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Faculty Email Addresses

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COVID-19 School Recovery Plan & Guidance

Marshall County Schools follows the WVDE COVID guidance as outlined in the WVDE COVID School Recovery Plan & Guidance document. More information can be found HERE.

Internet Safety

Remember Internet Safety in your daily health and safety routines. For resources on Internet Safety and Digital Citizenship click HERE.

Staff Trainings

  • All staff can access the MCS Online Policy Training Course by clicking HERE. You will be directed to a OneNote Notebook and will sign in with your email and email password.
  • The CE Schedule for Professional Staff can be found HERE.
  • The CE Schedule for Service Staff can be found HERE.
  • Professional Development opportunities for professional staff are HERE.
  • Autism Training opportunities are listed HERE.

Students and Staff -- Email Address Assistance

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The 15 school counselors met at the Marshall County Schools Board of Education office for the proclamation signing. Seated, from left: John Marshall High School Counselor Mika Ward, Sherrard Middle School Counselor Courtney Wheeling, JMHS Counselor Mia Angalich, Marshall County Schools Student Services Director Casey Storm, JMHS Counselor Angela Curran, and JMHS Counselor Melanie Knutsen. Standing, from left: Hilltop Elementary School Counselor Shelly Behm, Cameron Elementary School Counselor Rachel Ciccone, Sand Hill Elementary School Counselor Claire Juszczak, Cameron High School Counselor Kelly Pettit, Moundsville Middle School Counselor Abby Aston, Central Elementary School Counselor Jenna Dompa, Glen Dale Elementary / Washington Lands Elementary School Counselor Amy Tucker, McNinch Primary School Counselor Jennifer Pickett and Center McMechen Elementary School Counselor Jennifer Wharton

Marshall County Schools Observes National School Counseling Week

National School Counseling Week 2023, “School Counselors: Helping Students Dream Big,” sponsored by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA), will be celebrated in Marshall County from February 6–10, 2023, to…
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From left: WLES Speech Therapist Becky Hinerman holds Wildcat Wally as WLES PE teacher Michael Grimm exclaims the furry prognosticator says “six more weeks of winter.” Students were excited to hear there is a chance for a few more snow days.

WLE’s Wildcat Wally Predicts Old Man Winter Will Stay, For Now

Groundhog Day is a popular tradition that dates back to the mid-1800s and has roots in the German communities of Pennsylvania. This weather folklore is based on using an animal…
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Pictured from left: JM Assistant Principal Geno Polsinelli, Liam Marlin, Jackson Helms and K of C Council 1907 Grand Knight Lou Richmond.

December 2022 K of C Students of the Month

The Knights of Columbus John Marshall Students of the Month for December are Johnny Mercer, Jackson Helms and Liam Marlin. Grand Knight Lou Richmond of the Knights of Columbus gave…
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Pictured from left: Reagan Ali and Audriana Arrojo. Fiona Ren was absent on the day of the certificate presentation.

December MMS Students of the Month

Moundsville Middle School students in 6th, 7th and 8th grade were chosen as students of the month for December. Reagan Ali (6th), Audriana Arrojo (7th) and Fiona Ren (8th) are…
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Marshall County Science Fair overall winner Drew Marling, 6h grader at Sherrard Middle School.

2023 Marshall County Science Fair Held

Student “scientists” gathered at the John Marshall Field House in Moundsville Thursday to compete in the Marshall County Science Fair. The annual competition featured 29 projects from 30 students in…
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Pictured from left: Marshall County Schools BOE President John Miller, Alicia Cunningham, Senior Safety & Loss Control Consultant for Encova Insurance, Beth Phillips, professional accountant for Marshall County Schools, and Marshall County Schools Chief Financial Officer Nan Hartley.

MCS Earns Safety Award from Encova

Encova Insurance selected Marshall County Schools as a 2022 Safety Award Recognition Program honoree for its dedication to providing a safe and healthy workplace for students and employees through training…
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Marshall County Schools gold and blue logo with a book in the center.

2023 Adult Education Spring Classes Offered

Reservations are being taken for the Marshall County Schools 2023 Spring Adult Education classes. Classes being offered can be seen include Welding, Introduction to 3D Printing and Home Repair. Classes…
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aerial view of tables and perople walking around the Cameron High School gymnasium at the fair.

Cameron High School Career & College Fair Held

The 6th annual Cameron High School College and Career Fair took place Wednesday in the school’s gymnasium. There were nearly 35 vendors at the event including representatives from colleges and…
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Six of the 15 school counselors met at the Marshall County Schools Board of Education office for the proclamation signing. Seated, from left: Cameron High School Counselor Kelly Pettit, Marshall County Schools Superintendent Dr. Shelby Haines, Marshall County Schools Student Services Director Karen Klamut and Cameron Elementary School Counselor Rachel Ciccone. Standing, from left: McNinch Primary School Counselor Jennifer Pickett, Central Elementary School Counselor Jenna Dompa, Center McMechen Elementary School Counselor Jennifer Wharton and Glen Dale Elementary / Washington Lands Elementary School Counselor Amy Tucker.

Marshall County Schools Observes National School Counseling Week

National School Counseling Week 2022, “School Counseling: Better Together,” sponsored by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA), will be celebrated from February 7–11, 2022, to focus public attention on the…
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Help keep our schools and children safe. If you see something, say something.  West Virginia Safe Schools Helpline:   866-723-3982.  Anonymous 24/7 reporting of anything that might harm students.  If you suspect child abuse or neglect, call 1-800-352-6513 and follow the automated prompts.