Dear Smith Families,
It is with great honor and excitement that I serve as the principal of this incredible school and get to share in your child’s academic journey.
I look forward to working with the Smith community as we work to AIM HIGH and provide limitless opportunities for student success.
We aim to build and maintain a school culture of excellence through the use of social emotional learning strategies, establishing strong relationships, and providing an enriching academic experience.
Our motto for our campus is AIM HIGH, which articulates our expectations of Smith scholars and Smith staff. The acronym for our AIM HIGH expectations can be found on our website on the communications tab.
This website has been developed to help you and your child understand the procedures and policies that are necessary to make Smith Elementary a safe and productive learning environment.
You will find information about upcoming events, special programs, and many other items of interest. Please make sure to visit our webpage often as well as our Twitter (@Smith_Elem) and Facebook page (@SmithElemSchool).
Please be sure to “like” us so you can stay well informed of important dates and events.
Thank you so much for sharing your child with us this year. Please take time to get to know and keep open communication with your child’s teacher. We are available by phone, email, and scheduled conferences. On behalf of the entire staff at Smith Elementary School, we thank you for your support and involvement in our school community. We look forward to partnering with you to make this a fun and exciting school year for our scholars. In partnership,
1010 Big Stone Gap
Duncanville, TX 75137
The mission of Smith Elementary is to value individual students, promote a growth mindset, meet individual student needs, serve the community, and celebrate successes.
Writing success stories, one student at a time.
Red and Blue
Pre-K through Fourth Grade
8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Clint Q. Smith Elementary opened 1972, with additions in 1974 and 1980 and renovations in 2004. The school was named for former school board member Clint Q. Smith. The school serves grades K-4.
Clint Quinton Smith, Jr.
b. 1926 in Duncanville lived on land owned by Carr family (now Fairmeadows subdivision) served on Board 1964-1970 Children: Ray – m. Vicki, 2 sons Scott Lori Ann
Mascot: Snow Leopards
Colors: Red and Blue