The Panther's Paw

Playing for Number 13

Brock Martin and Brody Barnhill smile together after the game in which Barnhill played wearing Martin's jersey.

Story by: Julya Socoteanu, Yearbook Editor

March 6, 2020

During the soccer season, Brock Martin, number 13, had to drop out due to health issues. He had multiple seizures on the field. "Ultimately, I had to put my health first. I love soccer and I love my team, but a good player knows his limits," Brock said. However, number 13 is not forgotten by his team....

Spanish class more than just “la tarea”

Ethan Pimentel, a SHHS alumni and Jr at LETU, shows Lopez the Longview campus.

Story by: Dylan Murdick, Sports Editor

March 4, 2020

College is expensive. For some students, the cost of higher education makes a secondary diploma a dream rather than a possibility. Community Partners, such as AT&T Services, recognize the need for an educated workforce, and the cooperation is willing to match funds to help provide scholarships for...

Fun from Around the World

Fun from Around the World

Story by: Anna Adams, Staff Writer

February 20, 2020

The aroma of foods from around the world filled the library today as teachers took part in the annual luncheon hosted by YBA. The event featured foods from Asia, Mexico, Italy, Great Brittain, and of coarse, Texas. Teachers were able to feast on everything from bar-b-que to egg rolls and everything in...

Around the World in 40 minutes

Valentine Garcia works to prepare foods in culinary arts

Story by: Amy Blalock, Adviser

February 20, 2020

Entrepreneurship, Hospitality, Service, Culinary Arts: Not your typical Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic. But, at Spring Hill High School these courses are a critical part of the Career and Technology Education department’s varied pathways to obtain career readiness.    Courses in the Business and Industry E...

Spring Hill Celebrates Black History Month

Jea' Mya Fitzpatrick

Story by: Jaden Giddings, Donato Giordano, Staff writer

February 13, 2020

Spring Hill is prepared for a great month of February not just for Valentine’s Day, but more importantly for our country, with Black History Month. We celebrate it in February because Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglas birthdays are during this month. Black History Week started in 1926, but Black...

Springhill’s Actions Towards Black History

Mrs. Drueckhammer answers questions about Black History Month February 6, 2020 at Springhill Highschool

Story by: Irianna Powell, Brody Barnhill, Kaden Miller, Staff Writers

February 13, 2020

To commemorate and celebrate the contribution to our nation made by the people of African descent, Black history month was established in February 1969. Annually, the people of our country remember the hardships Black Americans had to face, and the achievements that they reached. Spring Hill High...

Black History Month

Story by: Tyra Tatum

February 13, 2020

   Spring Hill School students and faculty will celebrate and contribute to Black History Month this February.    Black History Month is an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and recognizing the central role of blacks in U.  S. history. When it comes to the celebration of Black ...

Black History Month

Story by: Erika Smallwood, Skylar Youngblood, and Caroline Story, Journalist

February 13, 2020

  Black History Month is an annual observance originating in the United States, where it is also known as African-American History Month. Why is it important? Is it important to you? Do you think we should recognize Black History Month on our campus? Why?     “Yes, I think it is important,” said Laura Rowe, “because w...

Black History Month

Black History Month

Story by: Jea'Mya Fitzpatrick, staff

February 13, 2020

Spanish 3: Not just a bunch of “Habla”

Spanish 3: Not just a bunch of

Story by: Sara Alligood, Photographer

February 13, 2020

Spanish Three is an advanced measure course of the foreign language. Part of the course work involves conversational phrases that revolve around community and service work. Becky Peurifoy, lead Spanish teacher, is no stranger to either of these. Growing up in Argentina in a missionary family the language...

Students serve others through art

Students serve others through art

Story by: staff, Staff

February 13, 2020

Students at SHHS are often seen serving others. Not a week goes by that there is not a collection for the needy, a reach out to younger students, or a cause that needs supporting resounding from the 4th-period announcements. But this, thanks to the creative and compassionate efforts of Karen Ender, resident...

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