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August 13 Announcements

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


WELCOME TO OUR FIRST INTERNATIONAL BOARDING STUDENTS

 

This week our first international boarding students arrived at the Springwood International House! Tony from the Czech Republic was the first student through the doors, followed by Tom from Germany, Tunk from Thailand, and Harry from China. The boys have gone through their own orientation this week and met with teachers and administrators to prepare them.

We are so excited to have them with us this year – Welcome to Springwood!

 

 

 


FOR THE MOST UPDATED CALENDARS

 

 

We are making a change this year by using the school website calendar rather than the RenWeb calendar.  For the most recent updated calendar, please always visit our website.

 

 


ATTENTION CHEER, CROSS COUNTRY AND FOOTBALL PARENTS

This message is intended for parents of students who participate in Cheer, Cross Country, and Football.

This year we will require parents or family members of Fall Sport athletes to serve two shifts at home football games (JV and Varsity).  Parents can choose to work shifts in the concession stand (first half and/or second half) and shifts for post game clean up.  If you’d prefer not to work two shifts, you can “buy out” for $100.  If you sign up and don’t show for a shift, a fee of $150 will be applied to your school account.  If you don’t sign up for your shifts, you will be signed up for a shift at random.  All monies will go to the Athletic Department.

We are making this change so that we can get more help in concessions and more help with post game clean up.

Please click on the link below to pick you spot.

http://signup.com/go/orRELmZ

Thanks for your time!  I look forward to seeing lots of fans on Friday for our first home football game!

Drew Dorsey-Athletic Director


PEP RALLY FRIDAY, AUGUST 17

 

First football Game:  FB VS SUCCESS UNLIMITED ACADEMY 8PM

 

Help Springwood surf their way to victory by wearing your Hawaiian shirts to school on Friday for the pep rally!!!

GO WILDCATS!!!

 


GET YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL SHIRTS…ORDERS DUE FRIDAY

 

 

 

CLICK HERE FOR ORDER FORM

 

 

 

 


Commit your works to the LORD, and your thoughts will be established.

Proverbs 16:3

Monday, August 13th, 2018 General Announcements Comments Off on August 13 Announcements

IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT

Many of you have been asking to see the newly renovated Springwood International House and now is your chance! This Friday from 11-12 we will have our ribbon cutting ceremony and give tours of the building. Come join us!

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July 30 Announcements

SUMMER HOURS

Monday –Thursday

8:30am-3:30pm


Press Release – Springwood School Welcomes New Faculty Member Pam Wood

 

Springwood School has announced that Mrs. Pam Wood has joined the faculty for the upcoming school year. Pam is the wife of current Springwood teacher, Murphy Wood, and mother of Springwood Alumni, Forrest Wood (Class of 2014). Pam will be teaching Jr. High Social Studies this year.

Pam received her B.S. in Psychology from Lee University and in December will complete her Master of Arts in Teaching from LaGrange College. Pam worked 13 years as a Legal Secretary and 4 years as a Social Worker. She has experience working as a teacher at First Presbyterian Academy in Hinesville, GA. During her time at First Presbyterian Pam taught Social Studies, Math, Science, Health, and English. In addition to teaching, Mrs. Wood will be joining the Academic Leadership Team at Springwood. Her focus on the team will be in counseling.

Headmaster, Rick Johnson, said of Mrs. Wood, “We are delighted to have Pam Wood join us at Springwood. Mrs. Wood has been part of the Springwood family since 2011, when her husband began teaching here and her son became a student. She has great knowledge of the school and along with her experience she will be another terrific addition to our faculty.”

 


Press Release – Mrs. Sally Brown joins Springwood Faculty

 

Springwood is excited to welcome our new Jr. High science teacher, Mrs. Sally Brown. Mrs. Brown comes to Springwood with a Bachelor’s degree in Biology Education from Auburn University and 16 years of teaching experience with middle and high school students. Over this summer, Mrs. Brown has studied to earn her Google Educator Certification.

Mrs. Brown has expressed her excitement about presenting material creatively to her students in ways that address various learning styles. Outside of the classroom, Sally enjoys reading and running. This year she has run two half marathons and will soon begin training to run a full marathon in January of 2019.

She has been married to her husband, Bobby Brown, for 14 years and has a son, Cooper, and daughter, Molly. Mrs. Brown be teaching High School Science classes this year at Springwood.

