About Our School

Springfield School serves approximately 350 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.

 From the Principal

Dear Springfield Families & Friends,

Let me first begin by saying how much we miss all of our students!  We are concerned for their health and well-being, and yours too.  We ask that you please take this pandemic seriously and help us all stay safe by following the basic protective measures (

Next, we understand many of you are still working and have several children to help, financial concerns, health issues, etc.  We are here to patiently support our students and you throughout this challenging time.  Please do not stress over the school work being pushed out via remote/e-learning.  Teachers are doing their best to provide engaging activities and assignments to keep our students' minds moving forward.  However, you are the parents and they are with you, so you have control to adjust as needed for your child/children.  Again, please contact your teacher via email (or call the school number and leave a message) if you need help or have any questions or concerns.  We also ask for your patience and understanding as we travel this uncharted territory, too.  Our staff are working long hours from home while dealing with their new, but temporary, normal.

Finally, I want to say, very humbly, thank you...

  • To our students -- for stepping up to the challenge of this "new way" of learning, working through the unavoidable inconveniences and obstacles, and committing to their education throughout this difficult time.
  • To our parents, guardians, and extended family members & friends -- for taking on the extra responsibility of helping their children engage in remote learning activities/assignments and partnering with us to provide instruction at home.
  • To our teachers, staff, and specialists -- for demonstrating determination and dedication, creativity, concern, and compassion, all while developing e-learning lessons and navigating new technology platforms.
  • And to our health professionals, truck drivers, grocery store employees, first responders and all other essential operations personnel -- for keeping America up and running and ensuring the continuity of its citizens' protection and care.

Life will get back to normal eventually, but hopefully, after this experience is over, our lives will include more appreciation for our many blessings and freedoms.  Sending each of you good vibes, positive energy, and some much needed sunshine... stay well!

Mrs. Amanda Brown
708.388-4121, Ext. 5136


Springfield School is always looking for parent/community volunteers to help out in various ways.  If you are interested, please contact the school office.  Parent Group meetings take place in Room #10 at 9:30 a.m.  Dates for the 2019-20 school year have been scheduled as follows:

September 18th
November 6th
January 15th
March 11th - CANCELLED
May 15th

To stay current on upcoming activities, friend your Parent Group on Facebook: Springfield School Parent Group .  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.

School Hours

K-8    8:20 a.m. – 2:45 p.m.
AM PreK/EC   8:20 - 11:00 a.m.
PM PreK/EC   12:05 - 2:45 p.m.

Springfield School Supply List

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

Illinois State Board of Education
Illinois School Report Card

Important Dates

Friday, May 1st

School Resumes

SSJHSC Participation

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.