|Monday, November 24, 2014|
|JH Boys Blue Team @ Sundown - 5:00p - 6:30p|
|JH Basketball vs Seagraves - 5:00p - 7:30p|
|Tuesday, November 25, 2014|
|Student Holiday/Teacher Inservice|
|JV & V Bobcats@ Idalou - 5:00p - 9:30p|
|Wednesday, November 26, 2014|
|Thursday, November 27, 2014|
|Friday, November 28, 2014|
|Monday, December 01, 2014|
|JH Lady Cats @ Sudan - 5:00p - 7:00p|
|JH Bobcats vs Sudan - 5:00p - 7:30p|
|Tuesday, December 02, 2014|
|HS Basketball @ Abernathy - 5:00p - 9:30p|
JH & Elem UIL Writing & Spelling contest will be held Dec. 3 in Smyer
JH & Elem UIL Contest will be Dec. 9 in Seagraves
Smyer JH Basketball Tournament scheduled for Saturday
Smyer will host a JH Basketball Tournament on Saturday, November 22. There will be 7th & 8th grade girls brackets as well as 7th & 8th grade boys brackets. Teams in the tournament are Hale Center, Ralls, and Lockney. A schedule for the day is listed below.
|Smyer JH Basketball Tournament|
Smyer Lady Cats Tournament ended successfully
Murphy & McCullough win contests
The Smyer Lady Cats hosted a varsity basketball tournament in Smyer last week which included many games, a free throw contest and a 3 point contest. Winners of the tournament were decided by defensive points allowed average. Midland Christian took first place with a defensive point average of 29.6, Smyer Lady Cats grabbed 2nd place with a defensive point average of 32.7, and Valley landed 3rd place with a defensive average of 41.2. Congratulations to Lady Cats Savanah Murphy and Shelby McCullough. Savanah placed 1st in the 3 point contest, and Shelby took 1st place in the free throw contest. Also placing in the 3 point contest were Haley Wheeler, Valley, 2nd, and Skylar Gunter, Olton, 3rd. Also placing in the free throw contest were Makenzie Standlee, Valley, 2nd and Vicky Minjarez, Seagraves 3rd. Next up for the Lady Cats will be Whitharral on Tuesday and then they will travel to play in the Christoval Tournament.
|Smyer Lady Cats vs Forsan Part 1|
|Smyer Lady Cats vs Forsan Part 2|
Bobcats end their football season against Memphis
The Smyer Bobcats had a very successful 2014 football season, but it came to an end last Friday against Memphis in a very cold game played in Bushland. The Bobcats jumped out to a 12-0 lead but couldn't keep the lead until the last buzzer sounded. Congratulations to the Bobcats and coaches on a very exciting season! The Bobcats will now move inside for the basketball season. They will have two scrimmages this week. Tuesday they will play at All Saints at 6:30, and then on Friday at Meadow at 7:30.
|Bobcats vs Memphis Playoff Game Part 1|
|Bobcats vs Memphis Playoff Game Part 2|
PTO needs your Box Tops
Keep clipping & help Smyer Schools
Students are continuously bringing in Box Tops which helps raise money for our schools. Keep up the good work and keep clipping those Box Tops. Check out the information below and start saving those box tops and help Smyer earn money.
|Box Tops for Education Information|
Pictures from Website can now be Purchased
Due to the large number of requests, pictures from the website slideshows can now be purchased. Use the link above to view the slideshows. The pictures will be printed $2 for a 4X6, $5 for a 5X7, and $7.50 for an 8X10. The proceeds go to The Pride, Smyer yearbook. Please allow up to two weeks for delivery. No pictures will be sent via email, only printed pictures. Click on the link to the left to submit a request. Orders will not be processed until payment is received. Make checks out to Smyer ISD. Return money to Mrs. Maye in the high school or mail in payment to:
Smyer High School
Attn. Belinda Maye
P.O. Box 206
Smyer, TX 79367
School Vaccination Requirements
Students entering kindergarten and 7th grade must meet school vaccination requirements set last year. Get your vaccines now for the 2011-2012 school year. Click on the link to the left to view vaccination requirements.
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Physical Address: 401 Lincoln
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 206
Smyer, TX 79367
Smyer ISD Mission Statement
The mission of the Smyer Independent School District is to provide a diversified system characterized by quality, equity, character, and accountability. All students will acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to be productive members of a global world.