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Unique Student Artwork on Display at Mound

Students at Moundsville Middle School learned about the forces of motion and gravity using a new painting technique called pendulum painting. Instead of using the traditional method of a brush, students attached rope to the ceiling of their classroom. They mounted a cup filled with acrylic paint at the end of the rope. By using…

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Air Ambulance Lands at JM

John Marshall High School Therapeutic Services students had the opportunity to meet with HealthNet Aeromedical Services medics for a hands-on demonstration about what it takes to be a flight nurse and what steps are needed to land a job as a flight paramedic. Members from Moundsville Services Base 10 started the exhibition by landing one…

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JMHS Spring Choral Concert Planned

The choral department of John Marshall High School, under the direction of David Scherrick, will hold its Spring Choral Concert on Thursday, May 3, 2018 at 6:00 pm. The concert will be held in the Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of John Marshall High School.  You can hear songs from Concert Choir…

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Marshall County Service Personnel Member of the Year and Teacher of the Year Named

Marshall County Board of Education members and county administrators recognized Service Personnel and Teacher of the Year candidates during the regular board meeting on Tuesday evening. Each year service personnel, teachers and administrators vote a faculty and staff member to represent their school as a county contender. Then a committee, consisting of county office officials…

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Marshall County Strings Spring Concert Will Make a Big Splash

The Marshall County Strings Program will present its annual spring concert on Tuesday, May 1, 2018 at 6:30 pm in the John Marshall High School Center for Performing Arts. The concert will showcase music about water. Concert selections include familiar songs such as the fiddle tune Cripple Creek and Banana Boat Song performed by elementary…

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Dragon Players to Play “The Game”

The Cameron High School Dragon Players will perform their 2018 production of Louise Bryant’s “The Game.” Extended upon and with characters added by director Whitney Healy, “The Game” tells the story of a gamble played between sisters Life and Death. In this one-act play, Life is trying to bargain with Death, who is scheduled to…

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Students Help Chevron Stock Local Lakes

Chevron employees joined RDR Energy Services and Baker Hughes, today, to promote environmental stewardship and conservation for Marshall and Ohio County school students at the fourth annual “Stocking the Streams” day. Officers and volunteers from the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (WVDNR), Wheeling Fraternal Order of Police, Oglebay Good Zoo, Trout Unlimited Chapter 434…

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Vagabond Chef Visits Glen Dale Elementary

Chef Matt Welsch visited the 2nd grade classroom at Glen Dale Elementary School to discuss his career and appearance on the Food Network show Guy’s Grocery Games. He won the competition and earned $20,000. After years of slinging food and learning the restaurant business in kitchens and resorts around the country, Chef Welsch returned home…

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Mentorship Turned Friendship Leads Teachers to National Certification

One of the most important factors that ensures a student gets a good education is the quality of the teacher. An effective teacher can be described in many different ways: caring, respectful and kind, along with being a good listener and communicator.  However, those adjectives only describe a teacher’s character.  Skill and knowledge of the…

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NWTF Awards 2018 Student Scholarships

The John E. “Mutt” Martin Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation is proud to announce its 2018 class of scholarship recipients. Cameron High School seniors Wyatt Wingrove, Erica Berardi and Bailey Lyons and John Marshall High School seniors Shari Richmond and Kyrie Menedez have each earned a $1,500 scholarship. The John E. “Mutt” Martin…

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