Headmaster, Rick Johnson, spoke of Mrs. Brown saying, “We are blessed to have Mrs. Sally Brown begin at Springwood this year. She has a very successful record of teaching science to middle and high school students. Mrs. Brown will be noted for her high level of enthusiasm along with her commitment to excellence in her endeavors.”


Press Release – Springwood Welcomes New 5th Grade Teacher Terri Wyrosdick

 

 

 

Springwood is excited to welcome new 5th Grade teacher, Dr. Terri Wyrosdick! Terri comes to Springwood with an extensive background in education with 30 years of service in the Muscogee County school district. Terri has a Bachelor of Science in Middle Grades Education and a M.S. and Ed.D. in Educational Leadership. Her teaching experience includes 10 years teaching 5th grade, 3 years teaching High School math, and 17 years teaching reading and math intervention/computer lab.

Outside of the classroom, Terri is a passionate member of her church, Cascade Hills Church in Columbus, GA. She is a Women’s Bible Study teacher at Cascade Hills, teaching and helping with three different classes each week. One of the classes that she teaches includes women from two local rehabilitation centers. This summer Terri began working on a master’s degree in systematic theology from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Headmaster, Rick Johnson, said “Dr. Wyrosdick is a unique person. She has outstanding credentials but also has the ability to relate so well in the classroom. I’m looking forward to her joining the team as our 5th grade teacher. Her experience will be very valuable to our school.”

 

 

 

 

 


SUPPLY LISTS

School supply lists are available on the school website!  Click on Academics and go to any grade level, scroll to the bottom and you will see a red box.  Click on a grade in the red box.


DATES COMING UP…

August 7

Orientation/Open House:  K4-6th begins at 5:30pm   7th-12th begins at 7pm

August 8

Prayer Walk begins at 9am

August 9

First Day of School

Senior/Parent Walk begins at 7:40am in the FAC 


 RISING SENIOR YEARBOOK PHOTOS…DEADLINE APPROACHING

One tradition at Springwood is to recognize each senior in the yearbook. This is different from the senior ad and is of no cost to the parents to be placed in the yearbook. This section of the yearbook requires quite a number of things (most of which you will get information for at the Senior Retreat the first week of school). However, one thing that should be done this summer is the senior portrait taken by Steve Mason. This is the formal tux/drape picture that is considered the “fancy” picture. Steve can also take your senior’s “casual” senior portrait while you’re there as well. Both kinds of pictures are required for the yearbook.

In order to set up an appointment with Steve, please call: 706-812-8222. Appointments fill up fast, so the sooner you can get an appointment with him, the better! Your casual portraits can be a super wide variety of possibilities. You can choose to go to a special location or take them at his outdoor/ indoor studio. Many like to have a few personal props to use with some of the images, so make sure to bring those. The formal tux or drape is required (Mr. Mason has those outfits for you.)

For the year book images, you must be within the school dress code. GIRLS will need to have their earrings and a necklace for the formal portrait. GUYS will need to be freshly shaven.

The session fee starts at $35 for Springwood seniors. This fee includes photographing the formal and 1 casual outfit. Additional outfits will add $10 for each. The session fee is due at time of photography. If you will contact Mr. Mason he can send you pricing for anything you may want to purchase. There are a lot of samples on his website http://www.masonportraits.com and he has many more that he would be glad to show you, if you would like something different for an idea. He is always open to your ideas. That is what makes Springwood’s photo shoots with him special!

IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL PORTRAITS MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE SCHOOL BEGINS ON AUGUST 9, 2018. 

 


Commit your works to the LORD, and your thoughts will be established.

Proverbs 16:3

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July 25 Announcements

SUMMER HOURS

Monday –Thursday

8:30am-3:30pm


 

 

 

For the 7th straight year, Springwood School earned the title of AISA Blue Ribbon School. Springwood’s point total accomplished tied the highest amount in school history.

We are thankful for the hard work of our faculty, staff, students, and parents that helped make this possible for the 7th consecutive year!

 

 

 

 


WELCOME TO JOHN GARTMAN

 Springwood School Headmaster, Rick Johnson, announced that Coach John Gartman has accepted the position as Head Football Coach at the school. Coach Gartman began his new coaching position at Springwood this week.

Most recently, Coach Gartman has been the defensive coordinator at Escambia Academy from 2013-present. During that time, Escambia has had an overall record of 48-15 with two state titles and one state runner-up finish. His overall coaching experience includes 5 years (2002-07) at Morgan Academy as a defensive coordinator where he was a part of teams that won two state titles in the 3A class. He worked 3 years (2007-10) as a defensive coordinator at Macon East that included playoff qualified teams in 3A class. Coach Gartman served as the Athletic Director and Head Football Coach at Pickens Academy from 2010-13. While at Pickens, he led the team to two playoff appearances, one region title, a state runner-up finish and was selected as the 1A State Coach of the Year.

Coach Gartman played football in the AISA mid-90s with AISA schools, Jackson Academy and Wilcox Academy. He was the senior quarterback at Wilcox when they won a state championship in 1996. After graduating from Wilcox, he attended the University of Alabama where he also played football as a wide receiver. Current Clemson coach, Dabo Swiney, was his position coach while playing in Tuscaloosa.

Headmaster, Rick Johnson said, “John has been referenced as having a ‘great football mind’. He is very passionate about the game of football. Coach Gartman is a promoter of team discipline and daily improvement as staples to his coaching values”.

Coach Gartman stated, “I am honored to have the opportunity to be a part of Springwood School. It is one of the most respected schools in the AISA and has a long tradition of excellence. It is my goal for the football program to achieve success while demonstrating integrity both on and off the field.”

Mr. Johnson added, “In addition to his coaching responsibilities, Coach Gartman will teach Science and weight training. We are excited to welcome John to the Springwood family.” 


 SUPPLY LISTS

School supply lists are available on the school website!  Click on Academics and go to any grade level, scroll to the bottom and you will see a red box.  Click on a grade in the red box.


RISING SENIOR YEARBOOK PHOTOS

One tradition at Springwood is to recognize each senior in the yearbook. This is different from the senior ad and is of no cost to the parents to be placed in the yearbook. This section of the yearbook requires quite a number of things (most of which you will get information for at the Senior Retreat the first week of school). However, one thing that should be done this summer is the senior portrait taken by Steve Mason. This is the formal tux/drape picture that is considered the “fancy” picture. Steve can also take your senior’s “casual” senior portrait while you’re there as well. Both kinds of pictures are required for the yearbook.

In order to set up an appointment with Steve, please call: 706-812-8222. Appointments fill up fast, so the sooner you can get an appointment with him, the better! Your casual portraits can be a super wide variety of possibilities. You can choose to go to a special location or take them at his outdoor/ indoor studio. Many like to have a few personal props to use with some of the images, so make sure to bring those. The formal tux or drape is required (Mr. Mason has those outfits for you.)

For the year book images, you must be within the school dress code. GIRLS will need to have their earrings and a necklace for the formal portrait. GUYS will need to be freshly shaven.

The session fee starts at $35 for Springwood seniors. This fee includes photographing the formal and 1 casual outfit. Additional outfits will add $10 for each. The session fee is due at time of photography. If you will contact Mr. Mason he can send you pricing for anything you may want to purchase. There are a lot of samples on his website http://www.masonportraits.com and he has many more that he would be glad to show you, if you would like something different for an idea. He is always open to your ideas. That is what makes Springwood’s photo shoots with him special!

IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL PORTRAITS MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE SCHOOL BEGINS ON AUGUST 9, 2018.  


SUMMER SHOUT OUTS

Emma Crane and Carson Champion

 

 

 

 

 

Springwood 8th Graders, Emma Crane and Carson Champion, participated in the Star Systems National Dance Competition in Pigeon Forge with their team from Make Your Move Performing Arts in Opelika. Their team was named the Grand National Champion in their age division on the last day of competition! Congratulations, ladies!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deke Fagundes

 

 

 

Junior, Deke Fagundes, and his family traveled throughout Spain for 9 days sightseeing and learning about about the history. They described it as “The trip of a lifetime”! Thanks for sharing your adventures with us!

 

 

 

 

 

Maddie Johnson – Alabama Girls State

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senior, Maddie Johnson, was selected to be a part of the American Legion Alabama Girls State program this summer! When asked about her experience, Maddie said, “It was so much fun! I met so many girls and even ran for Lieutenant Governor for my party… I didn’t get it but I had never spoken in front of people before so I finally got to face that fear! It was awesome!”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mitchum Smith – Alabama Boys State

 

 

 

 

 

Senior, Mitchum Smith, attended the American Legion Alabama Boys State program this summer. While at Boys State, Mitchum ran for County Commissioner and the State Board of Education and was elected to both offices. He enjoyed connecting with people from all over the state and making new friends!
“American Legion Boys State is among the most respected and selective educational programs of government instruction for U.S. high school students. A participatory program in which students become part of the operation of local, county and state government.“ – American Legion
Great job representing Springwood, Mitchum!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

James Dorminy and Andre Mills

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sophomores, James Dorminy and Andre Mills, spent some time at Samford University Elite Prospect camp this summer getting ready for football season! Way to work hard, Wildcats!

