Board votes to send a message that our schools are safe and inclusive for all.
And this year's winners are...Charlie Jett, Sara Starlin, Elena Espinoza and Ken Raymen!
Three district teachers receive funds designated for health/outdoor/PE projects.
Nominees for volunteer of the year, district-wide and school by school, were honored by the Superintendent and School Board at a reception on April 10.
The Five Stooges competed valiantly at the recent state tournament.
Lane County staff provide annual fire extinguisher training for Community Transition Program students.
Music Director finalist Francesco Lecce-Chong leads Guy Lee students in song.
Find out who won, and see all the nominees, here.
Learn more about year 2 of the tiny house project at Gateways High!
Celebrate the winner and all nominees at the reception March 13, 6 p.m.
The nomination window has been extended to April 2. Anyone can nominate!
June 21 will be the last day for students.
Gateways High is poised to implement its career learning grant.
Meet THS CTE instructor Greg Proden, student Taran Wood and learn more about the Trades Academy.
Meet auto shop teacher Mark Simmons and student Leyah Krimbow.
SPS elementary schools will be hosting events in early March. This is a great opportunity for prospective parents to visit the school, meet the staff and find out how to prepare their children for school.
Open enrollment transfer applications are being accepted through April 1. Click for more info.
Join us in celebrating our incredible Career and Technical Education programs.
Nearly 100 teachers came out for Springfield's first-ever recruitment fair.
Student art and writing were on display at Springfield High during Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration events.
SHS SODA Club visits 4th-grade classroom to talk about the dangers of smoking.
Springfield's alternative high school offers students the "gift of time."
A grant is allowing Two Rivers-Dos Ríos students to be the first in the US to participate in the Orgelkids program.
Guy Lee students received $5700 worth of shoes last Friday, thanks to Rack Room Shoes. Click to read more.
District plows and city backhoes partner to clear bus routes to get students in school.
Thurston students are again offering free well water testing. Next available date: April 12. Call now to schedule!
January is the best time to apply for a within-district transfer. Click to read more.
Ron Pottorf's award will enable fun projects for all grades.
A recent SEF grant helps add to Thurston High's career technical offerings by sparking creativity.
Supt. Sue Rieke-Smith this week helped Thurston High's culinary skills.
A batch of third-graders could teach us all a little something about kindness.
Families will notice some changes to this year's report cards.
Innovative educators at 10 schools were surprised with grant awards totalling more than $50,000.
Updated: SPS teachers share their project-based learning ideas with conference attendees.
A message from the superintendents of Springfield Public Schools, Eugene School District 4J, and Bethel School District
Students show support for community by gathering socks to donate.
Springfield High celebrates the latest addition to its CTE offerings.
Alpha Delta Kappa Teacher Sorority honored teachers at reception.
Update: The two repaired trucks were auctioned for $6,400.
Teens get realistic taste of the dangers of drinking and driving.
Cooperative agreement with area agencies will save district money on fuel.
United Way's Preschool Promise brings free pre-K to Springfield.
Be sure to tag @SpringfieldPS or use #SPSWelcomeBack to share your stories!
Emilio Hernandez, Ed.D selected; Tina DeHaven is new Board Chair.
Hillman and Transition Garden Project are recognized for helping students with disabililties find employment.
Water found to be clear at most district facilities.
Everything you need to know to get ready for the school year again.
Click to see the schedule for August/September registration events.
Schools are either closed or have limited hours in the summer. Think ahead if you'll need info from the schools.
District to begin water testing on June 20. Click to read more.
Click to read about this year's fantastic grads.
Here's the roundup of who's who in our schools for the 2016-17 school year.
Nearly 900 first-graders headed to LCC for the day. Click to see the slideshow.
The full adopted calendar is now available. Click to read more.
Great performances by students and staff alike at the CTP Talent Show! Click to read more.
It's so hard to say goodbye! Click to read more about them.
Ridgeview media specialist celebrated at district reception.
Community forum on Tuesday at South Eugene High.
The district has released its proposed budget for 2016-17. Find out what's in store.
Tonight's reception will celebrate all certified nominees and our teacher of the year.
Take a few minutes to share your hopes and dreams for education in our state.
Four individuals won ACE awards. Click to read more.
SPS rekindles friendly food competition with Bethel.
She will be part of the governor's new Council on Educator Advancement.
Students compete at middle school Brain Bowl. Click for details.
High school students bring discussion on tough issues to staff and community at large.
Join us for Springfield's 14th annual celebration.
Also, Community Project Awards!
Scholarship will go to journalism students. Click to read more.
Click to read more about Mt. Vernon's librarian extraordinaire!
Thurston fields unprecedented results. Click for more.
Middle and high school art on display through April 30.
Ridgeview, Agnes Stewart both advance at regionals! Click for more details.
New licensing and a spiffed up cart makes them a permanent fixture.
And it's a beauty!
Last chance to nominate for a chance to win $1000 for your school. Click to read more.
The Springfield Library invited teachers to try their new kits.
Students try out animal-inspired footwear at rink.
Join us on Thursday, February 25, at 1 p.m.!
Students dive in to raise money for Special Olympics.
Two teams and their robotics will compete at the state level at the end of February.
Fifth-graders across the district visit middle schools to get life lessons through an interactive game.
Top band students spend day at LCC getting pointers from UO director.
Deadline for nominations is March 1.
Page upgrades thanks to community donations.
Last chance for immunizations!
School begins efforts to fundraise to build the house. Click for more.
Click to read more about Hamlin's Cynthia Nagao, winner of this year's SAfER award.
Texas Roadhouse is bringing the holidays to downtown students.
Read more about her students' idea to build tiny houses for the homeless.
Student projects include climate change, genetics and memetics.
Great news to kick off Hour of Code week at a number of district schools. Click to read more.
School gives the gift of time to students who may not otherwise graduate.
Future scientists from Gateways High took a trip to UO last week. Click to read more.
Community is welcome to join the Nov. 18 event at SHS.
Did you know that Springfield is growing its own teachers?
Click to find out how our schools are celebrating Veterans Day.
24 educators in 14 schools were surprised with awards during the week of Nov. 9. Click to read more.
SUB's new mural was designed and painted by A3 students. Click for more details.
Ten educators will be honored at an ADK tea on Oct. 28. Click to read more.
Great schools have great leaders. Join us for a little love as we celebrate National Principals Month. Click to read some fun facts about our principals.
Agnes Stewart students use the Mill Race as an outdoor classroom. Click to read more.
District will move staff to former ODOT building. Click for more information.
Jonathan Light is the new board chair; Erik Bishoff and Tina DeHaven new members. Click to read more.
Meet Matthew Fisher, Springfield's new Safe Routes to School coordinator.
Click here for more information.
Click here for more information about the adopted budget.
Click here to find out who received the 2015 ACE Awards!
Applications due Dec. 2. Applicants do not need specific financial background, but must live in the district.
Interviews on the way for a prospective board member.
Join us in welcoming Springfield's newest administrators.
Click to read more about new early release times across the district and staggered start for kinders.
Join us in thanking our five tireless school board members.
It's not too late to sign up for Middle College mentoring. Click for more details.
Nearly 900 first-graders converged on the LCC campus on May 27 for a day in community celebration of literacy. Read more here.
As we celebrate Volunteer Appreciation Week, click to meet some of the district's outstanding volunteers!
Click to hear about our fantastic nominees for ACE administrator, teacher, classified employee and volunteer!
Click to see contest winners, photos from Springfield's MLK celebration.