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Marshall County TASC Graduates Honored

Marshall County Schools recognized four of its eighteen TASC graduates for the 2017-2018 school year at the recent BOE meeting. TASC stands for Test Assessing Secondary Completion and replaced the GED in West Virginia in 2013. Graduates who attended the ceremony are pictured in the front row from left:  Misty Brown, Amanda Smith, Stephanie Wood and…

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Perfect Attendance Announced at McNinch Primary

Five students at McNinch Primary School achieved perfect attendance during the 2016-2017 academic year. Those students are Colin Burge, Janaeah Hurt, Rita Jia, Noel Littell and Chevy Pyles.  This marks the second time Pyles and Littell have achieved perfect attendance. Pictured from left are Rita Jia, Janaeah Hurt, Colin Burge, Chevy Pyles and Noel Littell.

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Child Nutrition Director Receives National Recognition

On the heels of being named West Virginia School Nutrition Association (SNA) Director of the Year, Marshall County Schools Director of Child Nutrition Debbie Derico has earned the Mideast Regional Director of the Year honor by the national SNA. The award is designed to recognize the extraordinary contributions of school nutrition directors who manage effective…

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Water Filtration Station Installed at MMS

Moundsville Middle School students are drinking more water thanks to a group of students, teachers and community partners- Erie Insurance, WVU Extension, and KEYS 4 HealthyKids. The students are taking part in an initiative called WVFedUp, which hopes to make schools a healthier place to learn.  One of the projects was to install a filtered water…

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Students Recognized by National Garden Club

McNinch Primary School teacher Ashley McCulley and her 2nd grade students received Honorable Mention for the National Garden Club’s Frightened Frog Award. The accolade was created to be given to youth based on the book “The Frightened Frog,” co-authored by Brenda Moore and Jean Ohlmann. Moundsville Garden Club members visited McNinch Primary and worked with…

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2017 Marshall County Reading Teacher of the Year Awarded

Amy Groome, a Title I teacher at McNinch Primary School, has been named the Rita Takach Reading Teacher of the Year for Marshall County Schools for her commitment to literacy. Groome believes fluency is the key to reading success.  “When children are given time to practice and become more fluent, they become more confident and…

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JM Recognizes PROMISE Scholars

John Marshall High School recognized the academic achievements of this year’s PROMISE Scholars during the school’s annual PRIDE awards ceremony. Twenty-eight Monarchs were awarded the scholarship, which covers tuition and fees up to $4,750 at approved two-year and four-year colleges and universities in West Virginia. The following John Marshall High School students were awarded the…

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WV First Lady Presents CHS with History Bowl Trophy

Cathy Leigh Comer Justice, the First Lady of West Virginia, joined West Virginia Division of Culture and History Commissioner Randall Reid-Smith at Cameron High School to honor the school’s History Bowl team for their win at the state tournament. During the ceremony First Lady Justice and Commissioner Reid-Smith presented the traveling state trophy to Cameron…

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MMS Campus Cleanup Project Featured on WTRF

Students in Cary Baker’s class at Moundsville Middle School started a recycling program last year to help the environment.  This year her students have taken the project one step farther by helping to keep the school grounds litter free. WTRF 7News Reporter Paige Madden stopped by the school to find out more about the additions…

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Elementary School Hosts Annual Disabilities Walkathon

Center McMechen Elementary School students, faculty and staff put on their walking shoes Tuesday to participate in a parade through McMechen to educate their neighbors about the different disabilities people may have because of an accident or disease. Students spent last week, in observance of the 31st annual Disabilities Awareness Week, learning about the many…

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CHS Valedictorian and Salutatorian Named

The Cameron High School administration is proud to announce the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the class of 2017. Angelica Elizabeth Starcovic has earned the distinction of CHS 2017 Valedictorian while Ashley Nicole Ruza has earned 2017 Salutatorian. All 2017 Cameron High School graduates will be honored on Monday, May 22 at 7:00 p.m. in the…

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Retirees Honored at Board Meeting

Teachers and service personnel retiring from Marshall County Schools at the end of the 2016-2017 school year were recognized by Superintendent Michael Hince and board members during a reception held in their honor at the regularly scheduled board meeting on Monday. The twenty-two retirees have a total of 615 years of combined experience. The retirees…

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Free Meals Provided in Marshall County During Summer Break

The Marshall County Board of Education announces its sponsorship of the federally funded Summer Food Service Program. Nutritional meals will be provided to any child 18 or younger.  Free breakfast and/or lunch will be served at two different locations. May 30 – June 16 (Mon – Fri) breakfast will be served from 8:00 a.m. until…

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2017 JMHS Top 5% Announced

The John Marshall High School administration is proud to announce the Top 5% from the Class of 2017. Seated from left are the Top 1%: William Fox, Brandi Powell, Isabella Pozell and Jacob Nelson. Standing from left are the Top 5%:  Erin Smith, Adriana Walt, Malory Van Scyoc, Hannah Stevey, Catherine Whorton, Owen Minor, Hannah…

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CHS Cafeteria Manager Receives Statewide Honor

Cameron High School Cafeteria Manager Karen Warsinsky has been named the 2017 West Virginia School Nutrition Association Manager of the Year. The award, given each year in honor of Louise Sublette, recognizes school nutrition managers for the contributions they have made throughout their school nutrition career. Warsinsky has served Marshall County Schools for the past…

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