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Freshmen Orientation

Freshmen Orientation at SHS will occur on Monday, August 28, from 6-7:30, beginning in the SHS Auditorium.  This event will allow freshmen students and parents to listen to a presentation from high school administration, learn the general layout of SHS, receive lockers, and be welcomed to the high school!  

 

Attendance is mandatory at this event for students and parents.

 

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Ken Hopkins, acting principal, at 949-2050, or at khopkins [at] smithfield-ps [dot] org.

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SHS Graduation and Portfolio Websites Temporarily Down

 We hope everyone is having a wonderful summer!

 

The SHS Graduation and Portfolio Websites are temporarily down as we make updates.  They will return to full functionality by mid-August.

 

Please let us know if you have any questions.

2017 Summer School Information

Any Smithfield High School student requiring summer school must attend the Fairlawn Summer School. The cost of the Fairlawn Summer School will be covered by the school department.  The school department will not cover costs from any other summer school or tutoring program.  

Click here for the summer school brochure.  

 

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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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 »