Spring ISD

ExxonMobil and Junior Achievement Share Workplace and Leadership Skills with Spring ISD Career and Technical Education Students

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Nearly 100 student leaders from Spring ISD high schools gathered at the Lone Star College-North Harris campus Dec. 1 to learn from executives with ExxonMobil and Junior Achievement.

Spring ISD Schools Use Fun Activities to Teach a Serious Message during National Red Ribbon Week

Spring ISD schools scheduled a series of colorful dress-up days and learning activities in conjunction with the National Red Ribbon Celebration, Oct. 23-31. The various theme days across the district, for which students were invited to dress up, included: “I Elect to Be Drug Free,” “We’re too Bright for Drugs,” “Team Up Against Drugs,” “Sock it to Drugs,” and “Give Drugs the Boot,” to name a few. 

Spring ISD Grad Walk Volunteers Reach Out Into the Community to Change Lives

More than 350 volunteers were on the move all over the Spring community on Saturday, Sept. 10, reaching out to students who have not returned to school this year.  

Spring ISD staff members joined forces with community members as they gathered at every school campus in the district before travelling to the homes of students who have not been attending school, or who are at risk of not graduating.

Spring ISD Receives $1.8 Million Grant to Provide Academic Enrichment and Promote Family Engagement at 10 Campuses

With the implementation of Project SAFE this fall, Spring Independent School District is another step closer to meeting initiatives defined in the district’s strategic plan - Every Child 2020. Project SAFE, which stands for Spring ISD Afterschool and Family Engagement Project, is being funded by a 21st Century Community Learning Center grant from the Texas Education Agency.

Spring ISD Partnership with Texas A&M will Create Student Teacher Residency Program

A new partnership between Texas A&M University and the Spring Independent School District will bring college students to classrooms at Thompson Elementary School this fall. One of a few in the country, the Urban Student Teacher Advanced Residency (U-STAR) program is a yearlong clinical teaching experience that will immerse senior-level students studying education directly in the district’s classrooms.

Wunsche’s Legal Studies Pathway Earns National Recognition with Excellence in Action Award - Spring ISD

The Legal Studies Career Pathway Program at Carl Wunsche Sr. High School was recently awarded the prestigious Excellence in Action Award, which recognizes innovative and impactful Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs of study across the nation.

“We are quite proud to have this program recognized because it represents a core value of Spring ISD - striving for excellence in all we do,” said Bob Thompson, Wunsche principal. “At the same time, we are humbled because it symbolizes the dedication of our students, their parents and our staff to accomplishing great work.”

Spring High JROTC Graduates Awarded ROTC Scholarships

Three Spring High School seniors, who have served as cadets in the school’s Navy JROTC program, have been awarded substantial ROTC scholarships that will allow them to continue pursuing a military career after graduation. Isaac Banani and Mikah Campbell have both received Navy ROTC scholarships and Brianna Musachia has received an Army ROTC scholarship. Other cadets who will be graduating also have received scholarships that bring the regiment’s total this year to $3.766 million.

Free Summer Meals Program Available at 24 Spring ISD campuses

Children under the age of 18 who live in the Spring area will have access to free breakfast and lunch through the Spring Independent School District’s Summer Feeding Program, which startsWednesday, June 1. The program will operate throughout the month of June and is available at 24 campuses.

Children under the age of 18 are eligible and do not have to be enrolled in summer school or show proof of income to receive a free meal at the participating schools. Adults may also participate by purchasing breakfast for $1.50 and lunch for $3.25 each.

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