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Meriah Kirschstein correctly spells the word, university, to claim the title of spelling champion at Springfield Public School.
Meriah Kirschstein, a seventh-grader, is spelling champion at Springfield Public School. She emerged winner from 16 top spellers — four from each of grades 5, 6, 7 and 8, who participated in the spelling bee Friday afternoon. She is the daughter of Matt and Kathy Kirschstein. Maddie McCone, a sixth...
Participants from left, Sarah Kottke, Lexie Groebner Dalton Langseth, Jordyn Plaster, Christopher Thram, Nick Peterson, Connor Scholten, James Coffland. Middle row: Andrew Baumann, Curtis Tauer, Karena Johnson, Meriah Kirschstein, Ethan Langseth, Kendall Kelly, John Ombaye and Ethan Johnson. Back: Jennifer Cook, Hunter Mathiowetz, Sarah Dunn, Elijah Kirschstein.
Twenty students from grades 4-8 at Springfield Public School participated in the 2015 National Geography Bee School Level Competition January 16. The 20 students were determined by a preliminary test with four of the top-scoring students from grades 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 competing in the local bee that...
The Springfield FIRST LEGO League team competed at its regional tournament on Saturday, January 10, in rochester. The team won first place in Robot Design, second place in Programming and Project Presentation, third place in Robot Performance, and fourth place in Core Values. These scores earned...
Two Springfield High School juniors, Abby Baumann and Kaelyn Platz, were among 110 students from 61 high schools who attended Rotary Camp Enterprise November 6, 7 and 8, 2014, at YMCA Camp Ihduhapi at Loretto, Minnesota.   Camp Enterprise is an intensive three-day retreat where qualified high...
Rylee Nelsen carefully places candies on her house.
Biennial first- and second-grade gingerbread houses always a holiday treat   While all elementary classes at Springfield Public Schools have activities that celebrate the Christmas season, few can compare with the excitement generated by the building of gingerbread houses.  Indeed, the highlight...
The Springfield High School recently conducted a food drive. The competition was between grades to see who could bring in the most items. Monetary donations were also accepted and each dollar collected counted as two items. A total of 703 food items and $2,775.27 were collected for the Springfield...

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