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Springfield School District
The Springfield School District serves 1500 students in four schools: two elementary schools, a middle school, and a high school. Situated in south-eastern Vermont, along the majestic Connecticut River, Springfield has a proud history of achievement in commerce and the arts.
The Springfield School District is located in Southeastern Vermont and serves the residents of the town of Springfield. The Gateway Collaborative school and the River Valley Technical Center serve the communities of Chester, Bellows Falls, Weathersfield, and Fall Mountain, NH. The district has one K-2 elementary school (Elm Hill Primary School), one 3-5 elementary school (Union Street Elementary School), one middle school (Riverside Middle School), and one high school (Springfield High School). The professional staff provide an educational environment with an eye on high standards and quality instruction.
All students will acquire knowledge, skills, and positive attitudes to enhance their lives by engaging in learning experiences that are inspiring, relevant, and dynamic.
On Wednesday night, July 2nd, Bindy Hathorn was appointed the new interim principal of Union Street School. Ms. Hathorn is about to begin her seventeenth year in the district and is looking forward to the new challenges and opportunities at […]
The Springfield community and school district staff will be given the opportunity to be part of the process to choose the next Principal of Union Street Elementary School. A committee has narrowed a group of twenty candidates to two finalists: Bindy Hathorn of Springfield High School, and Debra Beaupre, who works in Newport, New Hampshire schools.
The candidates will meet with faculty and staff this Tuesday night from 6:00-7:30 PM at Union Street School. We hope for a good community turn out to listen to each candidate, ask them questions, and provide feedback concerning what you thought of each candidate. All Springfield community members and Springfield School District staff are encouraged to attend. The candidates will be in meet in one space with staff and another with community members. After 40 minutes, the candidates will flip rooms and meet with the other group. Then staff and community members will be given a chance to submit a short written feedback form.
The doors will open at Union Street School at 5:45 PM on Tuesday. We hope you come and help contribute to deciding who the next leader of Union Street School will be.
During the last few months of the school year, I will be conducting a “listening tour” of the schools and community to get answers to the following questions:
- What makes you proud to be part of Springfield School District?
- What things do you wish the district did better?
- What programs should we try to protect?
- What issues in the schools and the community do we need to overcome?
- How can I contribute to us becoming the district we want to be?
Click on the link below for more information:
Listening Tour Document
Last night, the artists at Elm Hill got a chance to show off their talents. Parents and community members were treated to half an hour of ABC’s and Nursery Rhyme tunes in the Kindergarten concert. Then hallway walks gave all […]
Last night, Union Street School showed off the wonderful artistic talents of some of their students. Below is a small sampling images from the evening. Great job Union Street artists!
On Thursday, the Vermont Principals Association announced that Bob Thibault is the 2015 NASSP Vermont High School Principal of the Year. Thibault, Springfield High School’s principal, was selected for successes in factors such as shaping a vision, improving instruction, cultivating […]
Eagle Times has announced that their pick for the Girls Basketball player of the year is Springfield High School senior Chelsea McAllister. The all-time leading scorer at Springfield High School–both boys and girls–, Chelsea finished her Cosmos career with an […]
On Wednesday, March 18th, Comcast awarded 14 Vermont high school seniors $1,000 scholarships as part of their Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program. These seniors were acknowledged for striving to achieve their potential, becoming catalysts for positive change in their communities, through […]
On February 10th, Zach McLaughlin, Superintendent of Schools, and Steve Hier, Director of Fiscal Services, were interviewed on the SAPA TV program Puggy’s Corner concerning this year’s school budget proposal. The show lasts approximately one hour.
The Vermont Principal’s Association (VPA) announced that Riverside Middle School’s Steve Cone had been selected as Vermont’s Assistant Principal of the Year for 2014. The award granted each year recognizes a single assistant principal in the state of Vermont. As this […]