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Marshall Mobile Food Bus Summer Schedule

The Marshall Mobile Food Bus will continue to make weekly stops at various locations in Marshall County during the summer break from school. Students or parents can pick up food every Wednesday. The locations remain the same while several stops have a time change. The new schedule goes into effect on Wednesday, June 3, 2020.…

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JM Fab Lab Teacher Makes Face Shields for County Poll Officials

Wednesday morning at the Marshall County Courthouse, John Marshall High School teacher TJ Romick dropped off the 250 face shields he made in the school’s MIT certified Fab Lab. Marshall County Clerk Jan Pest contacted Romick about making the safeguards. While Pest says Marshall County poll officials won’t be required to wear face coverings on…

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Marshall County Schools Retirees Announced

As the 2019-2020 academic year comes to an end, so do the careers of the 28 teachers and service personnel members who will be retiring from Marshall County Schools. The retirees, who have a total of 635 years of combined experience, include Ronda Albaugh, Roslyn Alvarez, Cathy Bartlett, Stephen Blake, Tammy Brinkmeier, Jack Cain, Renee…

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Kasey Connor Named Rita Takach Reading Teacher of the Year

The Marshall County Literacy Council is honored to announce its Rita Takach Reading Teacher of the Year for 2020. Kasey Connor, Reading and English teacher at Cameron Middle School, is this year’s award recipient. Kasey promotes literacy through many activities. She started a Cameron Middle School Book Club. She had a children’s author talk with…

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P-EBT Program to Help WV Families in Need

The following article was released by the West Virginia Department of Education: The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved West Virginia’s application for Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) cards to support child nutrition needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the direction of Governor Jim Justice, the joint request was recently submitted by the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) and the West Virginia Department of Health and…

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JMHS Students Grab 2020 West Virginia LifeSmarts Title

The student team from John Marshall High School has been crowned West Virginia LifeSmarts champions for the 2019-2020 academic year. LifeSmarts, a consumer education competition that challenges teens in grades 9th through 12th about personal finance, health and safety, the environment, technology and consumer rights and responsibilities, is a program of the National Consumers League…

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Marshall County Schools Honors School Lunch Heroes

On Friday, May 1, 2020, the administrators of Marshall County Schools are showing their appreciation for the school nutrition staff and other service personnel members by celebrating School Lunch Hero Day, a special way to recognize the school employees and the differences they make every day. Ever since the COVID-19 pandemic caused the closure of…

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Blackmore Earns Marshall County Teacher of the Year Award

Marshall County Schools Assistant Superintendent Woody Yoder has announced that Sheila Blackmore has been named the 2021 Marshall County Schools Teacher of the Year. The honor is titled “2021” because this is the qualifier for the 2021 West Virginia Teacher of the Year award. Currently, Blackmore teaches 5th grade at Center McMechen Elementary School. “I…

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Distance Learning Continues Through the End of the Current Academic Year

As per West Virginia Governor Jim Justice’s announcement on Tuesday, students of Marshall County Schools will not return to the classroom for in-person instruction for the 2019-2020 academic year. Remote learning will continue for all students through Wednesday, May 20, 2020. “While this is not an ideal way to close the school year, we must…

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2020 Marshall County Golden Horseshoe Winners Announced

Bailey Sebroski from Moundsville Middle School, Liadan Smith from Our Lady of Peace School and Grace Gatts and Charles Heitz from Sherrard Middle School are being recognized for their outstanding knowledge of West Virginia history by being named the 2020 West Virginia Golden Horseshoe winners in Marshall County. Given every year since 1931, the Golden…

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