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  • Fifth-graders may apply for transitional transfer for the 2023-2024 school year beginning Nov. 2

    SPS fifth-graders have the opportunity to request a transitional transfer for the 2023-2024 school year to a middle school of their choice that is open to transfers. Students interested in this option may submit requests between 7:30AM, Wednesday, Nov 2 and 4:30PM, Friday, Dec 9.

    This type of transfer is offered as part of Springfield Public Schools'  open enrollment option. If your child plans to attend the middle school assigned to them based on the student's home address, no action is needed.

    If your child is on transfer to a current elementary and you would like them to attend the connected middle school, you will need to submit a request to transfer to that middle school.

    The transitional transfer request form for the 2023-2024 school year must be completed electronically. Requests are granted on a first come, first serve basis determined by an electronic time/date stamp.

    If your student is interested, visit www.sps.org/transfers to learn more.

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  • HALLPASS VIDEO

    Welcome to HALLPASS, the new SPS security scanning program. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY  ALL visitors, guests, parents, volunteers, etc, 18 and older, MUST BE REGISTERED thru the Main Office prior to proceeding beyond the main lobby area during school hours. The process is simple and only takes a couple minutes. Your State or Federal issued picture ID will be scanned thru the system searching for any type of security issues. A badge will be printed, must be worn during your visit, and returned to the Main Office when you checkout. We urge you to come in at your convenience and PRE-REGISTER to avoid any long lines during a daytime school event. SECURITY IS A TOP PRIORITY for SPS, and HALLPASS is one of many new measures to keep all Students, Staff, Visitors safe at all times. 

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