Pride in the present. Success in the future. The Buffalo Way!
View the SHHS Weekly Update online or click on the link, on the bottom of the page, to have the update delivered to your email each week. Updated 1/16/17
Congratulations to Smoky Hill Cheer on their 6th place finish in the CHSAA 5A State Cheer Competition last weekend. The girls qualified forfinals with two perfect routines.
Don't miss your opportunity to celebrate the season with our amazing performing arts programs. All performances start at 7:15 p.m.
All games and matches in the West gym will be streamed live on the NFHS Network, as well as games in our district stadiums as well and many other venues.
Check here for the latest information. Updated 11/21/17
The primary goal is to reward a student for
academic/activity success in a manner similar to the letter reward of a varsity
athlete. The award should represent a
significant contribution to the school, and students should only be given
points for true participation
Teachers in the Tutoring Center are available to
assist students during the school day, so please access
Jessica Edwards & Kersten Mullan
Smoky Hill’s 2017-2018 Wish Kid, Kendetrick. Kendetrick is 11 years-old and is waiting for a liver transplant. His wish is to go to Atlantis in the Bahamas. Together we raised over $4,000 for Make-A-Wish of Colorado during Homecoming Week and will continue to raise money to help make Kendetrick’s wish come true this school year.
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