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See Mrs. Hughes at the high school business room.
Smithville Elementary / Middle School has issued
an ALS challenge to other schools.
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WELCOME TO SMITHVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Smithville is one of the earliest settlements in the northern part of what is now McCurtain County. A number of Choctaws settled in that vicinity after arrival over the Trail of Tears in the 1830's. A Choctaw supply point was established here in the 1830's on the old Fort Smith-Fort Towson military road. The supply point was near a large salt lick and came to be called Big Lick. On a high hill just north of Big Lick, a post office called Hatobi was opened in a store on September 13, 1886 with Franklin Moore as postmaster. The name of the post office and town was changed to Smithville on May 1, 1890, in honor of a pioneer settler, Josiah Smith.
|August 6, 7, 8||Teacher Inservice|
|August 11||First Day of School|
|September 1||Labor Day - No School|
|October 10||End of the 1st 9 Weeks|
|October 14 & 15||Parent / Teacher Conference|
|October 16 & 17||Fall Break (No School)|
|November 24 - 28||Thanksgiving Break|
|December 18||End of 1st Semester|
|December 19 - Jan 4||Christmas Break|
|January 5||Classes Resume|
|January 19||Teacher Inservice|
|February 16||Teacher Inservice|
|March 6||End of the 3rd 9 Weeks|
|March 12 & 13||Parent / Teacher Conference|
|March 16 - 20||Spring Break|
|April 3 - 6||Easter Break|
|April 10 & 17||No School|
|May 12||Kindergarten / 8th Graduation|
|May 15||Last Day of School|
|High School Graduation|
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