The Smyth County School Board has approved the following graduation dates for the Class of 2019:
|Alternative Education||6 pm Thursday, May 2, at Chilhowie High School|
|Smyth Career & Technology Center||7 pm Tuesday, May 14, at Chilhowie High School|
|Northwood High School||7 pm Thursday, May 16, at Northwood High School|
|Chilhowie High School||6 pm Friday, May 17, at Chilhowie High School|
|Marion Senior High School||8 pm Friday, May 17, at Marion Senior High School|
Thursday, Aug. 8, will be the first day of the 2019-2020 school year. The School Board adopted the 2019-2020 calendar at its March meeting. More details…
Molly Rhudy, a senior at Chilhowie High School, won state championships in the 55 meter dash and the long jump at the VHSL 2A State Indoor Championship held February 25—26 at Roanoke College. She set a new 2A state meet record with a time of 7.27 in the 55 meter dash finals.
Formal registration for Smyth County Schools’ pre-kindergarten and kindergarten programs for 2019-2020 will be held at each of the county’s elementary schools on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 from 8:30 a.m.–6:30 p.m. and Thursday, March 14, 2019 from 8:30 a.m.–4:00 p.m. The child must be a resident of Smyth County and reside in the school’s attendance area. If you are unsure of your attendance area, please contact the Smyth County School Board Office at 276-783-3791.
To qualify for pre-kindergarten, the child must be four years old on or before September 30, 2019. A state-certified copy of your child’s birth certificate and verification of your family’s income is needed when applying for this program. To qualify for kindergarten, the child must be five years old on or before September 30, 2019. A state certified copy of your child’s birth certificate is required for enrollment. Proof of immunizations and a current physical exam are required by August 1, 2019.
Contact the school in your attendance area for more information.
The Virginia Department of Education has released Smyth County's School Quality Profile. The School Quality Profiles provide information about student achievement, college and career readiness, program completion, school safety, teacher quality and other topics of interest to parents and the general public. School Quality Profiles are available for schools, school divisions and for the Commonwealth.
Smyth County Schools and the Virginia Department of Education are seeking input from parents of students with disabilities in Smyth County. Below are links that will take you to an online survey where you can voice your opinion of your experience with Smyth County Schools in serving your child.
Smyth County Public Schools have launched the Strive for 5 campaign to reduce the number of students who are chronically absent. Details…
PowerSchool, PowerTeacher, and Parent Portal are now available on a new server: