to begin tutorials.


7:30-Doors open for parent drop off. Students will enter through the front door and back cafeteria door. They will go to the cafeteria for breakfast then go back to their classroom for tutorials.  Students not eating breakfast will go directly to their classrooms to begin tutorials.

 

  • Pre-K and Kindergarten students will be dropped off at the back drive cafeteria door. 
  • First grade will be dropped off in front of the school.
  • Second graders inMcCutcheon, McBride, Wardlaw, E. Thomas will be dropped off and picked up in  front of the school. 
  • Second graders in Perez, Muckleroy, Moroney, and Smith will be dropped off in the back of the school. 
  • If you have multiple children to pick up, you will drop off and pick up in the front of the school.

8:00-Tardy bell rings


Lunch:

Students will eat in the cafeteria each day with their class. 


Dismissal:  

3:15-Pick up will begin. Half of our students will be dismissed from the cafeteria and half will be dismissed from the back gym doors.  Students will wait in the cafeteria and gym.

  • Pre-K and Kindergarten students will be picked up in the back of the school at the gym doors. 
  • First grade will be picked up in the front of the school.
  • Second graders in McCutcheon, McBride, Wardlaw, E. Thomas will be picked up in the front of the school. 
  • Second graders in Perez, Muckleroy, Moroney, and Smith will be picked up in the back of the school. 
  •  If you have multiple children to pick up, you will drop off and pick up in the front of the school.

Your child will have a pick up tag on their backpack that needs to be left on all year. 

3:15-Buses begin student pick up. Students will be taken to the bus by class.  


Additional Information

  • The use of masks and/or face coverings will be optional for students and staff. 
  • Please have your student bring a water bottle to school.
  • Lunch visitors will be allowed starting September 13.

Students showing symptoms of COVID-19 at school

Students who are showing symptoms of COVID-19 will be isolated until they can be picked up. After a parent is called to come and pick up their student, the parent will pick their child up from the PE/gym entrance door to avoid walking through the office to exit the building. 


Arrival:

7:30-First bell rings 


7:30-Buses begin arriving and dropping off students. Students will enter the building through the side bus door.  Students that would like to eat breakfast will go directly to the cafeteria.  Otherwise, they will go directly to their classrooms to put their things up.  Students will begin tutorials upon arrival in their classroom.  Teachers will conduct tutorials between 7:30-8:00.


7:30-Doors open for parent drop off.  Students that would like to eat breakfast will go directly to the cafeteria.  Otherwise, they will go directly to their classrooms to put their things up.  Students will begin tutorials upon arrival in their classroom.  Teachers will conduct  tutorials between 7:30-8:00.  

  • 3rd and 4th grade students will be dropped off at the 3rd/4th grade drop off area by Elmira Church. These same students will be picked up in the afternoon in the same place.
  • 5th grade students will be dropped off in the front of the 5th grade building.
  • If you have multiple children (siblings) to drop off, you will drop off in the front of the 5th grade building.

8:00-Tardy bell rings


Lunch:

Students will eat lunch in the cafeteria each day with their class. Lunch visitors will be allowed on campus starting September 13, 2021.


Dismissal:  

3:15-Pick up will begin. 

  • 3rd and 4th grade students will be picked up in the 3rd/4th grade pick up area by Elmira Church.  
  • 5th grade will be dropped off in the front of the 5th grade building.
  • If you have multiple children to pick up, you will pick up in the front of the 5th grade building.

 3:15-Bus pick up. Students will be taken to the bus by class. 

Additional Information

  • Masks and/or face coverings will be optional for students and staff. 
  • Please have your student bring a water bottle or cup to school. 
  • Lunch visitors are welcome on campus beginning September 13, 2021.
  • Birthday treats will be allowed to be sent to school.  

Students showing symptoms of COVID-19 at school

Students showing symptoms will be isolated in the nurse’s office away from any other students or patients.  Parents will be contacted and asked to pick up their student at the JH main entrance.


School Supplies

Students will bring their supplies on the first day of school. Please separate supplies by subject.


Arrival

  • Student drop off is at the Main JH Entrance. We ask that students not be dropped off at the bus entrance unless it is for Girls Athletics.
  • The Junior High Campus will open at 7:45 am. Students who are on campus at 8:00 will report to their first period classes for a tutorial period. This will eliminate large crowds of students from gathering in the cafeteria in the morning. Students who arrive at school after 8:00 can pick up their breakfast and eat in the rooms.
  • First period will begin at 8:15 am

Dismissal

  • School is dismissed at 4:00. 

Classrooms

  • Masks and/or face coverings will be optional for students and staff. 
  • We will provide as much space as possible between students when in the classrooms.
  • All students will be issued a Chromebook for use at home and school.
  • School issued Chromebooks must be brought to school each day fully charged.

Transition Periods

  • Masks are optional in the hallways during transition periods.

Additional Information

  • Please have your student bring a water bottle or cup to school. The campus has a water bottle filling station.
  • Parents may call ahead to the office if picking up their student before 4:00. We will check out the student and send them outside to be picked up.
  • Parent/Teacher conferences may be held by conference call or video conference. 
  • Dropping off restaurant or fast food for student lunches is not allowed.

Students showing symptoms of COVID-19 at school

Students showing symptoms will be isolated in the nurse’s office (or other areas designated by the nurse if more space is needed) away from any other students or patients.  Parents will be contacted and asked to pick up their student at the high school office main entrance.


Arrival

  • The campus will open 45 minutes before the first period bell (*See High School Bell Schedule on the high school website.) 
  • Students are allowed in the main hallway, cafeteria area, or in their teacher’s classroom for tutorials.
  • Masks and/or face coverings will be optional for students and staff. 

Breakfast/Lunch

  • The campus will utilize the cafeteria and outside seating.

“The Spill” Coffee Shop

  • Students will still be able to access the campus coffee shop during non breakfast or lunch times.
  • Only 2 students who are not employees will be allowed in “The Spill” at one time.
  • Masks will be optional in the serving lines.
  • An online ordering option is being researched to increase efficiency and safety.

Dismissal

  • Refer to the high school bell schedule on the high school webpage for dismissal time. 
  • Masks are encouraged anytime students are in close proximity with each other which will include on the buses.
  • Parents are encouraged to pick up their students in front of the high school. The athletic door is a high traffic area. Parents are discouraged from picking their students up in that location.
  • There will be no student pick up allowed in the bus loading area behind the school.

Classrooms

  • Masks and/or face coverings will be optional for students and staff. 
  • All students will be issued a Chromebook for use at home and school.
  • School issued Chromebooks must be brought to school each day fully charged.

Transition Periods

  • Masks are optional in the hallways during transition periods.
  • Students will be encouraged to walk on the right side of the halls and not gather into groups.
  • Bathroom capacity will be limited. Students will be allowed bathroom breaks during class as needed and with teacher permission.

Additional Information

  • Please have your student bring a water bottle to school as water fountain usage is discouraged. 
  • Parents may call ahead to the office if picking up their student before dismissal. We will check out the student and send them outside to be picked up.
  • Parent/Teacher conferences will be encouraged to be held by conference call or video conference. 
  • Dropping off restaurant or fast food for student lunches is not allowed.