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The health department will be hosting a Pfizer vaccine clinic at SMHS on Friday, April 16th beginning at 2:00. All SMHS faculty, staff, and students 16 and older are eligible for this vaccine. If you wish to participate, please complete the form and bring it with you on Friday when you get vaccinated. Students will need a photo ID to get their vaccinations. A driver's license or permit is preferable. Student IDs cannot be accepted. If you are 16 or over, want to get a vaccine, but do not have a photo ID you may get a printout from the SMHS Attendance Office that will show your credentials for vaccination. We will begin with students who ride the bus, then move on to those that have to be at work at 3:00, etc. It will be set up behind the cafeteria. Forms are on the center table in the cafeteria. Everyone participating must complete the form. If the student is 16 or 17, a parent/guardian must sign the form.
Congratulations to Tony Grayson, Serenity Driscoll and Mrs. Velong for winning first and second place with the topic of Communications in History. They competed in the East Tennessee Regional of the National History Day Event at University of Tennessee in Knoxville sponsored by the Tennessee Historical Society Program. The students are moving on to the state championship at the State Capital Complex in Nashville. If they win the state competition they will move on to the National competition at Maryland College in Maryland.
Stone Memorial High School is proud to announce our Class of 2021 Valedictorian and Salutatorian.
Pictured below, left to right, are Salutatorian Chloe E. Smith and Valedictorian Kayle Davis.
Stone Memorial High School is very proud of our Class of 2021 Summa Cum Laude Graduates.
Pictured below are Sara Adams, Ethan Ament, Gracie Bowman, Kayle Davis, Panagiota Drainas, Keaton Freitag, Cade McClellan, Taylor McGinnis, Tessa Miller, Nathan Norris, Chloe E. Smith, Emmie Speich, Edward Truong, Ava Walker, Sophie Welch, Coleman Whitmill, Mara Wilson.
Stone Memorial High School is proud to announce our 2020-2021 Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Tracey Velong, and our 2020-2021 Employee of the Year, Mrs. Lonna Schank.
Stone Memorial High School would like to recognize Mrs. Tracey Velong as their 2020-21 teacher of the year. Mrs. Velong has 16 years of teaching experience with the last 3 1/2 years being at SMHS. She teaches AP U.S. History and World History & Geography. She loves teaching and strives to build relationships with all students. SMHS would also like to recognize Mrs. Lonna Schank as our 2020-21 non-certified employee of the year. Mrs. Schank has been the assistant principal's office secretary for 4 1/2 years, does and oustanding job and is well liked by students, teachers and staff.
Pictured below Principal Kelly Smith (right) presents Tracey Velong (middle) and Lonna Schank (left) each with a gift box from Stonehaus Gifts to show the school's appreciation for their hard work and dedication.
Order your 2020-2021 Jostens yearbook here. This has been a memorable school year that you will want to show your friends and family in the future. Your yearbook is the perfect thing to remember your high school years with.
*Students will return to school on Tuesday, January 5th, for in-person learning (except those previously approved for virtual).
*Should the county active cases of the coronavirus continue to be above 607, students in grades 3-12 will be issued devices to take home with them on Tuesday afternoon, January 5th.
*If the district transitions to remote learning on Wednesday, January 6th, students will continue remote learning for the remainder of that week.
*Students in PreK-2nd grades will continue in-person learning at this time. Bus transportation will continue on a regular schedule.
*Additional information will be provided once active case counts are published by the Tennessee Department of Health next week.
*Our reopening plan, which includes information regarding the color-coded metric system, may be found on our website at ccschools.k12tn.net
Congratulations to Mr. Cole and students Sophie Helton, Haley Herbert, Ryver Johnson, Lexi Stout, and Rebeka Webb for passing the Tennessee Specific Industry Certification (TSIC) for Animal Science. Our students scored significantly above the state average passing rate. Stone Memorial High School was the only school to achieve a 100% pass rating for this exam. A BIG CONGRATULATIONS to our Agricultural Science program.
Males living in the United States (both citizens and non-citizens) are REQUIRED to register for the Selective Service at 18 years old.
Failing to register is a felony and prevents college financial aid, access to federal jobs and more. Read about penalities for failing to register.
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.)
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)
SMHS Upcoming Dates
|Tennis vs. Cumberland County High School, 3:30 PM CST||04/12/21|
|Baseball @ Rhea County High School, 5:00 PM CST||04/12/21|
|Middle School Baseball vs. Monterey, 5:30 PM CST||04/12/21|
|Track at Cookeville, 3:30 PM CST||04/13/21|
|Tenis vs. Soddy Daisy, 3:30 PM CST||04/13/21|
|Softball @ Rhea County High School, 5:00 PM CST||04/13/21|
|Boys Soccer @ Alcoa High School, 5:30 PM CST||04/13/21|
|Middle School Baseball @ Avery Trace Middle School, 5:30 PM CST||04/13/21|
|Baseball VS. Rhea County High School, 6:00 PM CST||04/13/21|
|SMHS Staff Meeting, 3:00 PM CST||04/15/21|
|SMHS Art Exhibition, SMHS Gym Lobby||04/15/21|
|Boys Soccer @ DeKalb County High School, 5:00 PM CST||04/15/21|
|Baseball vs. DeKalb County High School, 5:00 PM CST||04/15/21|
|Softball vs. White County High School, 5:00 PM CST||04/15/21|
|Festival of the Arts, Auditorium and Gymnasium Lobby Complex, 5:30 PM CST||04/15/21|
|Baseball @ Watertown High School, 5:00 PM CST||04/16/21|
|Softball vs. Bledsoe County High School, 5:00 PM CST||04/16/21|
|Middle School Baseball @ Pickett County, 5:30 PM CST||04/16/21|
|Theater Performance, 7:00 PM, SMHS Auditorium||04/16/21|
|Theater Matinee Performance, 1:00 PM CST, SMHS Auditorium||04/17/21|
|Theater Evening Performance, 7:00 PM CST, SMHS Auditorium||04/17/21|
|Middle School Junior Varsity Volleyball Tournament, 5:30 PM CST||04/17/21|