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From the Principal

Springfield School serves approximately 400 pre-kindergarten through sixth grade students.  Our school community focuses on providing a safe and nurturing environment that encourages life-long learning while providing a challenging education.  Students are guided to develop positive social skills to encourage their growth as productive and responsible citizens.  The teachers at Springfield are dedicated professionals who work hard to ensure a positive and supportive environment for every student.  We strive to develop a partnership with our families to ensure the best education for our students.


                                                                                                 Adam Thorns

The students at Springfield School will be participating in the Walk-a-thon on Friday, May 8. 

2015-2016 Kindergarten Registration is currently taking place in Kolmar's office. It is important for our future planning to let us know if you, your family, or your neighbors have an incoming kindergartener.

The next parent group meeting will be held Wednesday, May 6 at 12:30pm.  Please visit the Parent Group’s Facebook page: MSD 143 – Springfield School.

I Love to Read Week will take place from May 18-May 22.  Please look for information coming home that details activities s the students will be doing.

Please remember that Friday, May 22 is a 1/2 day for students. There is no school Monday, May 25 for Memorial Day.

Don't forget that every Tuesday is Springfield Night at Kenootz Pizzeria. Just mention Springfield School when you order and 25% of your sale comes back to our school.




Please go to the Midlothian School District 143 REGISTRATION page for all of the details.

Supply List:

Springfield School Supply List - All Grades for 2014-2015

Illinois State Board of Education

Illinois School Report Card


Springfield Parent Group

Please visit the Parent Group’s new Facebook page: MSD 143 – Springfield School.


Market Day

(Clickable Link)

May 14

4:00-5:00 p.m.

in the Media Center.


Sixth grade students are encouraged to try-out for the various sports and academic competitions through their respective junior highs.   Information will be made available throughout the year.