MMS LEOs Helping School in Need

The LEO Club at Moundsville Middle School, sponsored by the Lion’s Club of Moundsville, is lending a helping hand to a community in southern West Virginia whose school was damaged by flood waters in June. LEO members have decided to raise money for Elkview Middle School in Kanawha County.  The club’s goal is to collect…

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Trojans Meet Local Officials

  City and county officials gathered together to introduce themselves to Moundsville Middle School 6th and 7th grade students during an assembly in the school’s gymnasium. Moundsville Mayor Eugene Saunders, Police Chief Tom Mitchell and Fire Chief Noel Clark joined Marshall County Sheriff Kevin Cecil and Deputy Travis Morando to share their experiences with serving the…

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JM September CTE Students of the Month Announced

Dalton Garrison and Sam Hall have been named September’s Career & Technical Education Students of the Month at John Marshall High School. Dalton is a junior in the Machine and Tool Technology program and is the son of Rex and Janet Garrison.  He plans to attend college after graduation and believes the Machine and Tool…

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JMHS Homecoming Court

The 2016 John Marshall High School Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned Friday night during halftime when the Monarchs host Parkersburg South High School at Monarch Stadium.  Kickoff is 7:00pm.     Front row from left: JM Homecoming Queen Candidates Zoey Wills, Kaytlin Shockey Brandi Powell, Hannah Morris, Abbey Bauer, Jourdin Yuncke, Emily Yoho…

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Marshall County Strings Fall Concert Planned

  The Marshall County Strings Program will present its annual fall concert on Tuesday, October 4, 2016 at the John Marshall High School Field House in Moundsville. The concert, which begins at 6:00PM, will feature approximately 150 middle and high school students performing a variety of fall music.  Students will also dress in festive costumes…

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SMS PBIS Program Adds New Incentives

Sherrard Middle School students who follow the school’s motto of Respectful, Accountable, Motivated and Safe (RAMS) can earn a RAMS card from any member of the faculty for displaying those characteristics, both inside and outside the classroom. Once students begin earning RAMS cards, they can use the cards to “purchase” different items at the school’s new…

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Marshall County Students Participate in Annual Hands on Ag Day

The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the Northern Panhandle Conservation District hosted the 8th annual Hands on Ag Day at the Marshall County Fairgrounds in Moundsville for all Marshall County 5th grade students from both public and private schools. Students rotated through 11 stations that cover a specific aspect of agriculture such as soil,…

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CHS FFA National Results Released

Agricultural educators and industry leaders recently converged on Indianapolis, Indiana to evaluate each state’s candidates for the American FFA Degree and other proficiency awards. Cameron High School had eight FFA members anxiously awaiting the results in the National Proficiency Competition. This year the Cameron Chapter’s competitors reached new heights by obtaining two National Gold Medals,…

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“Seeds of Hope” Blood Drive Held at JM

The Marshall County Childhood Cancer Awareness Group teamed up with John Marshall High School’s Blood Drive Club and the Central Blood Bank Tuesday for a blood drive in memory of Abby Frohnapfel. This was the first of several events being held in September for Childhood Cancer Awareness month. 112 units of blood were collected.  Each…

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CHS NHS Officers Elected

The Cameron High School National Honor Society officers for the 2016-2017 school year have been named. The senior students elected include President Ashley Ruza, Vice-President Angelica Starcovic, Secretary Sarah Allen, Co-Treasurer Jasmine Jasenec, Co-Treasurer Claire O’Neil and Historian Emily Doty.

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JM Student and Teachers Featured in Upcoming Documentary

John Marshall High School sophomore Kailey Filben along with History teacher Daniel Easton and Band teacher Tracey Filben reflected on their time spent in Poland this past summer during an interview conducted for an upcoming documentary about their experiences. Catherine Skolnicki, a producer from the Pittsburgh based production company Ya Momz House, and her crew…

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Events Planned for Childhood Cancer Awareness Month

Marshall County Schools is teaming up with the Marshall County Childhood Cancer Awareness Group for several events during the month of September. A blood drive is being held in memory of Abby Frohnapfel at John Marshall High School on Tuesday, September 6, 2016 from 8:30am until 4:30pm in the gymnasium. The public is invited to…

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JM Marching Band Named Band of the Week

The John Marshall Marching Monarchs have been named CA House Music’s Band of the Week. The music store’s latest newspaper ad recognizes the John Marshall Marching Band and Director Tracey Filben for their talent and hardwork . 2016 CA House Band of the Week

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Eskridge Receives Leonard Jarrett Award

Moundsville Middle School Social Studies teacher Mike Eskridge was presented with the Leonard Jarrett Award, the highest honor given by the West Virginia Lions Sight Conservation Foundation. Lions Club member Eva Dague, representing the Dan Dague Memorial Car and Bike Show, made a $1,000 donation to the Sight Foundation in recognition of Eskridge’s years of…

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New Playground Equipment Installed at McNinch Primary

For the past five years, McNinch Primary School Nurse Tammy Riding and Physical Education teacher Ashley Doty have been raising funds to put toward making the school’s playground handicap accessible. Their hard work has finally paid off. The playground, now equipped with special needs adaptive swings and a cushioned surface, was designed so every student…

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BOE Schedule

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Tue 27

CL – Testing

September 27 @ 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Tue 27

BR – BOE Meeting

September 27 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm