• High School News
    We Read, We Write, We Succeed!
    Our literacy vision has been kicked off this year with “all plays”.  An ALL PLAY is just what it states; all teachers, all students are actively learning one objective in each of their classes on a particular day that has one common literacy theme.  The staff has employed reading and writing in such a way that students are becoming engaged in the process in all areas of the curriculum taught.  The concept is that all students can apply reading and writing in every subject.  To help introduce the staff to the process, Mr. Morgan called for an all play Music Monday.  Mr. Hanna and Mr. Fleming introduced sounds waves to their physics students through the use of the application, Garage Band.  The staff then met and split into groups to share ideas on how to make this process work for everyone. The staff has been wonderful with trying something new and coming together to see this idea to fruition.

    Other all play days have been Constitution Day and summary day.  Please talk to your children about what they have done in class on all play days.   Encourage them to come up with ideas to share with the staff.  The more the students get involved, the more they will take ownership in the process.

    Frola Frolic 

    Tuesday, September 22, 2015 Springfield High School and Junior High hosted their second home cross country meet and the first ever Frola Frolic 5K at Waterworks Park in Lakemore.  Mayor, Chief Justice and honoree, Cynthia Frola were in attendance.  The two recognized the senior members of the Cross Country team before the race began.  As a preliminary to the meet there was an elementary student run that was well attended and headed up by Betty Kern.  Those elementary students finished well.

    RECORD BREAKERS:  Springfield Athletes who broke records were boy’s middle school student Carter McCollum who ran 11:41 for the 2 mile. James Williams broke the boys high school 5k record by winning in a time of 17:24. 

    MIDDLE SCHOOL:  Both the middle school boys and girls posted perfect scores of 15 and beat Mogadore, Ellet, and Lake Center Christian. 

    HIGH SCHOOL:  Both the men's and women's teams won their meets.  The women posted a perfect score of 15 and beat Akron East, Ellet, Barberton, and Lake Center Christian. The women were led by Eden Gorby who finished third in a season best time of 23:12. The men also won the meet by scoring 19 points and beat Akron East, Ellet, Barberton, and Lake Center Christian.  The team was led by course record breaker James Williams who dominated the field. 

    A special thanks goes out to Ritchie's Sporting Goods who helped by donating the finish line, audio system, and a huge clock!  Thank you, also, to the Spartan Sports Boosters for providing refreshments at the conclusion of the race!

    It was a great day for all involved. Thanks for all who came out and supported our Spartans to Victory.

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    James Williams breaking the course record 
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     Carter McCollum, middle school record holder
    Dig Pink

    The volleyball team is hosting their Dig Pink game on Oct. 8 vs. Coventry.  Please come support the girls and the cause.

    Thank you for your support and we hope to see you all at the game October 8th.

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    Girls' Golf

    The girls golf team had a great 2015 season. With a regular season record of 10-4 and a 4th place finish in the PTC Tournament the girls team finished 3rd place overall. The team was lead by Junior Kathi Kline who finished 3rd out of all golfers in PTC points. She earned a first team all PTC honor. Junior Allison Danner was named to 2nd team all PTC with her consistent play all season. The team will graduate two seniors, Allie Rodenbucher and Holley Heard. These girls provided great leadership to the young team. Coming back next year will be Sophomores Lauren Thompson, Kiarra Anderson, Sydney Robinson, Michaela Milosevic and Freshman Leah Zook. First year coach, Kevin Hanna received the honor of being named 2015 PTC Coach of the Year by his fellow PTC coaches.