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Updated Marshall Mobile Food Bus Schedule

West Virginia Governor Jim Justice’s Executive Order to “stay at home” clearly states school districts providing food to students is an essential service. This means Marshall County Schools will continue to supply students with meals during the state-issued closure without interruption. However, to limit the number of times citizens and school employees have to leave…

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Recreational Facilities Closed

As per recommendation of the Marshall County Health Department and West Virginia Governor Jim Justice’s order to close recreational facilities, all Marshall County Schools parks, playgrounds, shelters and athletic courts are closed until further notice.

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Proof of Enrollment Forms Available at BOE Office

Any student who would like an enrollment form for their driver’s license or permit can call Marshall County Schools Attendance Director Ms. Mercer at 304-843-4400 ext. 345. Leave a message with your legal name, student number and a phone number where you can be reached. Ms. Mercer will be checking her messages periodically throughout the…

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MMS Band Members Recognized for Solo & Ensemble Accomplishments

Several students from Moundsville Middle School participated in the Region VI Solo & Ensemble Festival held at West Liberty University on Saturday, February 1, 2020. More than 20 students received a Superior rating of 1 for their performances and submitted a recording to be considered for the State Music Conference. Twelve MMS Trojans earned an…

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Marshall County Social Studies Fair Held

Pictured are the students who scored a 100% on their Social Studies project. Front row from left: Connor Fromhart, Chase Fromhart, Zoe Zervos, Allison McGraw, Emma King, Lillian Williams and Jackson Bonar. Back row from left: Alaina Lucey, Emily Butler, Devan Schrack, Madison Bowman and Ashlynn Vantassell. The 9th annual Marshall County Schools Social Studies…

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CMES Participates in Statistics in Schools Week

Pictured from left: CMES students Tapanga Antill, Jack Barton, Grace Evans, and Dexter Choi, along with all of their classmates, filled out a mock census survey Thursday afternoon. The U.S. Census Bureau is working to ensure every child is counted in the 2020 Census. The goal of a partnership formed between Marshall County Schools and…

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Literacy Council Celebrates Dr. Seuss Day with the Cat in the Hat

The Marshall County Literacy Council’s HEART (Home and Educator Actively Reading Together) Council hosted a family activity night on Monday, March 2, 2020 at the Moundsville-Marshall County Public Library. The group celebrated its love of Dr. Seuss books. In memory of Dr. Seuss, the Cat in the Hat entertained visitors with activities and refreshments in…

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JM Students Earn President’s Volunteer Service Award

Pictured from left: JM Principal Cassie Porter, Jessica Jasinski, Creed Kidney and Emily Anderson. Emily Anderson, Jessica Jasinski and Creed Kidney have been honored for their meritorious volunteer work with a President’s Volunteer Service Award. The award, which recognizes Americans of all ages who have volunteered significant amounts of their time to serve their communities…

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Marshall County Young Writers Honored

Students who read their stories during the Young Writers Tea are pictured from left. Front row: Zane Gast, Maggie McGlumphy, Addison Mlodzik, Hugh Hagan, Liberty Cuffaro and Ava Kimmins. Back row: Trixie Calissie, Owen Berisford, Joshua Meneely, Thaddeus Dempewolf and Jasper Murrin. It’s rare you have the chance to hear the author of a story…

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GAC Students Open Bakery Business

Cakery Square founder Wes Lyons (center), shows GAC students Donald Dayton (left) and Candice Paugh (right) how to decorate cupcakes. Students at Gateway Achievement Center in Moundsville have begun operating a small bakery business at the school. The Cakery Square is being run entirely by select students, under the guidance of school personnel. This project…

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