Congratulations to this year's Spearfish High School All-State Chorus students: Faith Burnett, Izaak Colgrove, Makenna Dupont, Brady Greger, Brenden Miller, Elsie Miller, Emma Murphy, Tristen Olsson, Grace Raad, Arianna Scherer, Halle Seyer, Carson Sleep
Spearfish Schools receives "Award of Excellence"
Spearfish Economic Development Corporation award is granted in recognition of outstanding achievement in community development and for exemplifying dedication and commitment to capital investment, job creation and leadership.
Spearfish American Legion Teacher of the Year
Spearfish Middle School Teacher of the Year
Creekside Teacher of the Year
High School Students of the Month
Congratulations to December high school students of the month: Michael Chaffin, Carson Sleep, and Vivian Steckline.
Creekside Elementary Above and Beyond Winners November 2016
3rd-Seth Norman, Alexander Van Osdol, Alyssa Kline, Alexis Hayford, Michael Porter, Brenna Haivila, Olivia Jacobs, Conner Bonebrake
4th-Abby Edwards, Brodhi Umberger, Owen Schnabel, Elyse Friedrich, Samya Gomez-Varela, Kinzee Schenk, Rylie Sleep, Blaze O’Berry
5th-Haylon Heiting, Gavin Thomson, Alyvia Garcia, Taytum , Kiana Stahlecker, Caleb Redinger, Andra Huiner
Creekside Elementary Respect Students of the Month
Jozie Dana, Shaylen Starr, Sofie Guthmiller, Payge Davis, Kali Reiners
High School Character Students of the Month
Congratulations to Brady Greger and Hannah Paschke on being nominated and selected as the Spearfish High School November Character Students of the Month!
High School All State Band
Congratulations to Kaylee DuPont and Tessa Sleep for being selected into South Dakota All State Band
Academic speech and debate All-Americans
SHS Seniors Olivia Smith and Brian Waugh named Academic speech and debate All-Americans
All State Jazz Band
SHS Sophomore Logan Smith was selected to South Dakota All State Jazz Band
SDASSP Academic All State Team
SHS seniors Olivia Smith, Bryan Waugh, and Kayla Huber named to the 2nd team SDASSP Academic All State Team. Chelsea Hintgen named to the 3rd team. Bryan Waugh and Kayla Huber each received a $1000 scholarship from Daktronics. Only 5 of the scholarships were awarded in the entire state