Score board with lights on, recognizing the Class of 2020
Class of 2020 Photo Credit, John P. Thompson
High school students reading to elementary students for Read Across America
High school students reading to elementary students for Read Across America
Two female students smiling in art class at Springfield Local High School
SLHS students in art class
SLHS students in Mrs. Wilson's class
SLHS students in Mrs. Wilson's class
Photo collage, three photos of SLHS students working on assignments in the science lab.
SLHS students working on assignments in the lab
Mr. DePanicis leading the concert band at the winter performance. 
Band members are on stage playing instruments.
SLHS Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble
Students in Housing and Interiors pose for a  photo in the staff lounge they remodeled.
Students in Housing and Interiors completed a remodel of the staff lounge at the high school.
Photo collage of Springfield Local High School students in classes.
Springfield Local High School students
Three students sitting at table with laptops
Springfield Local High School students in class.
Photo collage of Springfield Local High School students working on class assignments.
Springfield Local High School students working on class assignments
Springfield Local High School Building Front

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Principal's Message

Dear Parents, Guardians & Students, 

We will not be implementing Final Exams this year, but we will be recording a grade for the Final Exam score. Your grade for the final exam will be based on the grades you earn for each of the four nine-week periods. The grades are Alpha in nature, which means letter grade; A=4, B=3, C=2, D=1 and an F=0. The four letter grades will be averaged and that average will determine your exam grade. 

The reason for the adjustment is due to a consensus among staff and the administration that your grade for a course should be primarily based on grades achieved while school was in session. With this format 75% of the grade is based on the aforementioned premise. The grades achieved on-line, or under the distance learning platform will be mitigated and represent only 25% of the final grade. 

In addition, staff members and I felt it would be difficult and perhaps inequitable to prepare and implement a comprehensive exam for students under these circumstances. Thank you for your support and cooperation.

Best Regards, Tony DeFelice High School Principal

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