One of the many events we'll be sad to miss this spring is our Volunteer Appreciation Breakfast. Over the course of a school year, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of volunteer hours selflessly committed to Springmont for the benefit of our students and community. We may not be able to celebrate together, but from a distance, we want to extend our sincere appreciation to everyone who has given so generously of themselves. From Room Parents and Event Chairs to Campus Workday volunteers and far, far beyond, you all have made an important and lasting impact on our school. Thank you!
Our school community's response to our virtual Field Day on Friday was absolutely amazing! Thank you, parents, for sending so many wonderful pictures and videos. Our students' enthusiasm and energy are contagious - in a good way! Thanks to PE Teacher Tiffany Orem for her creativity and hard work and to our families for making the best of a trying situation! Look for more pictures on Facebook!
Directed by Music Teacher Carissa Gibson, Upper Elementary students treated our entire community including grandparents and special friends to a wonderful performance on Sunday!
Five Springmont students have been selected as Winners in the 2020 River of Words Environmental Art & Poetry Project! Pictured below are the winning art entries created by Gabriel Steagall, Gabe Wolfersberger, Brodie Khajavi and Thomas Friedline. Brielle Cliett's poem My Adventure with Ceasar was a 2020 Poetry National Finalist, Category I. The contest, open to K-12th grade students, is part of an international environmental art and poetry project begun in 1995 designed to nurture respect and understanding of our natural world. River of Words encourages students to create art and poetry as powerful communication tools for environmental awareness. Springmont has participated in this contest for 11 years and is proud to have had at least one winner annually! The official ceremony recognizing the winners was supposed to be Sunday, May 3.