March 22, 2017 RSS feed / School News

Childhood literacy program gets boost from U.S. Silica

A $5,000 donation by U.S. Silica was made to Morgan County Starting Points for books and supplies for its childhood literacy programs.  Pete Graham, the U.S. More...

School personnel changes

The Morgan County School Board approved the following school personnel actions at recent meetings:  Mary Ann Heaphy was hired as a Berkeley Springs High School long-term English/language arts substitute teacher starting January 18.  Brittan More...

Entertainment at Eta Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma meeting

President Vicki Jenkins called to order the meeting of Eta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society, International, Saturday, March 11 at Musselman Middle School in Inwood. Tracy Horner gave the devotions before the brunch.  More...

Paw Paw Schools keep high expectations for students

Paw Paw Schools continue their focus on curriculum, student proficiency and meeting students where they are and improving achievement, said Principal Melinda Kasekamp. More...