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Seven N. Panhandle schools earn exemplary marks

October 6, 2011 Seven Northern Panhandle public schools - including five in Ohio County - have been named exemplary schools by the West Virginia Board of Education. more »»

Triadelphia earns 'Blue Ribbon' designation

September 16, 2011 Triadelphia Middle School earned national distinction Thursday by being named by the Department of Education as one of the country's finest schools. more »»

Work on John Marshall Monarch Stadium under way

May 16, 2011 Needed repair work has finally started at Monarch Stadium in Moundsville following rain delay. more »»

W.Va. sponsors student reading video contest

April 13, 2011 CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia students are being encouraged to share their reading experiences through a video contest. more »»

Ohio State Fair to admit fourth-graders free

April 5, 2011 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Kids just out of the fourth grade will get in free to this year's Ohio State Fair so they can learn about agriculture. more »»

Students Salute Seuss

March 3, 2011 Most days you wouldn't find Ohio County Schools' classrooms filled with youngsters and teachers wearing giant red and white-striped hats. But Wednesday was no ordinary day. more »»

Science Is the Future at Wheeling Country Day School

February 25, 2011 Wheeling Country Day School is committed not only to providing its students with a high-quality independent school education, but also to helping train the next generation of teachers with an... more »»

Berner new assistant principal at JMHS

February 23, 2011 MOUNDSVILLE - A familiar face should be in a new position at John Marshall High School today, as biology teacher Michael Berner is now an assistant principa. more »»

Youngsters raise money for Free Wheelchair Mission

February 18, 2011 West Liberty Elementary School students must have looked under hundreds of couch cushions in conducting their "spare change" drive to benefit the Free Wheelchair Mission. more »»

Teachers Use Extra Hours to Plan, Consult

February 1, 2011 As 12 teachers sat in the cafeteria of John Marshall High School early one recent Wednesday morning, their concerns were visible. more »»

China involved in Ohio students' education

February 1, 2011 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Central Ohio students are learning Chinese through a program that's supported by the Chinese government and raised concerns in other parts of the United States. more »»

No Name-Calling Week Brings Message of Respect to Schools

January 27, 2011 Thousands of schools across the country are participating in the eighth annual No Name-Calling Week this week, a week of educational activities designed to address bullying and name-calling of all... more »»

Brooke to Play Martinsburg for State Football Title Saturday

December 7, 2010 CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Brooke County Prosecutor David Cross confirmed today that the Brooke High School football team will play Martinsburg High School for the state Class AAA championship at 7 p.m. more »»

Race to the Top school spending progresses in Ohio

November 23, 2010 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio schools have been cleared by lawmakers to begin spending competitive Race to the Top education grant mone. more »»

School nutrition bill could be revived in Congress

November 10, 2010 WASHINGTON (AP) — First lady Michelle Obama's campaign for healthier school lunches could be revived in Congress after two key Democrats said they will drop opposition to using funding from food... more »»

Book Drives Under Way

November 5, 2010 Children reading are children learning, which is why a countywide effort is under way to get books into the hands of youngsters in Ohio County Schools. more »»

More Brooke County High School MRSA Cases Found

October 7, 2010 WELLSBURG - Six more students at Brooke High School have contracted MRSA, Superintendent Kathy Kidder-Wilkerson said. more »»

Olympian Provides Life Lessons to Students

October 7, 2010 BELLAIRE - Being coachable, teachable, maintaining a positive attitude and making your life count were the main points of the message heard by some 75 middle school softball players Wednesday evening. more »»

Smoke Alarms Can Save Lives

October 5, 2010 Bethlehem Elementary students on Monday learned how to safely exit a smoke-filled structure and how smoke alarms save lives - all part of National Fire Safety Week. more »»

BOE officials shown Madison upgrades

September 29, 2010 Madison Elementary School hosted an Ohio County Board of Education meeting for the first time Monday, with school officials taking the opportunity to show off renovations to the buildin. more »»

 
 

 

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