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Special Olympics Event Debuts in Marshall County

Marshall County Special Olympians gathered at John Marshall High School Thursday to compete at the first-ever Fall Field Day. The friendly competition included basketball and soccer games for all ages. This inaugural sporting event gave the Special Olympics athletes the chance to showcase their skills by participating in fun contests. Special Olympians from all Marshall…

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Marshall County Schools Unveils First-Ever Honors Choir

The choir directors of Marshall County Schools are pleased to announce the inaugural Marshall County Honors Choir. This choir consists of 85 singers representing auditioned choristers from John Marshall High School, Cameron High School, Moundsville Middle School and Sherrard Middle School. The directors are thrilled Marshall County is able to offer this wonderful opportunity to…

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AG on the Move Mobile Lab Stops at McNinch Primary

The West Virginia Farm Bureau’s Mobile Agriculture Education Science Lab is parked at McNinch Primary School this week. The 40-foot lab is a fully-contained trailer equipped with multiple research stations. Michelle Bailey, WV Farm Bureau Mobile Ag Ed Science Lab Coordinator, and several volunteers guided the students while they conducted hands-on projects designed to meet…

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Schools Celebrate National School Lunch Week

To recognize the National School Lunch Program and the 30 million children it serves every day, Marshall County Schools is celebrating National School Lunch Week. This year’s theme, “Lots 2 Love,” encourages students and school nutrition professionals across the country to share what they love most about school lunch programs. National School Lunch Week emphasizes…

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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 September are freshmen Conner Blatt and Trixie Calissie. Trixie performs a variety of school activities such as 4-H, softball, archery and strings. John Marshall High School Assistant Principal Geno Polsinelli recognizes Trixie’s hard work in the classroom. “Trixie’s character and work ethic in…

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Storytime with GKT Held at Hilltop Elementary

On Thursday morning, the law firm of Gold, Khourey & Turak visited Hilltop Elementary School to help motivate and nurture young students’ excitement for reading.  The local law firm made a special delivery of nearly 700 books!  The generous delivery of many kid-favorite titles was made possible by Scholastic Book Clubs, a division of Scholastic,…

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WLU “Invades” JM

Approximately 20 West Liberty University faculty members “took over” John Marshall High School classrooms Friday as a part of the school’s 3rd annual “Academic Invasion” by the Hilltoppers. Students were surprised, when they reported to class, to see their regular teachers had been replaced for the day.  Every professor taught a lesson in their subject…

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September JM CTE Students of the Month Announced

Jaden Duffield and Jordan Wood have been named Career & Technical Education Students of the Month at John Marshall High School for September. Duffield is a senior in the Machine and Tool Technology program and is the son of Cory and Yvette Duffield. He is member of the National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society,…

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CHS Band Chosen WTRF – C.A. House Band of the Week

Every Wednesday on 7News at 5, WTRF showcases a different high school band from the Ohio Valley on the C.A. House High School Band of the Week feature. This week WTRF chose to highlight the Cameron High School Band, under the direction of Jewlina Matthews. Click on the link below for the full story from WTRF: https://www.wtrf.com/community/cameron-dragons-band-of-the%20week/1495556151?utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter_WTRF7News    

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CHS CTE Student of the Quarter Named

Cameron High School senior Sydney Burkle has been selected as Career & Technical Education Student of the Quarter. Sydney believes the Agribusiness Systems and Plant Systems programs have brought her closer to her peers while improving her social skills. “I’m now a better public speaker,” explained Sydney. “FFA has also taught me life lessons. I’m…

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Former NFL & WVU Player Talks Bully Prevention at SMS

October is National Bullying Prevention Month. This worldwide campaign, founded by PACER’s National Bully Prevention Center in 2006, offers information and education to people about how they can help stop bullying. The group’s goal is to motivate everyone to band together for kindness, acceptance and inclusion at a global level. Locally, students at Sherrard Middle…

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Homecoming Festivities Planned at Cameron High School

Cameron High School Homecoming events begin Monday. Next week students will participate in grade-level competitions, themed dress-up days and a closing “Blue and Gold” celebration pep rally Friday afternoon. “I can’t wait for spirit week,” says Freshmen Attendant Autumn Streight. “It’s always so much fun!” Community Homecoming festivities will begin with the parade at 5:30…

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Marshall County Strings Fall Concert Announced

The Marshall County Strings Program will present its annual fall concert on Wednesday, October 10, 2018 at 7:00 pm in the John Marshall High School Gymnasium. The concert will feature 180 middle and high school students performing a variety of fall music in festive costumes for the performance.  The concert is free and open to…

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United Bank Donates Supplies to Hilltop Elementary

Hilltop Elementary School recently received a generous donation of much needed supplies from United Bank, one of the school’s Partners in Education. The items will be used to replenish classroom supplies throughout the school year.  In addition to using the supplies in their classrooms, the students will use the school supplies during their time in…

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Students Attend 10th Annual Ag Day

The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the Northern Panhandle Conservation District held the 10th annual Hands-On Ag Day Thursday and Friday at the Marshall County Fairgrounds in Moundsville for all Marshall County 5th graders.  Students rotated through 11 stations that cover a specific aspect of agriculture such as soil, water quality, forestry, livestock and…

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