Attention: Students who participated in before and after-school programs and were in grades 1-7 the 19-20 school year are invited to join us for a virtual summer program. You should have received a letter with your report card. Program dates May 26-June12
Attention All Incoming Freshmen: Join us for an exciting Virtual Freshmen Bridge Program. Details were sent to you with your report card. Mrs. Krissa Hackett will be sending you an invitation through her Google Classroom.
Happy Earth Day! Today is the 50th anniversary of the first earth day celebrated April 22, 1970. https://www.earthday.org/earth-day-challenge/
Per Governor Lee's recommendation, Smith County Schools will be closed for the remainder of the school year. More information will be forthcoming regarding the closure through our website https://www.smithcoedu.com/
Smith County Schools will extend closure through Friday, May 1st due to COVID-19. Please note the previous announcement regarding school closure was through April 24th. This is the latest information regarding Smith County Schools closure. Smith County Schools will continue to monitor information and recommendations regarding COVID-19 as it comes available.
Smith County Schools are now closed until Monday, April 27th per the recommendation of Governor Lee. We will continue to provide information as it becomes available.
A huge shout out to our Smith County school nutrition staff, our teachers and administrators that fed over 800 meals to kids here in Smith County today. Great Job!
Smith County Schools will now be closed through Friday, April 3, 2020. The Smith County Board of Education will continue to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic and follow CDC and TDOE guidelines. Please continue to check our website for details. smithcoedu.com
Smith County Schools will be closed next week 3/15-3/20. All facilities closed and activities cancelled. Breakfast and lunch will be available at SCHS, GES, UHS, and DES. See "News" article for full details.
The health and safety of the Smith County School System — students, teachers, staff and volunteers—is our top priority. We are closely monitoring the reports and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Tennessee Department of Education as well as local public health organizations, and are working to ensure that we do everything we can during this rapidly changing situation.
Smith County Schools are implementing preventive measures in regards to the Coronavirus. We want our staff, students, and parents to know we are taking the recommended CDC and TDOE prevention guidelines. Our staff is sanitizing schools and buses daily and thoroughly cleaning frequently touched surfaces and stocking schools with extra soap, paper towels, and disinfectant wipes. Teachers will be allowing more time for hand-washing and the school system has provided guidance to principals to help support them in making the best possible decisions for their students, school, and community.
We are excited to announce our new website! The Live Feed is where you can find important updates and fun stories about what's happening in school. We hope you enjoy the new site and find it easy to navigate!