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 School 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,

Well, as of today, we have successfully welcomed back in-person students at all grade levels (K-6).  What a process!  Glad to report that all three phases went smoothly, and it has been such a joy to have smiling kiddos (yes, they are smiling under those masks!) back in our building.  A special thank you to everyone who made this possible.  So much work went into planning, preparing, and executing each phase, and I truly appreciate the teamwork and collective efforts demonstrated by our parents, students, and staff!

We are quickly approaching the final days of our 1st trimester, with the grading period ending on Friday, November 20th.  Both in-person and remote students should take advantage of these last weeks and seek assistance with any incomplete and/or missing work from teachers during their office hours @ 1:20 - 2:20 p.m., Monday - Thursday.  This one hour is especially set aside each day for students to catch up on anything they still need to do, ask questions, and/or receive necessary help.  It is also when they can engage in activities in our Specials areas:  Art, Music, and Physical Education.

While traditionally this is a time of year when many of us look forward to having a big holiday dinner with family and friends, for many of us, that will not be possible this year due to health and safety concerns stemming from the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.  While for some this is may be simply an inconvenience, for others it is going to increase feelings of isolation, depression, and anxiety.  Please know that our Student Support Team here at Springfield School is ready and willing to help assist our families in any way we can.  Never hesitate to reach out to myself and/or Mrs. Lori Dumroese (Social Worker)

The real gift of gratitude is that the more grateful you are, the more present you are.”- Robert Holden. 

Wishing you and yours a Thanksgiving filled with peace, joy, hope, and love.

Mrs. Brown

Mrs. Amanda Brown
708.388-4121, Ext. 5136



School Day
(as of 10/27/20)

PRE-SCHOOL (all remote)
A.M. PreK @ 8:20 - 11:00 a.m.
P.M. PreK @ 12:05 - 2:45 p.m.

A.M. Class (in person) @ 8:20 - 10:50 a.m.
P.M. Class (remote) @ 12:05 - 2:35 p.m.

All students @ 8:20 a.m. - 12:20 p.m.
Plus 1 hour of independent work outside of the instructional school day, suggested @ 1:20 - 2:20 p.m. (Monday - Thursday only)



Illinois State Board of Education
Illinois School Report Card


Monday, 11/2
Teacher Institute
No School

Tuesday, 11/3
Election Day
No School

Monday, 11/9
Remote Planning Day
No School

Wednesday, 11/11
Veterans Day
School in Session

Friday, 11/20
End of Trimester 1

Wednesday, 11/25
School Improvement Day
Student dismissal at 10:50 a.m.
(No P.M. classes)

Thursday, 11/26
Friday, 11/27
Thanksgiving Break
No School


Grab-and-Go Meals
No Cost (FREE) Breakfasts/Lunches

  • In-Person students will receive meals daily (M - F) at dismissal
  • Remote students can continue to pick up meals on Mondays & Thursdays @ 7:30 - 9:30 a.m. at Kolmar and Central Park Schools


SSJHSC Participation (suspended until further notice)

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.