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JM Student Presents Logo Sketches to City Council

John Marshall High School student Tristan McKeag recently provided Moundsville City Council with illustrations to consider when choosing a new city logo. Tristan designed the logos by utilizing the CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software he learned to use as a student in the Career & Technical Education Drafting program at JM. Drafting is a part of…

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K of C JM Students of the Month

The Knights of Columbus John Marshall High School Students of the Month for December are Zoe Johnson and Noah Beckett. Zoe Johnson is confident that her efforts in the classroom allowed her to earn this award. “I feel as if the teachers saw me as a student who got relatively good grades and did exceptional…

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Cartoonist + Inspiration = “Toonspiration” at GDES

Duane M. Abel, the creator of the comic strip ZED, visited Glen Dale Elementary School Thursday afternoon. The cartoonist presented his “Draw Your Destiny” program that promotes the importance of goal setting, the power of literacy and the importance of education. During an assembly for the entire student body, Abel delivered an inspiring and motivating…

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JM Pride Yearbook Earns 3rd Straight National First Class Ranking

The staff submitted the 50h edition, titled “GOLDEN,” during the fall of 2018 to the NSPA for a super-critique. The student staff seeks the feedback in order to grow the program and continue on the quest to produce a high quality yearbook. “I am in absolute shock in the most wonderful way. Last year’s staff…

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Pre-K Registration Announced

On Monday, January 28, 2019 Marshall County Schools will begin 2019-2020 Pre-K registration for children who turn 4 years old by July 1, 2019. If you wish to enroll your child in Pre-K, please call the school in your area to make an appointment and pick-up a registration packet or request an application packet be…

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GDES Group Helps with Holiday Project

Student Council members at Glen Dale Elementary School recently completed a community service project under the direction of advisor Ted Zervos. In conjunction with Appalachian Outreach, the students collected items, assembled and wrapped 20 boxes for the “Shoebox Santa” project. This program provides Christmas boxes for adults packed with personal hygiene items and winter necessities…

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TELL ME Program Implemented in Marshall County Schools

This year Marshall County Schools began using a program in the special needs Pre-K classes and other Special Education classes that builds the students’ language skills by blending Special Education and Speech-Language Pathology. The program titled TELL ME is an acronym for Teaching Early Language and Literacy through Multimodal Expression.  It uses children’s literature to…

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Holmes & Sprowls Announced JM CTE Students of the Month

The John Marshall High School Career & Technical Education Students of the Month for December are Billy Holmes and Cody Sprowls. Billy is a senior enrolled in the Collision Repair program at JM and is the son of Bill and Laura Holmes. He is a member of the National Technical Honor Society and the Drug…

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Evans Recognized as CHS CTE Student of the Quarter

Cameron High School junior Ashlee Evans has been named, by Family-Consumer Science teacher Dorothy Price, the CHS Career & Technical Education Student of the Quarter. Ashlee is currently serving as the school’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) President. She is also a member of the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) organization…

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K of C JM Students of the Month

The Knights of Columbus John Marshall High School Students of the Month for November are Charli Garrison and Edward Huck. Freshman Charli Garrison appreciates that she has been recognized for her hard work.  “I strive really hard to get straight A’s because I want to get in a good college. So I do my best…

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School Employees Receive Lifesaving Advice

Friday morning the school nurses of Marshall County Schools received “Stop the Bleed” training from Cameron High School Nurse Dawn Adkins. This training was created to help prevent deaths from blood loss that could be stopped by simple use of a tourniquet or by packing a wound with gauze. The “Stop the Bleed” campaign is…

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30 Days of Kindness at CMES

Center McMechen Elementary students are once again completing 30 Days of Kindness. They were challenged to complete at least one act of kindness every day in December. The students have completed service projects during those 30 days that included writing letters to the Military, collecting food for the Marshall County Animal Shelter, donating socks to…

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Cameron’s Caring Tree Continues to Grow

Cameron High School and Cameron Elementary School have teamed up for past 11 years to provide Christmas gifts and food for children in Marshall County during the holiday season. The Caring Tree Program, organized by CHS Counselor Kelly Pettit, has had to branch out farther into the community this year than in previous years. On…

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WLES Teacher Earns McDonald’s MAC Grant

Washington Lands Elementary School 5th grade teacher Lori Healy was one of only three to be awarded a local McDonald’s Make Activities Count (MAC) Grant. Local McDonald’s Owner/Operators Ross and Carol Stoltz, along with their son Bob, held a special presentation and dinner Tuesday evening at the Elm Grove location for this year’s MAC Grant…

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Williams and Marshall County FRN Organize Hoodies and Hams for Students

For the second year, Williams made the holiday season a little merrier and brighter for local school students. The Marshall County FRN helped to organize a project sponsored by Williams that sought to ensure local children and teens will have food and gift items for Christmas. Williams sponsored a “Hoodies and Hams” project that provided…

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