 

 

 

 

 

 

Merredith Woodham and Bailey Morrison

 

Merredith Woodham and Bailey Morrison have had a busy Summer of softball! The West Point Parks and Recs 16U Allstars Softball team won the Senior League Georgia State Championship and are headed to the Southeast Regional Tournament this weekend. The team will compete against Tennessee this Friday morning at 9:30 est. Games will be broadcast on Eagle 102.3 by Jamie and John Morrison. Please pray for safe travels as the team heads to and from Salisbury, NC for the tournament!

Congratulations to these Lady Wildcats!

 

 

Allie Davis, Emma Jennings, and Merredith Woodham

 

 

 

 

Allie Davis (12th), Emma Jennings (11th), and Merredith Woodham (10th) volunteered to help out at Happy Valley Baptist Church’s VBS this summer! It was a fun week filled with games, music, skits, and much more.

 

 

 


Commit your works to the LORD, and your thoughts will be established.

Proverbs 16:3

 

 

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July 17 Announcements

SUMMER HOURS

Monday –Thursday

8:30am-3:30pm


BACK TO SCHOOL INFORMATION PACKET

Your back to school information packet will be mailed home on July 18. 


ATTENTION…FALL SPORTS ATHLETES

We will take Fall Sports pictures at Springwood Stadium on July 24th, beginning at 2pm…picture schedule coming soon!  CLICK HERE for order form.


SHOUT OUT FOR COLEMAN HULL

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Springwood Junior, Coleman Hull, has had a busy summer! Coleman spent time at Virginia Tech studying architecture and a weekend at the Lions High School Leadership Forum.

Coleman said of his experience at Lions : “The Lions High school Leadership Forum was a good experience. The theme word for the weekend was pursuit. Throughout the weekend we learned how to pursue our goals and to work with others to do so.”

Send us your #SummerShoutOut experience! Email kcrumbley@springwoodschool.com with 1-3 pictures and a brief description about what you have done this summer.


SHOUT OUT FOR MARTIN FAMILY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer always comes and goes quickly and this year is no exception! As we prepare for students to return to Springwood’s campus on August 9th, we want to know how you have been spending your summer break! Send us pictures of your adventures, camps, vacations, volunteer work, mission trips – whatever it is that you are doing this summer and we will share some of what has been happening on campus while everyone is away!


WELL DONE!

In 2017-18 Springwood had 20 students take the SAT.  Their average total score was 1185. The average Math score was 613 and the average ERW score was 572.  The latest College Board SAT data indicates that the average SAT score for this year’s graduating seniors was 1060 (527 Math) & (533 ERW).

College Board states that good SAT scores for 2018 are those above the average SAT score of 1060/1600. We are proud that the scores of Springwood students are well above average. College Board also states that a score of 1340/1600 puts a student in the excellent category or above the 90th percentile.
Springwood’s top 10% student scores of 1465/1600 are in the very high percentile.


SUPPLY LISTS

School supply lists are available on the school website!  Click on Academics and go to any grade level, scroll to the bottom and you will see a red box.  Click on a grade in the red box.


GRADUATION PHOTOS

You can order graduation photos from Steve Mason.  Check out the “behind the scenes” photos of graduates the night of graduation.  Click the link to browse and purchase.

springwoodgraduation.photoherald.com


RISING SENIOR YEARBOOK PHOTOS…TIME IS RUNNING OUT!

One tradition at Springwood is to recognize each senior in the yearbook. This is different from the senior ad and is of no cost to the parents to be placed in the yearbook. This section of the yearbook requires quite a number of things (most of which you will get information for at the Senior Retreat the first week of school). However, one thing that should be done this summer is the senior portrait taken by Steve Mason. This is the formal tux/drape picture that is considered the “fancy” picture. Steve can also take your senior’s “casual” senior portrait while you’re there as well. Both kinds of pictures are required for the yearbook.

In order to set up an appointment with Steve, please call: 706-812-8222. Appointments fill up fast, so the sooner you can get an appointment with him, the better! Your casual portraits can be a super wide variety of possibilities. You can choose to go to a special location or take them at his outdoor/ indoor studio. Many like to have a few personal props to use with some of the images, so make sure to bring those. The formal tux or drape is required (Mr. Mason has those outfits for you.)

