Where am I?
Spring Hill High School is dedicated to providing each student with the resources needed to be successful. This page is dedicated to giving information about resources available to every student.
Cornell Note System
The Cornell Note taking system is a proven, secondary level application that optimizes student 'study' time. The system instills a reflective style of learning using simple techniques that will enhance a student's knowledge and ability to apply information presented in class. It can be used while reading text, listening to a lecture, watching a film....basically during any 'instructional time'. As we transition our students toward life after high school in whatever career or college they choose, this system will assist them in developing the analytical skill set needed for the 21st Century.
Students need to be proficient at pulling information from text as they read, particularly as they prepare for the challenges of a career or while furthering their studies at college. As reading is individualized, so are efficient note-taking or annotative methods used while reading. Being able to pull information quickly and efficiently will dramatically enhance a student's ability to master subject matter. With practice, students should be able to increase their ability to recall and apply information after reading, particularly useful while preparing for and while taking tests that involve reading passages.
The following is an example of some successful strategies for 'decoding' text.
Email Web Access
USD 230 e-mail is hosted by Google. The login is your network username and password.
USD 230 is providing Google Apps to all District students and staff. It allows document sharing, collaboration, and more.
Library Media Center
The SHHS Library Media Center is an important resource for all students. Be sure check out all of the resources available to you! Visit the Media Center now.
Moodle is a tool for creating and publishing web-based courses. The district is currently using Moodle as an online complement to some of the current course offerings and activities. Log in to Moodle.
Most textbooks used in the high school have online resources. Be sure to check class information in Skyward for specific information.
If you've forgotten your password, you can use the Password Portal to reset it.
Skyward Family Access Program
Skyward Family Access, provided by USD 230, is a web-based information and communication center designed to provide students and parents with information about grades, assignments and key messages from school. Visit the Skyward page to log in.