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SchoolCash Online

Click HERE to visit SchoolCash Online to make electronic payments for school items.

P-EBT Information

Information about P-EBT cards can been found HERE. 

Faculty Email Addresses

Click HERE to view a list of Marshall County Schools faculty email addresses.

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.


Click HERE to view a copy of our Testing Transparency document for 2023.

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

If you are a student or staff member of Marshall County Schools and you need assistance with your email address, please click HERE for assistance.  

Cameron High School Band members

CHS Band Performs at Amusement Park Competition

On Friday, May 12, 2023, the Cameron High School Band performed at the Cedar Point Music in the Parks Festival. Schools from Indiana, Michigan, Ohio and West Virginia attended. The…
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Group of students holding artwork.

Hilltop Elementary Kindness Crew Creates Artwork for Local Nursing Home

The Hilltop Elementary School fifth-grade Kindness Crew, a student community service organization, recently created paintings and matted them. The artwork will be donated to Good Shepherd Nursing home in Wheeling…
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Sample activity pass with the Marshall County Schools logo.

Free Activity Pass Offered to Marshall County Residents

All Marshall County residents are eligible for a complimentary Marshall County Schools Activity Pass that will grant you free admission to county and school sponsored events such as musical performances…
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Pictured from left: Marshall County Commissioner John Gruzinskas, MMS student Lorelei Williams, Marshall County Commissioner Mike Ferro and Marshall County Commissioner Scott Varner.

MMS Student a CCAWV Essay Winner

A student from Marshall County is among the top finishers in this year’s essay contest held by the County Commissioners’ Association of West Virginia (CCAWV). Eleven other students from different…
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Khloe Thayer

CHS Student Doesn’t Miss a Day of School

Cameron High School 6th grader Khloe Thayer is the school’s only student to earn “Perfect Attendance” for the 2022-2023 academic year.
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Pictured from left: JM Assistant Principal Geno Polsinelli, Brynn Williams, Cheyenne Conkle, Gage Hull and K of C Council 1907 Grand Knight Lou Richmond.

May 2023 K of C Students of the Month

The Knights of Columbus John Marshall Students of the Month for May are Brynn Williams, Gage Hull and Cheyenne Conkle. Grand Knight Lou Richmond of the Knights of Columbus gave…
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Cake with blue icing and blue, red, yellow and orange icing balloons. Congratulations MCS Retirees is written in cursive in red.

Marshall County Schools Retirees Honored

As the 2022-2023 academic year comes to an end, so do the careers of the 11 administrators, teachers and service personnel members who will be retiring from Marshall County Schools.…
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The back of the Moundsville Middle School building.

MMS named WV PBIS Tier 1 Model School

Moundsville Middle School was named a 2022-2023 West Virginia PBIS Tier 1 Model School by the West Virginia Behavior/Mental Health Technical Assistance Center (WVBMHTAC). In collaboration with the WV Autism…
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Tray of food.

MCS BOE Provides Free Meals to Children During the Summer

The Marshall County Board of Education announces its sponsorship of the federally funded Summer Food Service Program. A nutritious meal is important for children to learn, play and remain active…
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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.