School Year Extended
2016-17 School year extended
Days added due to emergency closures [More]
Welcoming & Safe Schools
Providing welcoming and safe school environments
Superintendent Schlachter's Community Message [More]
Pathways Fair 2017
Feb 22-Pathways Fair†for 7th/8th†students/families
Learn about programs at our high schools†[More]
Snowy, icy weather?
How to know if school is delayed or canceled [More]
Do not be left out in June when those yearbooks are passed out. You can reserve your yearbook until February 17th for $20. If you do not buy your yearbook before then, you may not get a yearbook at all. Your student can check the list next to the counseling office in the commons to see if they have purchased one. IF we have extra yearbooks, you will have to pay $25 and there is NO GUARANTEE that there will be any extras for sale.
PARENT NIGHT @SPRINGWATER TRAIL HIGH SCHOOL
Springwater Trail Highs School will be hosting a Student/Parent Information Night on Wednesday, February 15th, 6:00 pm for all interested 8th grade students and parents to come and visit, ask questions, meet the principal, Ryan Blaszak, and Counselor, Linda Centurion. If you are interested in getting more information about Springwater Trail please contact your school counselor for information
CONTACTING A TEACHER
If you would like to contact a teacher, the best and timeliest way is through email. Most questions or concerns can be taken care of this way. If you still feel that you need to meet, please arrange an appointment time with the teacher. This way they can make sure they have adequate time to spend with you. On the day of your visit, please make sure to sign in the front office and get a visitors badge.†
School personnel may not give children medication without written permission from the parent/guardian and doctor. Parents must bring the medication to the school office and complete the required district form before the medication can be given. Students may never transport medication. Prescription medication must be prepared and labeled by a pharmacist at the direction of a physician. The district requires a signed permission form and instructions from the studentís parent, which includes: name of student, name of medication, route, dosage and frequency of administration will be needed. Prescription medication must remain in the original container from the pharmacy or doctorís office. Nonprescription medication must be brought to school in original container or packaging and must follow recommended guidelines for dosage. Nonprescription medication means only commercially prepared, non-alcohol based medication to be taken during school hours that is necessary for the student to remain in school.