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Electronic Backpack

Welcome to the Spring Hill School District’s Electronic Backpack! The Electronic Backpack is an easy way for families to access flyers about activities, programs, and events being promoted by non-profit organizations in the community. This site was created to help conserve resources and time besides ensuring that only school-related information comes home in students’ backpacks.

Information Available:

Wellsville GBB League (pdf, 167.94KB)

Lady Mavericks Volleyball Camp (pdf, 37.08KB)

SHMS 6th - 9th Grade Drama Camp (pdf, 32.49KB)

Bronco Basketball Camp (pdf, 40.04KB)

2017 Summer League Baker University (pdf, 103.74KB)

Lady Bronco's Volleyball Camp (pdf, 32.17KB)

Coach Frigon's High School Cirls Basketball Summer Camp (pdf, 37.38KB)

Bronco Wrestling Camp Of Champions (pdf, 54.84KB)

Maverick 6-8th grade Basketball Camp (pdf, 63.12KB)

SHMS 6th - 8th Girls Basketball Camp (pdf, 30.59KB)

Bronco Youth Football Camp Grades 1-6 (pdf, 34.67KB)

Teen Car Care Clinic (pdf, 1.09MB)

Youth Tech Courses (pdf, 561.46KB)

Approval Process:
Non-profit (501c3) organizations that wish to have flyers posted on the district’s web site must electronically submit a copy of the information to Katie Claar via email at claark@usd230.org. Please ensure that the contact person’s name and telephone number are listed in the request in order to ensure notification of the approval status. Each request will be reviewed by the superintendent or his designee on an individual basis. Approved flyers will be posted in the district’s eBackpack, which will be accessible from all school web sites.

District Guidelines:

  • Dissemination of materials is limited to the posting of information on the district's web site.

  • Flyers will only be electronically posted, and paper copies of the information will not be distributed to students.

  • The district will only post information from not-for-profit organizations.

  • The information cannot be in violation of board policy or state or federal laws.

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