Monday (3/1/21) - To celebrate Fox in Socks, wear silly socks.  Tuesday (3/3/21) - To celebrate The Cat in the Hat, wear a crazy hat or cap.  Wednesday (3/3/21) - To celebrate Wacky Wednesday, wear an outrageous outfit.  Thursday (3/4/21) - To celebrate Oh, The Places You’ll Go, wear a college shirt or dress up as what you want to be when you grow up.  Friday (3/5/21) - to celebrate ALL THINGS SEUSS, wear clothing  with Dr. Seuss characters, or dress as your favorite character from a  Dr. Seuss book!
Click the image to visit the online Book Fair, where you can view the interactive flyer, set up an e-wallet for your child to shop with, and remote learners can order online from February 14 through March 2. Orders can be delivered to your home.

Parents and Teachers:

Please click on the appropriate icon below to complete the school climate survey for Smithville Elementary. We greatly appreciate your input.

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CONGRATULATIONS  to  Mrs. Janet Trapp,  who has been selected by her peers as Smithville Elementary’s  Teacher of the Year!
Parent Help Classes

Smithville Elementary will be offering Parent Help Classes from 3:00-5:00 each week Monday through Thursday. These classes will provide you with the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about Google Classroom and other Google programs that your child may be using for class. If you would like to sign up for a time to meet with someone to help you, please call the school at 615-597-4415, or email Kristy Williams (for help on Tues./Thurs.) ( or Beth Cantrell (for help on Mon./Weds.)( to set up a time. Classes will begin on Wednesday, November 4th.


remote 101

Parent Resource Launched on Remote Learning Tools

This completely free resource features “Remote Learning 101” modules that will help families learn the same tools our educators use for remote instruction. These short, accessible videos from experts will help families understand common remote learning tools and equips them to speak the same “tech” language as the teacher, so they will be better able to support their child’s learning.    

Families can access these resources at:  



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