Welding Student’s Project Highlighted

For the past several months Grace Stephens, a John Marshall High School junior, has been making signs from steel and metal in the school’s welding lab. Grace explained the entire process to 7News Reporter Samantha Gretchen.  The story can be viewed at the link below. http://www.yourohiovalley.com/story/32078120/a-john-marshall-student-is-using-her-talents-to-inspire-others

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Air Evac Team Visits JM

John Marshall High School Therapeutic Services students had the opportunity to meet with Air Evac medics for a hands-on demonstration about what it takes to be a flight nurse and what steps are needed to land a job as a flight paramedic. The Martins Ferry based Team 82 started the exhibition by landing one of…

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JM PRIDE Awards Scheduled

The annual PRIDE Awards Ceremony will be held at John Marshall High School on Tuesday, May 31, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. in the Center for Performing Arts. Awards will be given to seniors who have received college and community scholarships and who have demonstrated academic excellence. Individuals from various community agencies and organizations will present…

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Project Helps JM Students Honor Local Golf Legend

Students enrolled in the John Marshall High School Agricultural Sciences program along with Monarch Golf team members gathered at Wheeling Park Golf Course to manicure number 5 tee as a tribute to an Ohio Valley Golf Academy coach. Prior to students taking over the project, the tee had been meticulously landscaped by Ohio Valley golf legend…

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Retirees Honored at Board Meeting

Teachers and service personnel retiring from Marshall County Schools at the end of the 2015-2016 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 Tuesday, May 24, 2016. The twenty-five retirees have a total of 634 years of combined…

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MMS Students Participate in Mock Sentencing

Second Judicial Circuit Court Judge David W. Hummel, Jr. conducted a mock sentencing for Moundsville Middle School students to watch in the school’s gymnasium. Along with attorney Brett Ferro, who played the role of the Prosecuting Attorney, and West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals Judicial Law Clerk Jordan Swaton, who played the role of the…

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Reading Teacher of the Year Announced

Heather Haught, a first grade teacher at McNinch Primary School, has been named the Rita Takach Reading Teacher of the Year for Marshall County Schools. Each year the Marshall County Reading Council accepts nominations for the award named in honor of Rita Takach who was a dedicated Title I Reading Specialist with Marshall County Schools…

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Hilltop Green Team Ranks Nationally

The Hilltop Elementary School Recycling Team has placed 23 out of 25 in a nationwide recycling program sponsored by PepsiCo Recycling. Recycle Rally is a free program that provides K-12 schools and students the resources to make recycling easy, fun and rewarding. Hilltop students and their families collected number 1 plastic bottles since the beginning…

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Project Encourages Helping Classmates

The members of Girl Scout Troop 4923 built, painted and installed “Buddy Benches” on all three playgrounds at Hilltop Elementary School. The benches aren’t meant to be used for relaxing.  Students who are feeling lonely or sad during recess are encouraged to sit on the bench.  When another student sees someone on a “Buddy Bench”…

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JM Hosts Mock Presidential Convention

Students at John Marshall High School participated in a mock Presidential Convention in the school’s Center for the Performing Arts on Thursday, May 19, 2016. The students chose which convention, Democratic or Republican, they would attend and also filled all roles within the convention from convention chair to state delegates.  Students determined who would represent…

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JM Spring Choral Concert This Tuesday

The John Marshall High School Choral Department’s Spring Concert will be on Tuesday, May 24th, 2016 at 7p.m. in the Center for the Performing Arts.   The show will feature the Concert Choir and Monarch Choir with guest band students performing on select numbers.   The concert is open to the public and is free of…

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2016 JMHS Top 5% Announced

The administration at John Marshall High School is proud to announce the Top 5% from the Class of 2016. Front Row (Left to Right): Abby Woods, Heather Shook, Dominic Campeti, Luke Bonar, Marisa Tordella Back Row (Left to Right): Bethany Booth, Alyssa Wallace, Hannah Thomas, Tyler Keller, Chris Kuskey, Madison Carroll, Natalie Marsh, Kristen Frohnapfel

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Marshall County Locations Depicted in Student Charcoal Art

Advanced art students from Moundsville Middle School currently have drawings on display at the Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex in Moundsville. In celebration of National Historic Preservation Month, the featured artists created charcoal drawings depicting various historical buildings in Marshall County. A video titled “Memories of Moundsville 1941” sparked an interest in learning more about various…

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Middle Schoolers Tour Government Facilities

West Virginia History students from Moundsville Middle School spent their Friday morning visiting nine different local government agencies to better understand the roles of each entity. The 8th graders were able to tour the brand new Marshall County Public Safety building, the Marshall County Courthouse, the Marshall County Chamber of Commerce and the Moundsville Municipal…

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Miller Receives Service Personnel Accolade

Scott Miller was honored at a recent Marshall County Board of Education meeting for being named Service Personnel Member of the Year for Marshall County Schools. Miller, a bus mechanic, has only worked for the county for two years.  In that short time he has impressed his colleagues with his dedication to the school district. …

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CL – Testing

May 31 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm