NHS Rolls Out Smyth County's First 1:1 Student Tech Device Program
Smyth County Instructional Technology Resource Teacher Couliette Goodwin teaches Northwood High School students how to use their new Chromebooks on the first day of the school's 1:1 technology rollout. All Northwood High ninth-graders are eligible to receive a Google Chromebook through the Virginia e-Learning Backpack Initiative. Chromebooks are laptops that run Google's streamlined operating system, and provide students with access to online learning, content creation, and collaboration tools.
Smyth County Schools Closed
Nov. 26-28 for Thanksgiving
Smyth County Schools will be closed Wednesday, Nov. 26, through Friday, Nov. 28, for the Thanksgiving holiday. Classes resume at the regular time on Monday, Dec. 1.
School Board to Meet Dec. 8
The Smyth County School Board will hold its December meeting at 5:00 pm Monday, Dec. 8, in the board meeting room, 121 Bagley Circle, Suite 300, Marion, Va.
School System to Provide Health Screenings for Students
As required by law, Smyth County Schools will provide health screenings for some students during the first 60 days of school. Please see the Smyth County Schools Health Services webpage for more details.
VRS Offers Learning Resources for Hybrid Retirement Plan
The Virginia Retirement System (VRS) offers a variety of learning resources for current Smyth County School Board employees who are interested in the VRS Hybrid Retirement Plan. Details…