The 64th Annual Spring Livestock Show and Fair raised a grand total of $145,289, an increase over last year of more than $16,000.
The event features projects entered by Spring ISD students involved in FFA and Family Career and Community Leaders of America at Dekaney, Spring, Westfield and Carl Wunsche Sr. high schools as well as students in Spring 4-H.
More than 150 people attended Spring ISD’s sixth-annual spotlight on volunteers appreciation event Thursday, April 23.
This year’s theme, “Our Volunteers Make a World of Difference!” paid homage to how school volunteers make a difference everyday in the lives of students.
The Spring ISD administration annually recognizes the important contributions made by “rookie” teachers, who in their first year on the job, demonstrate outstanding qualities and commitment to student success.
The 2015 Spring ISD Rookie Teachers of the Year are Bradley Persinger, Westfield High School, secondary level; and Katie Reeves, Winship Elementary School, elementary level.
Great Teachers Drive Student Success!Spring ISD Campuses Name 2015 Teachers of the Year
Every year campuses across Spring ISD are challenged to select one “best” teacher out of many highly-qualified teachers to represent their school in the district’s teacher of the year competition.
The Spring ISD Secondary and Elementary Teachers of the Year will be announced at the Spring ISD Employee Recognition Banquet May 14.
Want to learn important information about graduation requirements, career pathways available for students and how to select courses online for next school year? Spring ISD is hosting workshops for students currently in grades eight through 11 and their parents:
6 p.m. April 27 at Wunsche; 6 p.m. April 28 at Dekaney; 6 p.m. April 29 at Westfield; and 6 p.m. April 30 at Spring
Joan Bryan Link, namesake for Link Elementary School, passed away Saturday, April 18. Mrs. Link was secretary to the Spring ISD Superintendent and Board of Trustees, and an active volunteer in PTA and booster clubs. In 1964, she became full-time secretary in the superintendent’s office, which at the time handled all district administration functions. Later, when the duties were divided due to the district’s growth, she became the first secretary to the Board of Trustees. She retired in 1982, having served for 20 years.