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Star Talk Program back for Summer 2017

Bryant University's Star Talk program is back for summer 2017.  This is an excellent opportunity for two weeks of intensive Chinese language training.  A two week trip to China may be included.  Please click here for additional information.  

Smithfield Little League Challenger Division needs volunteers

Smithfield Little League is in need of volunteers for their Challenger Program.  Click here for more information.

GREENVILLE LIBRARY SEEKING INSTRUCTORS FOR YOUNG HACKS ACADEMY

 SEEKING INSTRUCTORS FOR YOUNG HACKS ACADEMY


Young Hacks Academy Read more »

Scheduling Information 2017/2018

Please check often as we will be updating information.

Class of 2021 will receive scheduling information at Open House on March 2.  

3/1  SHS Course Selection Fair (Grades 9, 10, 11 only) in gymnasium - (Day 7 - C, D, E, F, G) Read more »

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 »

Survey Works Information

Parents - Please click here for information on the parent version of Survey Works.

Students - SHS students will start the student version the week of 2/22/17.  Seniors will complete Survey Works during an English class.  Underclassmen will complete Survey Works during advisory on 2/28.   Read more »

SAT - April 5th

The SAT is offered free for Rhode Island Juniors.  Every Smithfield High School junior has automatically been registered for the April 5th SAT.  The SAT will be administered during the school day.  Please visit the College Board website for information and free resources.  Please contact Ms. Murphy or your child's school counselor if you have any questions.  

College Financial Aid Scams

An SHS parent recently informed me that they received a letter from an organization named c3Workshop. The letter states that the parent and student are scheduled to participate in an education group presentation followed by a group interview to help determine college eligibility and financial aid eligibility.  Parents should be cautious regarding letters like this.  SHS does not endorse this group.  If you receive a letter similar to this, I recommend that you speak with your child's school counselor before you agree to anything.