October 11, 2017 RSS feed / School News

Next Shepherd President's lecture will focus on intelligence community

The next Shepherd University President's Lecture will explore the American intelligence community on Monday, October 23, at 6:30 p.m. in the Erma Ora Byrd Hall auditorium. More...

Paw Paw Lady Pirates pick up volleyball win

The Paw Paw High School Lady Pirates hosted Bishop Walsh in volleyball action at the friendly confines of the Paw Paw gym on Monday, October 2.  The Lady Pirates were able to record their first win of the season by taking a 3-1 win over the visi More...

Freshmen Wolves defeat Bears 40-7

The Freshmen Wolves started out slow against the Bears of Jefferson County by only leading 13-7 at half time.  But the second half was a whole different ball game as the Wolves reeled off 27 unanswered points. More...

Recent school personnel changes

The Morgan County School Board approved the following personnel actions at their October 3 meeting:  The effective date of the transfer of Cheryl Will, Berkeley Springs High School itinerant special education aide, to a position as Warm Springs More...

Interact Club receives Charter and elects officers for 2017-2018

The Berkeley Springs High School Interact Club started its second year by receiving its Charter from Rotary International and voting in new officers for the year. More...

Lady Indians volleyball falls to Hancock

The Berkeley Springs High School Lady Indians Volleyball Team traveled across the Potomac River Bridge for a contest with the Hancock Lady Panthers last Tuesday, October 3.  More...

Paw Paw Middle School Cross Country results

The Paw Paw Middle School Cross Country Team traveled to Capon Bridge on Thursday, October 5 for a meet with host Capon Bridge, Charles Town and Shepherdstown.  Boys  More...

County schools energy saving project moves along

The Morgan County School Board approved its second payment of $616,488 to CMTA Energy Solutions at their October 3 meeting for the guaranteed energy saving project contract work that was done in September and October for the school system.  More...