January 31, 2018 RSS feed / School News

Students can submit art work to competition

Submissions are being accepted from now until February 9 for the Congressional Art Competition. High School students may submit art work for a chance to have their work displayed at the United States Capitol in Washington D.C. More...

Stotler wins third place

The Chambersburg Elks Lodge #600 held their annual Hoop Shoot on Saturday, January 13 in the Alumni Community Gym in McConnellsburg, Pa. More...

Malachi Unger honored by Recycling Coalition

The Recycling Coalition of West Virginia has announced the fourth of five statewide, age-category winners in its West Virginia Recycles Youth Contest. More than 800 entries in the five age groups were submitted from across the state.  More...

New roof for high school gym may be added to renovations

A new roof for the Berkeley Springs High School Building C gymnasium building could be in the works due to renovations project savings from a low construction bid. More...

Warm Springs Intermediate School council: focus is on the whole child

Warm Springs Intermediate School continues its emphasis on student support and addressing the academic, physical, social and emotional needs of every student, according to the school’s improvement council (LSIC).  The council gave its annu More...

Eighth graders present American flag projects

Warm Springs Middle School students in eighth grade Language Arts teacher Kathleen Boyce’s fifth-sixth period class learned a lot about the history of the American flag and patriotism during their American flag PowerPoint projects.  More...

School personnel changes

The Morgan County School Board approved the following personnel changes at their January meetings:  Nicole Evans was employed as a Widmyer Elementary kindergarten teacher beginning January 10.  Krista Shives was hired as a Widmyer Elementar More...

CHIP funding extension means West Virginia kids, local children still covered

Some families in West Virginia and across the nation can rest easier now that the January 22 bill to end the weekend-long federal government shutdown included reauthorization for six more years of funding for the Children’s Health Insurance Pro More...

Morgan County students can enter Life or Drugs contests

Students in Morgan County are welcome to participate in contests sponsored by the Life or Drugs organization.  This years theme is The Me I want 2B is Drug Free, I choose LIFE!  There is a Poster Design Contest for grades kindergarden throu More...