Renee Slack will serve as the elementary assistant principal at Eagle Heights Elementary School starting with the 2019-2020 school year.
In recognition of the current safety barriers related to walking and bicycling to and from school, we believe the safest way to arrive or leave school is by district provided transportation or parent/guardian transportation. Click the link above to read more.
Click on the link above for information about the NEW before and after school care program
Smithville High School received a top ranking by U.S. News & World Report on the "2019 Best High Schools" list. In the state of Missouri, Smithville High School ranked second. Click the link above to read more.
SSD scored 99.6 percent, earning 119.5 out of the 120 possible points on the 2018 report. Click the link above for details.
Congratulations to Lauren Cox, Ian Foster, Seth Kemple, Ethan Kershaw, and Lauren Kirtley for being named Commended Students in the 2019 National Merit® Scholarship Program.
This form can be used by anyone to anonymously alert school counselors of friends who are contemplating suicide, who show signs of suicidal tendency, or who are making decisions that are harmful (such as cutting, drug abuse, alcohol abuse, abusive relationship, etc.). The purpose of this alert is to get help, not to get anyone in trouble. For that reason, this alert goes directly to the counselors in your building, not to building or district administration.
This notification system is not monitored 24/7. If you are submitting this form outside of school hours, you also need to call the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255 or Emergency Services at 911.