The Panther's Paw

Mr. and Mrs Harvey share their feelings about contributing to the school

It Takes Heart to Volunteer

December 20, 2018

The school is full of volunteers and workers who are always here to help and support students and facult...

Schedule Change Information

Schedule Change Information

December 20, 2018

The First semester ends on December 21st, and the second semester starts when we get back from Christmas...

Senior Citizens Luncheon a Success

Bryce Wallce and Kelsey Darby have a Rocking Good Time serving others as members of the Leader's Core in a great photo prop made by Mr. Dunn, art teacher

Story by: Laney Driggers, Yearbook Editor

December 19, 2018

For the past 37 years Spring Hill has orchestrated a special lunch to show appreciation for the elder...

Jacob Donohue also performs on stage as well as being a stage manager

Big Dreams for One Act Play

December 19, 2018

No one walks away without their perspective on life changed forever- Jacob Donahue,9.

Tyler Caron celebrates his signing with St. Mary's University to play Basketball next Fall

Spring Hill Seniors Take a Major Step Toward Their Future

December 19, 2018

The Spring Hill Athletic Department and the school district as a whole have recently had the honor of ...

Mason Hancock beams with pride as he is honored by Spring Hill ISD as the December Panther of the Month

December Panther of the Month- Mason Hancock

December 18, 2018

“Turn your work in on time, and overall be a good student.” - Mason Hancock

Panthers Protect Themselves Against Diabetes


November 16, 2018

When one hears the word “diabetes” they may think of their great-aunt who eats too much chocolate cake, but diabetes isn’t limited to a certain group of people. 1.25 million Americans live with Type One Diabetes; 5 million are expected to have it by 2050.   Type One Diabetes is an autoimmune disease in which insulin-prod...

Cross Country Runners Experience State Level Competition

Nick Bodenheimer smiles with shoes in hand, ready to run another day

Story by: Amy Blalock, Adviser

November 5, 2018

On Friday, November 2, the SHHS Cross Country Team was sent off in a parade fanfare to showcase 8 qualifying...

Thanksgiving: As a Philosophy

Thanksgiving: As a Philosophy

November 5, 2018

Check out Chris's Story published by East Texas Review Community Paper

Give Thanks

Julya and her new pup, Pumpkin-named for the season.

Story by: Julya Socoteanu, Yearbook Editor

November 5, 2018

It is easy to get caught up in the busy schedule most Americans tackle every day. The hearts of people...

Pot opens the door…

October 25, 2018

The gateway drug, a myth that will not die. Tho it may not seem so dangerous by itself, it could lead to more intense, harmful, or even deadly substances.

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