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SMHS Sign Stone Memorial High School and the Legacy of Mr. Roy Stone
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Mr. Roy Stone was a long-time resident, educator, and business leader in Cumberland County, Tennessee. He served as a teacher and principal at Cline School in Cumberland County, starting in 1938 and he later served as the Supervisor of Morgan County Schools. In 1941 he returned to Cumberland County to be the principal of Crossville Elementary School until 1943, when he began serving with the United States Army where he taught marksmanship to WWII soldiers and taught reading to them on the side. After WWII, Mr. Stone joined his future Father-in-Law at TAP Publishing in Crossville, TN. Mr. Stone would go on to be the publisher at TAP for over 30 years and held the position of Publisher Emeritus until his death in 2014 at the age of 98. He also served as president of Plateau Properties, was a charter board member for Crossville Rubber Company, helped open Cumberland County Bank, served as president of Crossville Medical Group, owned a rock quarry, and raised cattle, among other accomplishements.

Mr. Stone was a lifelong supporter of education, even having the WWII nickname his troops game him, "Teachuh," inscribed on his tombstone. As part of his and his wife's commitment to education, they donated large tracts of thier land along Cook Road, in Cumberland County, to Roane State Community College, Stone Elementary School, and Stone Memorial High School, transforming this formally rural part of the county into an educational hub. Commerce has followed and development is increasing in the area as a result. Stone Memorial High School was the last of the three educational facilities built and was opened for the 2006-2007 school year. Mr. Stone was 90 years old when we opened our doors and he still lived in his home adjacent to our campus. You can see his home on the other side of the pasture behind the visitor stands at our home Football games. In honor of Mr. Roy Stone's community, business and educational legacy and his tremendous land grants to the county in the name of education, we are honored to have our beautiflul, large, mountain-top campus serve as a permanent memorial to a truly inspriational man.

   
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SMHS 2019-2020 Administrative Team
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Stone Memorial High School is proud to announce our new Administrative Team for the 2019-2020 School Year.

Principal:  Mrs. Kelly Smith

Assistant Principal/Athletic Director:  Mr. Lance Kennedy

Assistant Principal/Attendance:  Mr. Robert Gomez

Assistant Principal/Student Affairs:  Mrs. Abbi Dunford

We are looking forward to a new, exciting school year with a great group of incoming Freshmen and a new Administrative Team.

Go Panthers!


   
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SMHS Welcomes New Faculty for the 2019-2020 School Year
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We are proud to welcome new faculty members to our campus for the 2019-2020 school year. Our new teachers represent a great pool of SMHS Grauduates, children of current SMHS faculty, and new hires to our community. We are excited to begin our 14th year in our beautiful, mountain-top location.

Andrew Berta Honors Algebra I and Honors Geometry
Craig Hall Spanish
Shaun Hinds English and History
Alyxandra Johnson Biology
Megan Malone Apuzzo Health Science
Heather Ramirez-Sanchez Student Special Needs and Services
Jamie Smith Student Special Needs and Services
Matt Watkins Automotive
Lora Whaley Spanish
Tonia Wyatt Algebra I
   
Panther-Head CTE Programs and Study and Courses Offered
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SMHS CTE (Career and Technical Education) is a thriving program that offers hands-on training and pre-college coursework in a number of areas, including Aviation, Automotive Systems, Computer Programming, Computer Web Design, Health Sciences, Agricultural Sciences, Culinary Arts, Engineering, Construction, and much more. Check out our CTE video highlighting some of the educational opportunities offered through our Career and Technical Educational programs.
   
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SMHS Title VI, Title IX, and Homeless Coordinators
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SMHS has coordinators available at all times for the following programs:

Title II Coordinator: Julie Moldenhaur (Title II addresses student special needs and specialized staff training.)
Title VI Coordinator: Kim Wattenbarger (Library/Media Center) (Title VI is part of the Civil Rights act of 1964.)
Title IX Coordinator: Lance Kennedy (V.P. Office) (Title IX addresses gender equity in athletics.)
Homeless Coordinator: Kelly Walter (Guidance)
504 Coordinators: Karen Hicks, Missy Miller, Andrea Simmons (Guidance) (Section 504 of IDEA addresses students with physical disabilities.)

Information about Coordinators can be found here.

Stone Memorial High School District programs and activities shall be free from discrimination based on age, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information, sex, race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics. Our nondiscrimination information can be found here.
CCS Employment nondiscrimination policy. (En Espanol)

   
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Parents can check Grades, Calendars, Assignments, Schedules, Attendance, and more. Click here for instructions on how to access the Online system and/or the App.

Students now have access to the Skyward grading system and can check their grades using their computers or mobile devices. Check out these videos for more information.

Mobile Device Access and Setup

Student Access Overview