Springfield Middle School Grades 6 - 8
Full Day: 7:30 a.m. to 2:40 p.m.
Half Day: 7:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
For information on the Student Health Center located in this building, about the school-based health services Grace Health provides, and for a link to their Student Health Center brochure, please visit the Grace Health website.
In the wake of another school violence incident in our country, school safety is again in the forefront. A key component in ensuring school safety is providing staff and students with a mechanism to report threats. All urgent threats should be reported by calling 911. In non-emergency situations threats can be reported 24/7, and anonymously if needed, using the OK2SAY mobile app, website, email address or tip line. For more information, please go to the OK2SAY website at www.mi.gov/ok2say.
Please use this incident form to report any bullying, threats, or fights.
Your information will remain completely ANONYMOUS!
All students attending Battle Creek Public Schools will be academically competitive, personally skilled, and equipped with the attitudes and understanding needed for success in an evolving and global society.
100% success for every Bearcat.
From the Principal:
Welcome to the new school year!
I would like to thank you for entrusting your students to myself and the wonderful staff that we have here at Springfield Middle. We ask that you have patience with us as the first couple weeks are usually hectic. Welcome packets have been handed out to all students, if you did not receive a packet please contact us and we will be happy to send the packet home with your student. Please take the time to complete the forms in the packet, as they are important to get our year started and includes resources for you.
Breakfast in the Classroom
Springfield Middle School is continuing Breakfast in the Classroom this year. This program is designed to give our students a warm comfortable place to eat breakfast each morning with their peers. This will take place during advisory that starts at 7:35 and ends at 8:00. It will be even more important this year to have our students arrive at school on time for this program to fully succeed.
On this page, there is a link to submit an anonymous form to report any bullying that you may witness. Always feel free to use the form or call my office to set up an appointment to meet with me or Mr. Nordman. Students are welcome to talk to me during the day, along with our Counselor, Ms. Purdy. If there is anything that you would like to share with myself or the staff at Springfield in regards to your child, please feel free to email us.
Once again thank you for entrusting the staff at Springfield Middle School with your students. It's a GREAT DAY TO BE A BEARCAT!!!
CHANGE OF INFORMATION: Please make sure your student(s) contact information is correct and current. It is very important that this information is kept current at all times. Please make sure the contact names are correct as we will NOT release any student to anyone who is not on the master list. Please call or stop by the school office.
All prescribed medications must have a written prescription form from the physician accompanying any medications given out to the students. Please make sure all prescriptions are clearly labeled, including inhalers. Inhalers must have a prescription on the box, or labeled on the inhaler without a box. This ensures us that we are administering the correct medications to your students. Thank you for your cooperation.
REACH Program (Advanced & Accelerated Program for 6th - 8th graders)
21st Century Before and After School Program: