Welcome back, everyone! Mascot Day will once again be virtual this year in order to keep our community safe! Please be sure to complete all of these steps by 8/2 in order to receive an email from us on Friday, August 6th giving you access to your teacher assignments.
The first day of school is Monday, August 9, 2021.





This year, we have a comprehensive packet to help you quickly complete back to school forms, sign up for volunteer opportunities, and make back to school purchases through the Springhill PFC website.


Returning users must login and update their personal information and directory desires and their students' information in order to remain active. New Users will create a new account (follow prompts). 





Support our school and show your Springhill pride with your spirit wear purchases. There are offerings for kids and adults. Visit the Springhill Spirit Wear online store:




In the past, Scorpion Day has been an on-campus event where students received their teacher assignments. It was also an opportunity to learn about the different clubs and extra-curricular programs that Springhill has to offer. This year, we are taking Scorpion Day online. Take a look below to find out more!



Teacher assignments will be posted to the parent portal through Aeries on the evening of Friday, August 6th. Below is the schedule for the rolling release of teacher assignments. In order to access this information, be sure you have completed the registration process on ahead of time. You can log onto the Aeries Parent Portal at your assigned time to view teacher assignments for your child(ren) for the 2021-2022 school year! The times are staggered to avoid overloading our server. We respectfully ask that you not try to log in early so we can avoid crashing the system. 
- 5:00 pm - TK, K, and 1st Grade families 

- 6:00 pm - 2nd and 3rd Grade families

- 7:00 pm - 4th and 5th Grade families

Springhill Elementary School Parent Faculty Club (Springhill PFC) is the primary link between parents, teachers and staff. The PFC facilitates school volunteerism, hosts social events and fundraisers, publishes the e-newsletter "Springhill Spotlight" and much more. 

We envision a welcoming school community, free of bias and discrimination, where every individual can be seen and celebrated for their uniqueness. Our mission is to develop contributing, global citizens by integrating the values of anti-racism, advocacy, social justice, and equity. Click here to learn more

Are you new to Springhill? Start here.





"Getting the Springhill Band Back Together!"

Tickets are on sale for our annual Springhill Parent Party that will be held on Sunday, October 3rd from 1-6PM.  Check your open forms section of the PFC website to buy tickets.  Reconnect and meet new families. Join, PFC President, Jeni Kim and her Family in their backyard for some live music, food trucks, and mingling.  Let’s band together to make this year memorable.

>>Click here to learn more<<


Smart Kids. Healthy Choices.

What makes Choicelunch different than other school lunch programs? Simple. We empower kids to make healthy choices. That's why our model lets kids pick their own sides and drinks with every meal. Our entire staff is devoted to listening to kids' input and refining our menus accordingly. For a growing number of schools and parents, that's what makes Choicelunch the lunch of choice. 

>> Click here to learn more <<


Our monthly social meetings are a great way to plan events and get to know one another. We also sponsor work days  around the school, volunteer at the Parent Social, and help out however needed. Attendance at any event is voluntary and any dad can participate as much or as little as he likes. More info to come!

                                                                                                   >>Click here to learn more<<


The Read Across America breakfast is a fun family breakfast that kicks off a week celebrating the joy and love of reading. There will be crafts, treats, and fun for all!

>> Click here to learn more <<


The Lafayette Reservoir Run for Education, better known as the "ResRun," is a super fun community-wide, family and pet-friendly event that raises money for Lafayette public schools. Participants of all ages can run, walk or stroll along a 10k, 5k, or 2-mile fun run course on the streets of beautiful downtown Lafayette. 

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the current pandemic, the status of the ResRun is unknown. The physical race may be replaced with a virtual race. Please check back this fall for updates and details.

>> Click here to learn more <<



Cub Scouting is fun for the whole family. In Scouting, boys and girls start with their best right now selves and grow into their very best future selves. It's fun, hans-on learning and achievement that put kids in the middle of the action and prepare them for today – and for life.

Contact Erik Darby at for more information about Cub Scouts troops already established at Springhill and new troops.


With Girl Scouts, your girl(s) will have an awesome time exploring the world, learning about science, discovering nature, and lots more! 




As a Daisy, Brownie, or Junior Girl Scout they can: 

  • Earn cool badges and patches
  • Run their own cookie business
  • Make new friends
  • Go to camp and experience the outdoors
  • Earn their Bronze Award…and more!

