It’s Way Back When-sday! This week we are featuring the Fall Musical of 1999. Do you recognize anyone?
1 day ago, Smithville School District
dancers on stage in fall musical 1999
It's Way Back When-sday! Do you recognize anyone on the 1993 girls' track team?
9 days ago, Smithville School District
The 1993 girls' track team poses for a team photo
Kelley Huff, PAT Educator, hosted a Thrive by Five Playgroup and Storytime on Thursday. During this time little ones are given the opportunity to socialize through play, crafts, and clean up, as well as practice listening and following instructions during a structured storytime. This is a chance to introduce children to social/group dynamics that help prepare them for school. Parents as Teachers (PAT) is serving the future warriors of Smithville School District. If you have a baby, toddler or preschooler, we are here to serve your family. PAT is a free early childhood family education program to assist and support families in preparing their children for success in school and beyond. For more information about the PAT program, contact grusenmm@smithville.k12.mo.us, or enroll at https://docs.google.com/.../1FAIpQLSfZfTyQcZuQ01.../viewform.
11 days ago, Smithville School District
Little girl bring teacher her matching glove
Little boy brings teacher his matching glove
Parent sings along with little ones
Toddler girl stands by desk
During PE classes at Smithville Middle School this week, Midwest Adaptive Sports, a local non-profit organization providing therapeutic recreational and competitive sports programs for individuals with disabilities taught SMS students the "ins and outs" of how others play!
13 days ago, Smithville School District
Student in wheel chair shoots basket
Students wheel around gym in wheelchairs
Students wheel around gym in wheelchairs
Students walk in gym with vision impairment goggles
It's Way Back When-sday! Can you name any cheerleaders from the 1973 cheer team?
16 days ago, Smithville School District
1973 cheerleaders pose for picture
No School on Monday, January 16th. Happy Martin Luther King Jr Day!
21 days ago, Smithville School District
No School Monday, January 16th, Happy MLK Day, I have a dream
This Way Back When-sday features the 1964 boys' varsity basketball team. Can you name anyone?
23 days ago, Smithville School District
1964 boys' basketball team poses for picture
Join us in welcoming School Resource Officer Chris Mendoza to the Smithville School District!
24 days ago, Smithville School District
Officer Chris Mendoza is joining the Smithville School District as a School Resource Officer. Officer Mendoza has been with the Smithville Police Department for 14 years. He is a Defensive Tactics Instructor, Field Training Officer, and De-escalation Instructor, among many other professional accomplishments. His interest in becoming a School Resource Officer was sparked by being a part of the WatchDog Program.
The Warrior Closet is a free program set up through the Smithville School District that allows families to have accessibility to the school supplies, clothing, and hygiene items that they need.
29 days ago, Smithville School District
Thursday, January 12 4PM- 6PM;  Saturday, January 21 10AM- 12PM; Tuesday, February 7th 4PM-6PM; Thursday, February 9th 4PM-6PM;  Saturday, February 25th 10AM- 12PM; Tuesday, March 7th 4PM-6PM; Behind Smithville Middle School in the trailers 575 S Commercial Ave. Smithville, MO 64089
It's Way Back When-sday! Does anyone recognize these Smithville High School faculty members?
30 days ago, Smithville School District
Woman sitting at desk
Man sitting at desk
Woman using typewriter
Man sitting with guitar
Welcome Back Warriors! School resumes on Tuesday, January 3rd.
about 1 month ago, Smithville School District
Welcome back Smithville Warriors school resumes on Tuesday January 3rd
Another Way Back When-sday! Today's post features the 1991 wrestling team. Recognize any wrestlers?
about 1 month ago, Smithville School District
1991 Wrestling Team poses for picture
It's Way Back When-sday! This week's picture is of the Pink Ladies and their escorts performing in the 1988 Grease musical. Can you put names to the faces?
about 1 month ago, Smithville School District
1988 Grease musical pink ladies and escorts
Another Way Back When-sday! This week's is the 1990 FHA. Can you name anyone?
