Fort Smith School District

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Fort Smith School District
Type and location
Type Public
Motto Today ... and ... in the Future
Grades Prekindergarten (PK) – 12
Country United States
Location 3205 Jenny Lind Drive
Fort Smith, Arkansas 72901-1948
District information
Superintendent Benny L. Gooden, Ed.D.
Accreditation(s) Arkansas Department of Education
Schools 15
NCES District ID 0506330[1]
Students and staff
Students 14,107[1] (2010–11)
Teachers 910.03 (on FTE basis)[1]
Staff 1,954.03 (on FTE basis)[1]
Athletic conference 7A West
Other information
Website www.fortsmithschools.org

The Fort Smith School District (or Fort Smith Public Schools) is the major public school district based in Fort Smith, Arkansas, United States.

The system consists of 26 schools that provide early childhood, elementary and secondary education to students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12 and serves the Sebastian County communities of Fort Smith and Barling.

List of schools[edit]

High/secondary schools[edit]

Middle/intermediate schools[edit]

  • Dora Kimmons Junior High School (7–9)
  • L. A. Chaffin Junior High School (7–9)
  • Ramsey Junior High School (7–9)
  • William O. Darby Junior High School (7–9)

Elementary/primaryschools[edit]

  • Albert Pike Elementary School (PK–6)
  • Ballman Elementary School (K–6)
  • Barling Elementary School (PK–6)
  • Beard Elementary School (K–6)
  • Bonneville Elementary School (K–6)
  • Carnall Elementary School (K–6)
  • Cavanaugh Elementary School (K–6)
  • Elmer H. Cook Elementary School (K–6)
  • Euper Lane Elementary School (K–6)
  • Fairview Elementary School (PK–6)
  • Harry C. Morrison Elementary School (PK–6)
  • Howard Elementary School (PK–6)
  • John P. Woods Elementary School (K–6)
  • Raymond F. Orr Elementary School (PK–6)
  • Spradling Elementary School (K–6)
  • Sunnymede Elementary School (K–6)
  • Sutton Elementary School (K–6)
  • Tilles Elementary School (PK–6)
  • Trusty Elementary School (K–6)

Special schools & programs[edit]

  • Belle Point Alternative Center (7–12)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "Search for Public School Districts – District Detail for Fort Smith School District". National Center for Education Statistics. Institute of Education Sciences. Retrieved 1 December 2012. 

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