will provide educational excellence for all.
will utilize technology and data to facilitate a collaborative and engaging learning environment. Our students will become lifelong learners with the critical thinking skills necessary to enter the global 21st century workplace.
Interim reports will be sent home with students today.
Several teachers at Spring Mills High School were fortunate in receiving several Instructional Improvement grants through Berkeley County Schools.
Mr. Craig Arch - $309.46 for audio books
Mrs. Tina Rantanen - $447.00 for a set of novels
Mrs. Wendy Lee - $165.00 for an autoclave
Mrs. Jennifer Unger - $180.00 for for a set of novels
Mr. Jason Bennett - $220.00 for BrainPop Classroom Access
Mrs. Rebeca Hutchinson - $250.00 for a set of novels
Congratualtions to all these teachers!!
Spring Mills Honor Drive is raffling a queen size quilt made by the Sisterhood of the Thimble and generously donated to the SMHS Honor Drive. Funds raised through the raffle will help take a group of veterans to Washington, DC in May of 2016. Tickets are $3 each or four tickets for $10. Tickets may be purchased in the front office at the school or from an Honor Drive member.
Click the link below to see the quilt!
The SMHS Physical Education department received a $2,000 grant through VOYA Unsung Heroes. Physical education teacher Michele Ostrowski applied for the grant to purchase heart rate monitors and pedometers to provide technology-backed information that will allow students and teachers to visually track their health by seeing the number of steps taken and charting their heart rate. The equipment will benefit students and teachers for years to come.
2:45 PM - 3:30 PM Music Honor Society
3:00 PM Leadership Team Meeting