about 2 months ago, Smithville School District
FHA poses for picture
It's Way Back When-sday! Recognize any of the performers in the 1977 stage band?
about 2 months ago, Smithville School District
1977 stage band poses for picture
SHS Cadet Teachers have spent the past month working on a client-connected project for the Smithville School District. Cadet teachers were tasked with creating lessons and teaching sessions to K-1st, 2nd-3rd, and 4th-6th graders at each elementary building. On Monday, they hosted their Holidays Around the World Event. Great work Cadet Teachers!
about 2 months ago, Smithville School District
Collage of cadet teachers working with elementary students. Holidays around the world - cadet teachers
Join in our holiday cheer with the Smithville School District holiday concerts!
2 months ago, Smithville School District
2022 Holiday Concerts
Please welcome Dr. Mark Maus to our District today! He is one of the four finalists for superintendent in the Smithville School District. He is currently the Executive Director of 7-12 Academics in the North Kansas City School District. He has held this position for four years and has successfully led the district in the Real World Learning initiative. Prior to that he was the Executive Director of Human Resources for three years. Mark grew up in Smithville and is a Smithville High School graduate. He began his teaching career as an Algebra 1 teacher at Oak Park High School in North Kansas City for seven years. He then served as a high school principal for six years, with the last three of those years as the principal at Oak Park High School. Dr. Maus received his Bachelors' Degree from Northwest State University, where he also received his Masters' Degree. He received both his Specialists' and Doctorate degrees from UMKC. Dr. Maus will be meeting with a variety of focus groups throughout the day today and touring our district and community. He will complete his day in Smithville with an interview with the Board of Education this evening. The public is invited to meet Dr. Maus at 5:00 p.m. at the Smithville High School Performing Arts Center.
2 months ago, Smithville School District
Superintendent Search
Please welcome Craig Marshall to our District today! He is one of the four finalists for superintendent in the Smithville School District. He is currently the superintendent in Burlington, KS, where he has successfully led the district for the last seven years. Craig is a native of Pittsburg, KS. He began his teaching career in Central Kansas, where he taught for 11 years as an elementary, middle, and high school physical education teacher. He was an elementary principal for 15 years, with 10 of those years in McPherson, KS. Mr. Marshall received his Bachelors' Degree from Pittsburg State University. He received his Masters' Degree from Fort Hays State University. He received his credentials for District Leadership from Fort Hays State University as well. Mr. Marshall will be meeting with a variety of focus groups throughout the day today and touring our district and community. He will complete his day in Smithville with an interview with the Board of Education this evening. The public is invited to meet Mr. Marshall at 5:00 p.m. at the Smithville High School Performing Arts Center.
2 months ago, Smithville School District
Superintendent Search
Please welcome Denise Harwood to our district today! She is one of the four finalists for superintendent in the Smithville School District. She is currently the interim superintendent in Smithville, MO. Denise is a native of Central Missouri where she began her teaching career as a 6th, 7th and 8th grade teacher during her six years of teaching. Most of her teaching experience was in Eldon, Mo, where she was able to advance to the elementary building principal's position, which she held for six years. Denise then moved to Smithville, first as an assistant principal and then to a building principal position. She was an elementary principal in Smithville for six years before advancing to a District leadership position. She has successfully served the District as the Director of Student Services for the last two years, prior to being named interim superintendent this year. Ms. Harwood received her Bachelors' Degree from Lincoln University in Jefferson City. She received her Masters' Degree from William Woods University and her Specialists' Degree from the University of Missouri - Columbia. Ms. Harwood will be meeting with a variety of focus groups throughout the day today and touring our district and community. She will complete her day in Smithville with an interview with the Board of Education this evening. The public is invited to meet Ms. Harwood at 5:00 p.m. at the Smithville High School Performing Arts Center.
2 months ago, Smithville School District
Superintendent Search