High school students reading to elementary students for Read Across America
High school students reading to elementary students for Read Across America
Two female students smiling in art class at Springfield Local High School
SLHS students in art class
SLHS students in Mrs. Wilson's class
SLHS students in Mrs. Wilson's class
Photo collage, three photos of SLHS students working on assignments in the science lab.
SLHS students working on assignments in the lab
Mr. DePanicis leading the concert band at the winter performance. 
Band members are on stage playing instruments.
SLHS Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble
Students in Housing and Interiors pose for a  photo in the staff lounge they remodeled.
Students in Housing and Interiors completed a remodel of the staff lounge at the high school.
Photo collage of Springfield Local High School students in classes.
Springfield Local High School students
Three students sitting at table with laptops
Springfield Local High School students in class.
Photo collage of Springfield Local High School students working on class assignments.
Springfield Local High School students working on class assignments
Springfield Local High School Building Front

School News

High School Yearbook Information

Yearbook Information 2020

Yes, we will still have a yearbook!  We are going to have to get creative on how to fill the pages, so stay tuned for information about how to contribute photos!  Right now we have you submitting Shutdown Selfies. We posted information about this on Google Classroom. If you missed that information, please email Mrs. Mullane. We will let you know other picture submission opportunities via your Google Classrooms.

Answers to Questions Regarding School and School Events

 

Dear Families, 

The Springfield Local School District appreciates your patience and understanding as we navigate together through this unprecedented time. Governor DeWine has extended the state wide closure of public schools until May 1, 2020. Please know this could be extended further, but if it is not extended, school will resume Monday, May 4, 2020. We know families have a lot of questions, and we want to address these questions to the best of our ability, but please know plans and dates are subject to change. As a reminder, please contact teachers directly through email with any questions regarding class assignments. Teachers are checking their emails. It is also important that students check their school email and log on to Google Classroom.

Local Scholarship Applications

Local scholarship applications can be submitted by emailing Mr. Hogg. JAHogg@SpringfieldLocal.us

 

Autism Awareness Shirt

Refunds will be issued for those who purchased this year’s Autism Awareness shirt. We will be in touch with how refunds will be issued. We are still encouraging our families to support and raise awareness about Autism. 

Updated Communication: March 30, 2020

Dear Families, Governor DeWine just announced that schools will be closed until May 1st.  We will continue with our blended learning instruction during the month of April.

Information Regarding YSU College Credit Plus and ACT

YSU's College Credit Plus program has notified us that any student that was registered to take the April ACT to qualify for the program can now take the June ACT.  If you were registered to take the April ACT and plan on taking the June test to qualify for the program, please email Mr. Hogg, (JAHogg@SpringfieldLocal.us) as he needs to inform YSU of the students that will take the June test.  Please check ACT's website for the deadline to register for the June test.

Free Online Resources from the Public Library

Free online resources from the Public Library

Updated Message from Principal DeFelice 

In our effort to provide educational services in an efficient and productive manner we will follow the high school master schedule.

Update from Superintendent Yazvac- March 23, 2020

In regards to paper/pencil packet pickup, parents/guardians can still pick up these materials on the previously scheduled days. Please know that during pickup, the administration will be monitoring foot traffic in order to stay in compliance with Governor DeWine’s orders. 

If you are not comfortable coming into a building to pick up a packet,  please contact your building principal, and alternative arrangements will be made. 

Freshman Orientation

The April 8 Freshman Orientation for current eighth grade students has been cancelled.

Rock Your Socks Supporting Rock Your Socks

Thank you to all of our families who participated in Rock Your Socks World Down Syndrome Day, which was March 21, 2020. 

CLICK HERE to view the photo gallery of Tigers wearing mismatched or unique socks. 

 

Updated Information About Blended Learning

Superintendent Yazvac updated families today, (March 20)  and we understand some questions have come up. We'd like to address these questions so everyone is on the same page.

Springfield Local Schools Closed Monday, March 16, and remain closed through April 3, 2020.

Springfield Local Schools will be closed tomorrow, Monday, March 16th and remain closed through April 3, 2020.

Blended learning will begin as scheduled on Monday, March 23rd through April 3rd. We will implement paper and pencil packets for our younger students and online digital instruction for our older students.

Coronavirus Information
Suspension of Cell-Phone Use During School Hours

 

 

Principal's Message

Dear Parents/Guardians, 

In our effort to provide educational services in an efficient and productive manner we will follow the high school master schedule. Students must make themselves available for real time on-line instruction; if your teacher is using Google classroom or Zoom to teach a lesson. This format will allow for greater structure and the opportunity for questions and concerns to be addressed on that particular subject. This should help alleviate confusion, and prove to be beneficial for students and staff alike. If a student does not or cannot make themselves available they must communicate a legitimate reason in advance. The student is still responsible for completing assigned work. (Students should be given 24 hours to submit homework and a two-day minimum notice for any and all tests) It is expected that all parties communicate as best possible, as we attempt to provide on-line instruction in an unprecedented environment.

Best Regards, Tony DeFelice   

High School Principal  

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