There is an Elementary and Middle schools monthly calendar posted under the Elementary/Middle tab, and there is a High School monthly calendar posted under the High School tab.
Sports Tournament brackets are posted under the Athletics/Activities tab.
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.
High School Student of the Third Quarter
Alexus Mattox is a 17 year old senior at Smithville High School. She is the daughter of Jeff Mattox, Julie and Keith Fuller. She is the grand daughter of David and Glenda Brown, Roger and Barbra Mattox, and Paul and Margaret Fuller
She loves playing basketball, softball, kayaking on the river, hanging out with her brother Kye, and being with her family. After high school, Alexus plans to attend Carl Albert State College in Poteau.
High School Student of the Fourth Quarter
Devin Pollard is a 14 year old freshman at Smithville High School. He is the son of Kim Pollard and Shawn Pollard. He is a member of the Smithville High School Quiz Bowl and Academic Teams, sings in the high school choir, and plays varsity basketball and baseball.
Outside of his school activities, Devin enjoys shooting guns, and spending time with his family.
Congratulations to our High School
Academic Team for winning 24 medals and placing first in Division I at Southeastern Oklahoma State College in Durant.
At EOSC in Wilburton, our Academic Team won 13 medals and placed second in Division I.
Grace Hilton for being selected for the Oklahoma FFA Chorus.
Tanner Keiss for receiving State FFA Degree
Varsity Softball – District Slow Pitch Champions
|August 10 & 11||Teacher Inservice|
|August 12||First Day of School|
|September 7||Labor Day - No School|
|October 9||End of the 1st 9 Weeks|
|October 13 & 14||Parent / Teacher Conference|
|October 15 & 16||Fall Break (No School)|
|November 23 - 27||Thanksgiving Break|
|December 17||End of 1st Semester|
|December 18 - Jan 1||Christmas Break|
|January 4||Classes Resume|
|January 18||Teacher Inservice|
|February 15||Teacher Inservice|
|March 4||End of the 3rd 9 Weeks|
|March 10 & 11||Parent / Teacher Conference|
|March 14 - 18||Spring Break|
|March 25||Good Friday|
|March 28||No School|
|April 8, 15, 22 & 29||No School|
|May 17||Kindergarten / 8th Graduation|
|May 20||Last Day of School|
|High School Graduation|
Child Find Document Character Counts Pillars Third Grade Read to Succeed Brochure