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JM Freshman Wins WV First Lady’s Essay Contest

First Lady Cathy Justice is happy to announce the winners of the “Wonderful West Virginia Mother’s Day Essay Contest.” The First Lady received 280 essays and was excited and impressed with the young writing talent in West Virginia: “The Governor and I are thrilled with the response to the ‘Wonderful West Virginia Mother’s Day Essay…

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Kuskey Recognized as an Outstanding Teacher

John Marshall High School English teacher Jonna Kuskey was presented a 2018 Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Award Tuesday morning by Arch Coal spokesperson Randy Cheetham. Former student Brandi Powell, West Liberty University Professor of English Dr. Steve Criniti and JM Assistant Principal Katie Dantrassy nominated her for the award because of the impact she has…

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Students Earn Prestigious Governor’s Workforce Credentials

More than 400 Career Technical Education (CTE) students from across the state received recognition by earning the second Governor’s Workforce Credential (GWC). Students were honored Monday for meeting or exceeding rigid criteria that measures applicable real-world and work-readiness skills their CTE programs. Governor Justice’s office along with West Virginia Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steven Paine,…

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JM Seniors Honored at PRIDE Awards Ceremony

The annual John Marshall High School PRIDE Awards Ceremony was held on Monday in the Center for Performing Arts. Awards were given to seniors who have received college and community scholarships and who have demonstrated academic excellence. Individuals from various community agencies and organizations presented awards to students for their accomplishments. College scholarships were presented…

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Law Enforcement Officers Read to Students

Detective Taylor from the Wheeling Police Department and Deputy Morando and Deputy Klempa from the Marshall County Sheriff’s Office visited McNinch Primary School. They talked with students about what they do, answered questions, and read with students.       

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Allen and Thompson JM’s April CTE Students of the Month

Beth Allen and Morgan Thompson have been selected as Career & Technical Education Students of the Month at John Marshall High School for April. Beth is a senior in the Broadcasting Technology program and is the daughter of Bob and Courtney Allen.  Beth will attend West Liberty University to major in Broadcasting. Morgan is a…

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2018 CHS Valedictorian and Salutatorian Named

The Cameron High School administration is proud to announce the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the class of 2018. Pictured from left: Bailey Lyons has earned the distinction of CHS 2018 Valedictorian while Peri Gray has earned 2018 Salutatorian. All 2018 Cameron High School graduates will be honored on Friday, May 18 at 7:00 p.m. in…

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2018 JMHS Top 5% Announced

The John Marshall High School administration is proud to announce the Top 5% from the Class of 2018. Seated from left are the Top 1%: Amanda Palmer and Colerain McCardle. Not pictured is Abreanne Andlinger. Standing from left are the Top 5%:  Sarah Sberna, Brenna McIntyre, Megan Denning, Jada Voellinger, Mackenna Strait, Maggie Lyons, Alexa…

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Cafeteria Staff Grows New Program

Hilltop Elementary Cafeteria Manager Johnnie Wayt and cook Missy Francis collaborated on a project to give students at the school their own homegrown tomato plant. The two began by collecting and washing empty plastic chocolate milk containers. Each of the 430 bottles were cut in half and a tomato seed was planted in soil. The…

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April JM K of C Student of the Month Announced

The Knights of Columbus John Marshall Freshman Student of the Month for April is Colton Asbury. He is on the cross country, swim and track teams. He’s also enrolled in honor classes. John Marshall Assistant Principal Geno Polsinelli believes Colton really deserves this award. “He defies the odds in a lot of different ways not…

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JM Fab Lab Grand Opening Celebrated

A “Grand Opening” was held Wednesday morning at John Marshall for the school’s new Fab Lab. JM is the first and only school in West Virginia to have a certified MIT digital fabrication makerspace. The John Marshall High School Fab Lab was funded entirely by state and private grants. Students began using the facility at…

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CTE Student of the Quarter Announced at CHS

Cameron High School senior Kimberly Lemasters has been named Career & Technical Education Student of the Quarter in the Business Management and Administration Support program. Kimberly is the FBLA President, FCCLA Treasurer and Student Council Vice President. She is also a member of the Governor’s Program, Rachel’s Challenge, SADD Club, Blood Drive Club and Art…

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WV Soil Tunnel Trailer Takes Students Below Ground

Northern Panhandle Conservation District members and several volunteers spent the past week visiting schools in Marshall County to teach students about “the whole other world beneath their feet.” Students at Cameron Elementary School, Center McMechen Elementary School, Central Elementary School, Glen Dale Elementary School, Hilltop Elementary School, Moundsville Middle School and Sherrard Middle School got…

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Marshall County Special Olympians Compete in Track & Field

More than 130 student and adult athletes participated at the 30th annual Marshall County Special Olympics Track & Field event at John Marshall High School. Athletes were assisted by the 160 peer tutors from both Marshall County high schools, Cameron and John Marshall, while competing in various track and field events.  Participants could also make…

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Knights of the Golden Horseshoe Honored

More than 220 8th graders from across the state received recognition Friday as Knights of the Golden Horseshoe. Abbi Carney, Cheyenne Conner and Chloe Yocum from Cameron High School and Riley McIntyre from Moundsville Middle School are now Knights of the Golden Horseshoe Society after the induction ceremony in Charleston. CHS 8th grade History teacher…

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