How to celebrate Springfield High School’s 70th anniversary

A year ago today, Springfield High’s graduating class graduated from their high school.

Today, the graduating class is graduating from a new high school that opened in 2018.

The school opened to the public in 2018 and has already received more than 1,200 applications.

For the first time ever, the school will be open for students to apply online for admission.

And while it was a little confusing to have a class of graduates in front of us today, it’s a great day for the school.

The Springfield High graduating class includes a lot of people from across the city.

I had a chance to talk to a lot more than just the class of 2018.

Here are a few of the highlights.

The graduating class, with many of the graduates in attendance, include: Dwayne Williams, principal, Springfield Public Schools Dwayne, you’re one of the people who has helped bring this school back from the brink of closing.

The closing of Springfield High was very hard on us, Dwayne said.

We were forced to go through a number of challenges.

It’s always difficult for us when the school closes, he said.

In 2015, Springfield’s enrollment dropped by nearly 8,000 students.

The closure left the district without enough funding to keep the school open.

With the closing of the school, the district had to take the next best option, he added.

This is not an easy time for the community.

It was not easy for us, but it was an incredibly difficult decision to make.

We knew that our students needed to be educated, Dyson said.

But we also knew that this was going to be a challenging decision for them.

That’s why we decided to reopen the school to students.

We hope that Springfield High can be a safe and supportive place to be, she said.

With that said, the city has been able to work with the district to get the school back on track.

The first class of incoming students will begin class on Monday.

We’ve already had about 1,300 applications and are looking for a total of 5,000 new students to come in this fall.

Dyson added that the school’s staff is working hard to get students into their classrooms as quickly as possible.

In the coming weeks, the students will be given a break from school to meet with a teacher and other staff to review their plans and apply for scholarships.

Dwayne was particularly pleased with the school board’s commitment to helping students succeed in their education.

I feel really fortunate to have worked with the board to ensure that Springfield can continue to be this kind of place to go to school and learn.” “

This school was founded to be an institution that teaches the values of inclusion and acceptance.

I feel really fortunate to have worked with the board to ensure that Springfield can continue to be this kind of place to go to school and learn.”

The school will reopen on Monday, Nov. 1, 2018, from 6:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m., Dwayne explained.

“The goal is to be open from 7 a.mi. to 6 p. m.,” he said, but he expects that some students will not be able to attend on Monday due to weather conditions.

We’re still very excited to be here.

We really believe in the kids coming here and the school is here to serve them.

Drewyn said it’s very rewarding to see a school reopen after a year of closure.

This school was always going to reopen this year, he continued.

We always felt that this school was going out of business.

We still feel that the students are here and that this is a great place to do business.

Dreon Williams, president, Springfield School District The district opened the new Springfield High High School in 2017.

The new school, which opened to students on Nov. 15, 2018 will now have classes starting on Monday from 6 a.