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Our Mission 

  • All students will be prepared for productive post secondary options upon graduation 

We Believe 

  • Students must be engaged in order to learn.
  • Students who participate in extra-curricular activities, sports, and clubs are more engaged in school.
  • Parents are essential partners in their children's education.
  • Classroom instruction must be differentiated in order to meet the needs of all learners.
  • The school structure must provide support for all learners.
  • Working together, we can prepare students for productive post-secondary options.

Our Motto

  • Success through Scholarship, Honor, and Spirit.

 

 

Th e "Roar"

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About Us

  • With one of the largest building floor plans in our school district, we are thrilled to have 14 science labs (6 biology, 2 chemistry, 1 physics and 5 general science rooms), 5 computer labs, an extraordinary vocational/occupational facility complete with an auto, welding, woodworking, and CAD drafting labs, a state of the art Business and "Company" center, a well designed and equipped culinary arts center and child development lab, an extensive Fine Arts wing which houses the visual arts, music, drama and publications programs with a 500 seat performing arts theatre, a well designed and highly functional library and career center, and a 3,000 seat regional gymnasium.

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SPANISH SPRINGS HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS
Tuesday, March 24, 2015

1. A Driver Education class will be offered at Spanish Springs during spring break, March 30-April 2 in Mobile 6. This 30 hour class fulfills the classroom requirement for a driver's license in Nevada if you are under 18. The cost is $94. For more information, pick up a flier at your school's counselors office or call 829-9010 for more information and to register. (Office 2/25-3/27)

2. Staff and students, please remember that any tobacco use on a school campus is prohibited. This includes cigarettes, electronic cigarettes, and chewing tobacco. Students found using tobacco products on campus are subject to progressive discipline, and student athletes will be subject to further sanctions according to NIAA policy. (Urmston 3/23-3/27)

3. Cougars! Field Day is this Friday, March 27th so make sure to get your kickball, Frisbee Golf, Basketball and Tough Man and Woman packets in room 201. Hope to see all of you competing in these competitions. (Faker 3/12-3/26)

4. Seniors: Are you interested in a Career as an electrician or plumber? Open Enrollment for Apprenticeships is from March 30th through April 10th. For more information, see Mrs. Taveira in the Career Center. (Taveira 3/13-3/27)

5. After School Tutoring is canceled until further notice. (Urmston 3/23-3/27)

6. Tomorrow, Wednesday, March 25th in room 131 at lunch there will be an information meeting for anyone interested in attending The Devil-Pups program this summer at Marine Corps Base, Camp-Pendleton. Spaces are limited. (Mendenhall 3/19-3/24)

7. Students let's remember to take some pride in our school and clean up after ourselves. Visitors comment on what a beautiful school we have! Let's keep it looking its best! (Urmston 3/20-3/25)

8. Attention Volleyball Players, if you are interested in playing volleyball next year please see Coach Sandomenico in room 250 for more information. There will be a meeting at lunch this Wednesday but please see him prior to the meeting to get some important information. (Sandomenico 3/23-3/25)

9. If you are interested in a medical career then HOSA is for you! HOSA is a national student organization based on community service that works towards improving healthcare for all community members. Participate in State and National leadership conferences as you compete in various medical competitions against other HOSA members from the state and across the nation. Pick up your membership application form in room 135. After spring break, HOSA will be meeting at lunch every Wednesday in room 135! (Klonicke 3/23-3/27)

10. The following Clubs have meetings every Wednesday at lunch:
Anti-Bully Club in room 227 (Cohen);
Diabetes Awareness in room 207 (Carpenter);
FCCLA in room 107 (Gach);
French Club in room M1 (Dyess);
GSA in room 145 (Nisbet);
Latinos Unidos in room 202 (Valle).







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