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St. Paul Middle/High School Principal

Tony Smith – Bio

Hometown: St. Paul

Educational Background:                   St. Paul High School

                                                                Western Oregon State College

                                                                Linfield College

                                                                George Fox University

 

Degrees Held:                                      Bachelor of Science in Education

                                                                Master of Arts in Education

 

Email:                                                    tsmith@stpaul.k12.or.us

 

Personal Bio:

I grew up in St. Paul OR on our family farm and attended school in St. Paul grades K-12.  I graduated from WOSC in Monmouth where I received my Bachelor’s degree.  My twenty-seven year teaching career has taken me to the Oregon communities of McMinnville, Willamina, Silverton and now St. Paul.  At those different stops I’ve enjoyed teaching several Social Studies classes along with coaching football, basketball, baseball, track and golf.  Most recently I taught Health and Physical Education in St. Paul while being the High School head football coach and Middle School track coach.  I completed my Administrative Licensure from George Fox University.  The past seven years I have also worked as the Athletic Director at St. Paul High School and served as an Oregon Athletic Directors Association district representative and an Oregon Athletic Coaches Association sport representative.  When I am not at school I enjoy spending time with my family, farming, fly fishing, sports, and hunting. 

We are very lucky to have such great students and a supportive staff and community and we’re always looking for ways that we can improve our school.  Please don’t hesitate to contact me at any time and I would be happy to speak with.  You can reach me on the phone at 503-633-2541 or by email at -tsmith@stpaul.k12.or.us

Go Bucks!

 




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