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Community Service Opportunities

The Friends of Smithfield Cemeteries is looking for volunteers to assist with the maintenance of the 119 cemeteries in the Town of Smithfield.  This is a great opportunity for community service hours.  

Please contact Mr. Buonaccorsi (349-4074) or Mr. Burns (447-0100) for more information.  

Check out their Facebook Page.

Tammy Koller named Smithfield High School Assistant Principal for 17-18 School Year

 SHS is proud to announce that Tammy Koller will serve as Assistant Principal for the 17/18 school year.  

Please click here for the full press release.  

Class of 2017 Graduation Info (Updated 5/15)

Please check back often for updates. 

Senior Prom Dismissal Info Read more »

Senior Prom Early Dismissal Requirements - Seniors only!

The following requirements will apply to the individual members of the senior class (only) as of May 5th, 2017. Read more »

Open Enrollment - CTE Pathways

 

Smithfield High School is proud to announce that our three Career and Technical Education (CTE) programs are now accepting applications for open enrollment from all students, including those from outside of the Smithfield School District. Our CTE programs include:

 

  • Engineering Technology Academy Pathway

  • Early Childhood Education Academy Pathway

  • Academy of Finance Pathway


Students interested in the any of the Academy Pathways should complete the application form.  


For more information about any of our Academy Pathways, please contact ctepathways [at] smithfield-ps [dot] org

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Exam Schedule & End of Year Events - 2017

Please click here for the end of year events and exam schedule.  Please note this document may change, so check regularly.

 

Communication Tool-Reminder

SHS is using an app and service called Remind to assist with communication to students and parents. If you aren’t familiar with Remind, it is a free communication product that makes it easy for teachers and administrators to connect with students and parents via mobile. It’s challenging to reach students reliably via email, but they always have their cell phones. Read more »