Located in Longview, Texas, Spring Hill ISD provides a learning community that is based on traditional values and progressive education. Spring Hill, a part of District 15-4A (District 6-4A, Division II for football, effective 2018-2020), serves about 2000 students on four campuses. Our High School campus services 9th-12th grades, the Junior High serves 6th-8th grades, the Intermediate School serves 3rd-5th grades, and the Primary School services kindergarten through 2nd grade. TEA's Accountability List by District and Academic Excellence Indicator System reports for previous school years are available online. Spring Hill ISD is a Highly Qualified District as defined by the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001.
Spring Hill ISD benefits from strong community support and participation in the City of Longview Partners in Prevention: Action Committee Against Underage Drinking, Adopt a School Partnership of Longview, Media Committee, Mentoring Advisory Council, and Red Ribbon Week. The district also participates in the Longview Partnership Education Committee, GLOBE Scholars, and Longview Beautification Association.
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.
2018-19 SCHOOL HOURS
Primary, 7:45 - 3:10
Intermediate, 7:45 - 3:10
Junior High, 8:15 - 4:00
High School, 8:30 - 4:00
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.
Parent Access to Grades and Attendance: Skyward Family
You must have a current e-mail address on file with SHISD to receive instructions necessary to access Skyward Family, the parent-access component of the district's gradebook and attendance program. You may contact a campus secretary for more information.
Other District Information:
Public Information Requests
Spring Hill Independent School District, as a local governmental entity, is subject to the requirements of the Texas Public Information Act.
All requests must be submitted in writing and should contain: Your name, Address, Phone number, Fax number if available, and Description of the information and/ or document being requested.
All requests must be sent as follows:
The Spring Hill Independent School District is pro-active in building a safe environment for all students. A district wide emergency response manual is in place and each district employee has a manual in their possession. The manual is updated each year at the campus level and appropriate training is received. Parents should be aware that each campus has features in their emergency plan that is unique to that campus.
The district Emergency Response Manual describes the proper procedures for district personnel in the following areas:
Emergency communication procedures
Child left at school
Fire, tornado, take cover plan
Gas leaks, chemical spills, explosions, flooding and power failure
Crisis outside the school day
The following information is district-wide and relates to all campuses:
Emergency Notification and School-Closing Information
In the event of a school emergency or an announcement of the school’s closing due to inclement weather information will be disseminated to the public through the following media outlets:
KYKX – 105.7 FM
KETK – Channel 56
KLTV – Channel 7
If evacuation of the district to an off campus site became necessary students would be evacuated to the following predetermined sites:
Primary School campus (pre-kindergarten through 2nd grade) – White Oak Primary School gym
Intermediate School campus (3rd, 4th and 5th grades) – White Oak Old Middle School gym located near the football field
Junior High School campus (6th, 7th and 8th grades) – White Oak New Middle School gym located next to the High School campus
High School campus (9th through 12th grades) – White Oak High School gym
Parents would be notified through the previously mentioned media outlets of the evacuation of the Spring Hill ISD campuses. Procedures would be put in place at White Oak ISD for the orderly pick-up of children by their parents.
The crisis plan is available for your review at each campus.