Smyth County Public Schools and United Way of Southwest Virginia will offer a summer jump start camp for students planning to attend kindergarten this fall. See the full story for more details and information on how to apply.
Smyth County Schools has published a COVID-19 dashboard to share information about the number of active COVID-19 cases among students and employees.
Saltville Elementary School will conduct emergency drills during the 2020-2021 school year as required by the Code of Virginia.
Families of students who are learning virtually for at least five consecutive days and are eligible for free or reduced price meals are eligible to receive a P-EBT food assistance card this fall. Click the title above for details.
Smyth County Public Schools are in the process of adopting new science texts. The texts under consideration can be viewed by the public. See the story for full details.
Smyth County Schools request that parents/guardians use an online form to submit the student information that we traditionally collect by paper at the beginning of each school year. Please read the entire story below to access the link to the online forms.
Smyth County Schools will make the Family Life Education and Guidance curriculum available for parent/guardian preview by appointment this year.
Smyth County's elementary schools are accepting online registration for students eligible to enroll in kindergarten this fall.
To support students and families during this time of school closing, Smyth County Schools have created an eLearning website. We are also providing information on how we are handling student grades as a result of the statewide school closing.