For the year book images, you must be within the school dress code. GIRLS will need to have their earrings and a necklace for the formal portrait. GUYS will need to be freshly shaven.

The session fee starts at $35 for Springwood seniors. This fee includes photographing the formal and 1 casual outfit. Additional outfits will add $10 for each. The session fee is due at time of photography. If you will contact Mr. Mason he can send you pricing for anything you may want to purchase. There are a lot of samples on his website http://www.masonportraits.com and he has many more that he would be glad to show you, if you would like something different for an idea. He is always open to your ideas. That is what makes Springwood’s photo shoots with him special!

IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL PORTRAITS MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE SCHOOL BEGINS ON AUGUST 9, 2018. 

 

 

 

 

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July 11 Announcements

SUMMER HOURS

Monday –Thursday

8:30am-3:30pm 


BACK TO SCHOOL INFORMATION PACKET

Your back to school information packet will be mailed home on July 18.


SUPPLY LISTS

School supply lists are available on the school website!  Click on Academics and go to any grade level, scroll to the bottom and you will see a red box.  Click on a grade in the red box.  


 HOST OPPORTUNITY

 

Jeonggyun is a shy, ​but​ active 18-year-old boy from South Korea. He spent the last year in Utah and is looking forward to continuing his education in America. He is very interested in music and one day wants to be a song writer and play his own music. He is interested in learning to play tennis. He will be in the 12th grade.

Host family earns a monthly stipend of $400. Student pays all expenses and has insurance.

Please contact Galen or Robbye Smith for more information about hosting this student for the 2018 school year.

706-773-5900 or robbye.educatius@gmail.com


GRADUATION PHOTOS

You can order graduation photos from Steve Mason.  Check out the “behind the scenes” photos of graduates the night of graduation.  Click the link to browse and purchase.

springwoodgraduation.photoherald.com


RISING SENIOR YEARBOOK PHOTOS

One tradition at Springwood is to recognize each senior in the yearbook. This is different from the senior ad and is of no cost to the parents to be placed in the yearbook. This section of the yearbook requires quite a number of things (most of which you will get information for at the Senior Retreat the first week of school). However, one thing that should be done this summer is the senior portrait taken by Steve Mason. This is the formal tux/drape picture that is considered the “fancy” picture. Steve can also take your senior’s “casual” senior portrait while you’re there as well. Both kinds of pictures are required for the yearbook.

In order to set up an appointment with Steve, please call: 706-812-8222. Appointments fill up fast, so the sooner you can get an appointment with him, the better! Your casual portraits can be a super wide variety of possibilities. You can choose to go to a special location or take them at his outdoor/ indoor studio. Many like to have a few personal props to use with some of the images, so make sure to bring those. The formal tux or drape is required (Mr. Mason has those outfits for you.)

For the year book images, you must be within the school dress code. GIRLS will need to have their earrings and a necklace for the formal portrait. GUYS will need to be freshly shaven.

The session fee starts at $35 for Springwood seniors. This fee includes photographing the formal and 1 casual outfit. Additional outfits will add $10 for each. The session fee is due at time of photography. If you will contact Mr. Mason he can send you pricing for anything you may want to purchase. There are a lot of samples on his website http://www.masonportraits.com and he has many more that he would be glad to show you, if you would like something different for an idea. He is always open to your ideas. That is what makes Springwood’s photo shoots with him special!

IMPORTANT NOTE: ALL PORTRAITS MUST BE COMPLETED BEFORE SCHOOL BEGINS ON AUGUST 9, 2018. 

 

 

 

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June 26 Announcements

SUMMER HOURS

Monday –Thursday

8:30am-3:30pm 


HELP SPRINGWOOD GAIN CHARTER BANK GRANT

For those of you that hold an account with Charter Bank, we wanted to share with you an opportunity to benefit our school. Each year Charter Bank awards three local charities a grant of $5000. Anyone who holds an account with Charter Bank is able to vote for their favorite charity and the three charities with the highest number of votes is awarded the grant. If you bank with Charter Bank, we would greatly appreciate it if you could help Springwood win the grant this year.

For your convenience, we have provided a link below that will direct you to the online ballot. Springwood is number41. The deadline for submitting the ballot is July 31, 2018. Thank you so much for your help in this effort.

https://www.charterbk.com/ofs/live/forms?form=customer_voting&location=vall 


HOST OPPORTUNITY

 

Jeonggyun is a shy, ​but​ active 18-year-old boy from South Korea. He spent the last year in Utah and is looking forward to continuing his education in America. He is very interested in music and one day wants to be a song writer and play his own music. He is interested in learning to play tennis. He will be in the 12th grade.

