Smyth County Schools and the Mount Rogers Health District will offer the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to students 12 and older on Monday, May 24. See story for more information and registration link.
Virginia's State Health Commissioner has released a letter about the HPV (Human Papillomavirus) vaccine, which can protect children against certain cancers. See the attached article for details.
Wed- April 28 - All virtual students to take their Math SOL
Mon- May 3 - 7th & 8th grade Pre-Algebra and Algebra 1
Tues- May 4 - Math 7
Wed- May 5 - All virtual students to take Science 8 or WG/Civics
Thur- May 6 - Math 6
Fri - May 7 - 8th Grade WG/Science 8
Mon- May 10 - 7th grade Civics
Tues- May 11 - 8th grade Reading
Wed- May 12 - All virtual students to take Reading
Thur- May 13 - 6th grade Reading
Fri - May 14 - 7th grade Reading
Virtual students will take both parts on Wednesday, March 24th. This test has to be done at the school, it can not be from home. Transportation for virtual students can be provided, please let us know if you need a ride to and from testing.
Students need to be at school at 8:50. Students will need to bring their chrome book (make sure they are charged), pencil and a mask. Both breakfast and lunch will be availible to them on testing days.
Smyth County Schools has published a COVID-19 dashboard to share information about the number of active COVID-19 cases among students and employees.
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.
Since this is such a unique year for us at school with some students remaining virtual and others on a hybrid schedule, Balfour has set up an online store for students to order a yearbook. The cost of the yearbook is $30 and it is a soft cover book this year. The link below will allow you to order online, pay by phone, or mail in payment. Students can still order by bringing money in to the CMS office. To order, click on "Read More"
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 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.