Noah Smith, recent Campbell County High School graduate and strong community activist, is seriously considering applying for the open school board seat which was suddenly vacated after the passing of veteran Board Member Mike Orick.   Smith is no stranger to the school system, or anyone in Campbell County for that matter, and the workings of the Board of Education. Through his time in school, Smith worked on several projects with the BOE and many more projects for Campbell County High School and other system departments.

Noah Smith, above, is enrolled at the University of Tennessee.

As an accomplished Eagle Scout and proven leader, Smith brings a lot to the table.  He tells WLAF that it has always been a passion of his to give back to the school system and provide the highest quality education to every student.  Noah will release a final statement on Wednesday via WLAF regarding his decision to apply.  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 07/02/2018-6AM-TOP PHOTO FEATURES FOUR-STAR GENERAL CARL STINER (L) AND NOAH SMITH)

5 Replies to “Noah seriously considers applying for BOE appointment”

  1. Noah would be a great asset to our BOE , he is a Godly young man that I feel would bring a very positive fresh view to the board . I will always trust and support his views !

  2. I attend church with Noah and even though we belong to different political parties I think he is an amazing young man and he would be a great asset to our county.

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