Host family earns a monthly stipend of $400. Student pays all expenses and has insurance.

Please contact Galen or Robbye Smith for more information about hosting this student for the 2018 school year.

706-773-5900 or robbye.educatius@gmail.com

 


GRADUATION PHOTOS

You can order graduation photos from Steve Mason.  Check out the “behind the scenes” photos of graduates the night of graduation.  Click the link to browse and purchase.

springwoodgraduation.photoherald.com


SUMMER CAMPS

British Soccer Camp

See registration form for ages and costs

June 25-29

CLICK HER FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 

Basketball Camp Rising Boys and Girls grades 1-9

July 16-18

8am-12noon

$50

CLICK HER FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 

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June 12 Announcements

SUMMER HOURS

Monday –Thursday

8:30am-3:30pm


CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR SENIORS

 

 

 

 

 

So far this year, the senior class

has received over

$2, 376.000.00

in scholarship offers ! 

The offers are still coming in. 

 

 

 

 


SUMMER READING

 

 

Summer reading is available on the school website!  Click on Academics and go to any grade level, scroll to the bottom and you will see a red box.  Click on a grade in the red box. 

 

 

 

HAPPY READING! 


GRADUATION PHOTOS

You can order graduation photos from Steve Mason.  Check out the “behind the scenes” photos of graduates the night of graduation.  Click the link to browse and purchase.

springwoodgraduation.photoherald.com


SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION

Cheer Clinic for Rising 1st-6th Grade Girls

June 11-13

9am -12noon

Cost  $50 per participant

 

CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION FORM

Softball Camp

June 18-20

9am-12noon

Cost $60.00

CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 

Football Camp for Rising 2nd-7th

June 18-20

10am-12noon

$30 per camper

CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 

British Soccer Camp

See registration form for ages and costs

June 25-29

CLICK HER FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 

Basketball Camp Rising Boys and Girls grades 1-9

July 16-18

8am-12noon

$50

CLICK HER FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 

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June 5 Announcements

SUMMER HOURS

Monday –Thursday

8:30am-3:30pm


REPORT CARDS

 

 

Report Cards were opened in RenWeb on Thursday, May 31

 


SUMMER READING

 

 

 

 

Summer reading is coming soon!

 

 


CROSS COUNTRY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


GRADUATION PHOTOS

You can order graduation photos from Steve Mason.  Check out the “behind the scenes” photos of graduates the night of the program.  Click the link to browse and purchase.

springwoodgraduation.photoherald.com


SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION

Cheer Clinic for Rising 1st-6th Grade Girls

June 11-13

9am -12noon

Cost  $50 per participant

CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 

Softball Camp

June 18-20

9am-12noon

Cost $60.00

CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 

Football Camp for Rising 2nd-7th

June 18-20

10am-12noon

$30 per camper

CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 

British Soccer Camp

See registration form for ages and costs

June 25-29

CLICK HER FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 

Basketball Camp Rising Boys and Girls grades 1-9

July 16-18

8am-12noon

$50

CLICK HER FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 

Tuesday, June 5th, 2018 General Announcements Comments Off on June 5 Announcements

May 25 Announcements

GRADUATION

Graduation

Friday, May 25

7pm

Springwood School Boswell Gymnasium

 Gator Media will cover the event on their Facebook Live tonight.


SUMMER CAMP INFORMATION

Art and Theatre Summer Day Camp

Deadline to Register is May 16

June 4-7

Art Camp:  9am-12noon

Theatre Camp:  12noon-4pm

Please contact Mrs. Spears:  mspears@springwoodschool.com or Mrs. Miller: cmiller@springwoodschool.com

 

Cheer Clinic for Rising 1st-6th Grade Girls

June 11-13

9am -12noon

Cost  $50 per participant

 

CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION FORM

Softball Camp

June 18-20

9am-12noon

Cost $60.00

CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 

Football Camp for Rising 2nd-7th

June 18-20

10am-12noon

$30 per camper

CLICK HERE FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 

British Soccer Camp

See registration form for ages and costs

June 25-29

CLICK HER FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 

Basketball Camp Rising Boys and Girls grades 1-9

July 16-18

8am-12noon

$50

CLICK HER FOR REGISTRATION FORM

 


Make every effort to respond to God’s promises. Add to your faith a generous provision of moral excellence,

and to moral excellence add knowledge… — II Peter 1:5

 

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