Formal registration for Smyth County Schools' pre-kindergarten and kindergarten programs for 2021-2022 will be held at each of the county's elementary schools on March 10 and 11.
News & Announcements
At their called Board meeting on January 25, the Smyth County School Board approved a return to hybrid instruction beginning on Monday, February 1. A transition to four (4) days per week of in-person instruction will be staggered over several weeks. The diagram illustrates the transition beginning with hybrid for all students February 1 – February 19, then bringing our Pre-Kindergarten – 3rd-grade students back four (4) days per week beginning on February 22 (Wednesdays will continue to be used for teacher planning and virtual remediation). Our 4th-8th grade students will transition to four (4) days per week on March 1 and our 9-12 grade students on March 8. Parents will still have the option to keep their child virtual through the remainder of this academic year.
The after-hours tech support Hotline that was set up at the beginning of the year has been discontinued. If you or your student experience issues with your device or software, please click the heading for this news article for online support pages or contact the school.
If you have been issued an iPad or Chromebook by your school, please read this.
Our CES Fall Title I Family Night will be held Thursday, December 3 from 6:30-7:30. This year's event will be fully virtual. Prodigy Math will hold a virtual session for parents of students in Grades 1-5 about their online resources. You must register for this event by following the link on the attached flyer. There will also be virtual stories presented by school staff on Title I night. We hope you can join us!
Smyth County Public Schools will be closed on Dec. 1, 2020.
Smyth County Schools has published a COVID-19 dashboard to share information about the number of active COVID-19 cases among students and employees.
Families of students who are learning virtually for at least five consecutive days and are eligible for free or reduced price meals are eligible to receive a P-EBT food assistance card this fall. Click the title above for details.
Join us for an evening of spooky fun, family-friendly ghost stories told around a campfire. This is a virtual event hosted by Melanie Smith of Chilhowie Elementary School Library and Chilhowie Public Library.