Spring Creek Mission Statement

We are all connected.

At Spring Creek, we are Leaders Ascending to Excellence

To ensure all students make continuous progress in a positive and engaging learning environment

Be Kind, Be Safe, Be Responsible

Enrolling a Student for the first time at our school?

Prior to coming to the school complete the information required online at
(a computer will be available at the school if you
prefer to do this when you come to register.)

Bring the following:
Child's Original Birth Certificate
Immunization Record
Proof of Residence

Calendar (link on homepage)

Faculty (see class website page)

Class Supply & Donation List

Lunch Schedule


Questions About Attendance Policies?

District Attendance Policy
Elementary Attendance Policy
When Should I Keep My Student Home?

Pre-Approved Absence Request
English  Spanish

Build the Habit of Good Attendance Early
English  Spanish

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Student Drop Off & Pick Up

As we all know the design of our parking lot is challenging at best. We really need your help in keeping students and others safe. We ask that you watch for the adults trying to help students cross at the designated crosswalks. You must yield to those in the crosswalks.
Please use the following guidelines as you drop off and pick up your students.




Just a reminder that the school building opens and breakfast is served beginning at 8:00 a.m. We want to keep your children safe and limited supervision begins at 8:00 a.m. Thank you for helping us with this responsibility by dropping your children off after 8:00 a.m.
We are also offering some before school classes for students that would like to attend -- Open Gym, Library and Art. These classes begin at 8:15 and students should eat breakfast first.


Questions About Bringing Food Items to Celebrate Birthdays?

Parents are encouraged to provide healthy food options or non-food items
to students for birthdays, celebrations or parties.
Foods of minimal nutritional value may not be sold in school stores.
All food snack choices offered must be less than 200 calories.
See Policy Here



Pets- The County Health Department has made some changes to their guidelines related to animals in public buildings.   Dogs, cats, birds, and other creatures that trigger allergies will not be  permitted in a classroom unless there is prior approval.