Smithton School District

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The Smithton School District is located in Smithton, a city in Pettis County in the United States state of Missouri.

History[edit]

The school opened on 23 December 1912, and the Smithton School District has since become the heart of the town. The current principal is Jon Peterson. This district has a grade span of K-12. The school's athletic teams are known as the Tigers.

Mascot[edit]

Tigers

Website[edit]

http://smithton.k12.mo.us/

Board members[edit]

  • Bybee, Eddie (2017) President
  • Brown, Jason (2016) Vice President
  • Nesler, Steven Treasurer
  • Barnes, Linda Secretary
  • Williams, Becky (2016)
  • Frazee, John (2017)
  • Moore, Sarah (2017)
  • Asbury, Kyle (2018)
  • Wehrman, Greg (2018)

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Administrators[edit]

  • Superintendent: Matt Teeter, Ed. D.
  • High School Principal: Jonathan Peterson
  • Middle School Principal: Brandon Wallace
  • Elementary Principal: Dawn McNeeley
  • Special Education Director: Cindy Snow

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Coordinates: 38°40′45″N 93°05′35″W / 38.67923°N 93.09300°W / 38.67923; -93.09300