Winter Ball will take place on Friday, January 18th from 6:30-11. Tickets are no longer on sale for the event. Any student on the list for the Winter Ball may leave at 1:30 pm on the day of the dance. You will need to bring a note from a parent to the main office letting them know of the early dismissal request. This will get you out before the busses. Enjoy the dance.
Help Pay For Prom
Parent Council is having a January membership drive. This is your opportunity to earn money for your class funds! For each new membership that a student brings in, he or she will earn $5 toward their class fund. Parent Council will DOUBLE the donations to the class that brings in the most new memberships! The membership drive ends on Friday, February 1st.
SHS Unified Sports Program
Our Unified Sports teams are now on social media. Check them out.
Addressing chronic absence is a key component of improving graduation rates, increasing academic achievement and giving young people the best chance at success in their adult life. Join the Attendance Awareness Campaign and make a difference for your community: http://bit.ly/1oqfID7
Smithfield Education Foundation ‘Open House’ Meeting
Monday, January 14, 2019, at 4pm in the Smithfield High School Media Center. Come learn about the Smithfield Education Foundation’s mission and how we support the Smithfield Public Schools by awarding grants to teachers.
The Smithfield Education Foundation is looking for new volunteers. If you are interested but cannot attend, please contact us at email@example.com.
We hope to see you on January 14th!
Showing of “Screenagers”, January 24th
All are invited to a screening of the documentary, “Screenagers: Growing Up in the Digital Age” on January 24th from 6:30-8:00 at SHS. The event is co-sponsored by our parent organizations. This award-winning documentary and the moderated discussion that follows address the challenges regarding tech time and social media and offers strategies to help our children navigate the digital world.
This is one of two emails Mr. Kelley received after the Smithfield/Coventry boys basketball game on January 7th.
Good Morning Mr. Kelley,
I wanted to reach out to let you know how proud I was of the Smithfield High School community last night at the boy’s basketball game. I attended the game to see one of Coventry’s seniors, Troy Osterhout, hit 1000 points. As you can imagine, we were hoping to have Troy achieve this milestone at a home game, but Smithfield did not disappoint. The athletic director, coaches, score keepers, referees, parents, players, and fans were all so supportive and excited for Troy’s accomplishment. The game stopped, announcements were made, Troy was presented with the game ball, and Smithfield fans were on their feet giving Troy a standing ovation. It was such a touching moment to see players and students rally around an athlete from another high school.
Please let your school community know how grateful Coventry High School is for Smithfield’s hospitality and support last night.
Dean of Students
Coventry High School
Check out this great video from my good friend Joe Sanfelippo….The Struggle is Real.
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