Contact Kris Fogarty at to learn more about the Kindergarten/Daisy troop and Girl Scout troops already established at Springhill.


                                                              >> Click here to learn more <<


Before and after school care offered at Happy Days Learning Center

  • Convenient location across from Acalanes High School
  • Transportation to/from Springhill included
  • Dedicated learning/homework time daily
  • Two large playgrounds
  • Extended care offered on days when Springhill is closed
  • Engaging summer programs
  • Open 7am to 6pm year-round

Call (925) 932-8088 or email us at to schedule a tour of our facility, or to get more information, go to:


Kid's Hideout is an extension of learning through hands-on activities.

Our program endeavors to provide warm, nurturing, creative and stimulating environment for your child. We provide a quality enrichment program, which includes creative art, sports, drama, cooking, cultural awareness and field trips into our community during summer camp. The teachers plan the activities according to age and skill levels.


Families that need care can sign up on our website, through we currently have a waitlist. 

Contact Information: (925) 283-7808





Join Viva el Español and learn Spanish through games, songs, stories and art projects. This full-immersion approach is offered before school several times a week, which assists in

reinforcing lessons leaned.  Students will learn vocabulary related to a variety of everyday themes, practice using it within sentences, and practice using it within sentences, and master many useful phrases. They will also learn about various traditions of different Spanish speaking countries. Curriculum for continuing students builds on what they have learned in previous years, expanding to new subject areas and more complex phrases.

Due to uncertainties about the possibility and timing of returning to in-person Spanish classes on campus, we are opening registration for classes in an online format. If/when we are able to return to in-person classes, all tuition from online classes will be automatically rolled over to in-person classes.


Note that in-person class schedules will be adjusted on a school-by-school basis to allow kids time to get to/from school. If we are unable to offer an in-person class that works with your child’s regular school day schedule, the remaining tuition will be refunded in full.


Please email us at or call us at 925-962-9177 if you have any questions or problems registering.

 >>Click here to learn more<<


OOTM proves that students can have fun while they learn.

For more than forty years, this unique program has helped teachers generate excitement in their students. Odyssey of the Mind teaches students how to think in different ways by providing open-ended problems that appeal to a wide range of interests. Students learn how to identify challenges and to think creatively to solve those problems. They are free to express their ideas and suggestions without fear of criticism. The creative problem-solving process rewards thinking beyond the box. 

>> Click here to learn more <<


SEED is a Lafayette-based volunteer-run Community Organization dedicated to supporting the Special Ed community. We serve families whose children have an IEP, 504, or who are simply struggling. SEED builds productive relationships between our parents and with our District and provides targeted programming to address diverse learning needs.


Some of what we do…

Parent Education & Forums

Special Ed and Early Intervention Classroom Enrichment

Teacher Training & Development Grants

Diverse Ability Awareness and Simulations

Kids Social Support

Parents Social Support


>> Visit us at <<


Calling all Adventurers! Sienna Ranch's school year nature programs offer fun outdoor activities, hiking through our hills, visiting our animals, building nature based crafts, making new friends, and more! Come learn about our land, outdoor skills, and spend time observing our wildlife. Classes are after school from 3:15pm-6pm. We also have daytime options for preschoolers and homeschoolers. Session 1 & 2 are open for registration now. If you have any questions you can reach out to Julie, the Business Director, at or call 925-283-6311. Visit the website for more information on timings and session dates as well as pricing here. Register for Session 1 and Session 2 here. Sibling and Multi-Class Discounts available as well. 

                                                                >> Click here to learn more <<


Camps, Classes & Events for Kids, Adults & Seniors

We are proud to offer a wide range of classes, camps and events for the whole family!

>> Click here to learn more <<


PFC Registration


Our Springhill PFC Website is where you will access the school directory, sign up for the Springhill Spotlight newsletter, select your volunteer interests, and make purchases like spirit wear and yearbook.

Aeries Portal



New this year, students will receive their teacher assignments online!

Anyone who has completed the required Aeries registration process will be able to login to Aeries to access teacher assignments.


To ensure you receive your information in a timely manner, please be sure to complete all registration steps. Please follow the steps in the Aeries Portal to verify your residency and register your child(ren) for the 2021-2022 school year.


 >> Click Here to Login to Aeries <<

New to Springhill?

Please register here.