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Smyer Class of 2015 walks stage
McCullough & Seigman earn top honors
Smyer ISD honored 29 graduates in the 2015 Graduation Ceremony.  After the processional, Lily Ellis offered the invocation followed by the pledges to the United States flag and the Texas flag led by Bryce Jones.  Rachel Means gave the history of the class and read a poem written by her to the class.  Rachel also created a slideshow presentation about the class.  Rebeccas Seigman, class salutatorian, then gave her speech followed by Ashley McCullough, valedictorian.  Mr. Bruce Cunningham introduced the guest speaker, Ms. Sue Bell Propst.  Mr. Cunningham summarized the scholarships and college hours earned by the 2015 class.  Scholarships for the class totaled well over 1 million dollars, the highest any Smyer graduating class ever received.  Superintendent Dane Kerns presented the class and school board members Darren Robertson and Bryan Fowler presented the class their diplomas.  As each senior received their diploma, they shook the hand of retiring principal Mr. Bruce Cunningham and gave him six marbles.  The marbles represented each year Mr. Cunningham served as their principal.  Mr. Kerns then read a presentation to Mr. Cunningham from the Class of 2015 stating that they probably made Mr. Cunningham lose his marbles, but they were now giving them back to him.  The benediction was given by Nic Lucero and then the recessional.  A reception was held in the cafeteria for the Class of 2015.
Class of 2015 Graduation
Smyer Student Council creates Wall of Honor for service men and women
Smyer Student Council is working diligently to create a Wall of Honor for Smyer graduates who are currently serving or who have served in the armed forces.  If someone is interested in having a loved one honored, please submit a picture (no larger than 5X7), rank, branch of service, and years served.  Pictures in any type of uniform or in action is preferred, but not required.  All pictures can be returned, but the council would like to keep the Wall of Honor up for many years and continue to add to it, so if you would like your picture returned please note on submitted picture.  Pictures can be dropped off at the front office, submitted digitally to Belinda Maye at, or mailed to:
Smyer ISD
Military Wall of Honor
P.O. Box 206
Smyer, TX 79367
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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Contact Information
Belinda Maye
Phone: 806-234-2935
FAX: 806-234-2411
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.
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