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Optional Student Accident Insurance Coverage Available

For parents wishing to have optional student accident insurance coverage, Marshall County Schools has partnered with QBE Insurance to offer optional policies.  There are many different coverages available such as school time accident, 24 hour accident, football, dental, AD&D and more. For more details and to download the form, click this link: Student Insurance Information

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Students Return to the Classroom

The Marshall County Schools 2017- 2018 academic year began Thursday for students in 1st through 12th grades. Students from the district picked out their favorite outfit and grabbed their new school supplies to head back to class. The first day of class for kindergarten students is Monday, August 21, 2017. Parents with a student attending…

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Free Meals Provided in Marshall County During Summer Break

The Marshall County Board of Education announces its sponsorship of the federally funded Summer Food Service Program. Nutritional meals will be provided to any child 18 or younger.  Free breakfast and/or lunch will be served at two different locations. May 30 – June 16 (Mon – Fri) breakfast will be served from 8:00 a.m. until…

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Marshall County Special Olympians Compete in Track & Field

More than 130 student and adult athletes participated at the 30th annual Marshall County Special Olympics Track & Field event at John Marshall High School. Athletes were assisted by the 160 peer tutors from both Marshall County high schools, Cameron and John Marshall, while competing in various track and field events.  Participants could also make…

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Childhood Cancer Awareness Group Receives Legislative Citation

The family of nine-year-old cancer survivor Hayden Hughes, a student at Washington Lands Elementary School, traveled to Charleston along with members of the Marshall County Childhood Cancer Awareness Group to receive a legislative citation for their $20,000 donation to Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation for childhood cancer research. The money was collected from Marshall County citizens,…

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17-18 School Calendar Survey

We need your input to help create the 2017 – 2018 School Calendar.  We will gather the results and use them to help decide which vacation days to include on next year’s calendar. Click the Read More link to click the active link to the survey or visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mcs17-18.               CLICK…

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Marshall County Special Olympics Event a Slam Dunk

More than 130 Marshall County Special Olympians participated at the county’s basketball event recently at John Marshall High School. Students from all Marshall County elementary, middle and high schools hit the hardwood along with a few graduates to compete in dribbling, shooting and passing events. Peer tutors from both Cameron High School and John Marshall…

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Pre-K Registration Announced

On Wednesday, February 1, 2017 Marshall County Schools will begin 2017-2018 Pre-K registration for children who turn 4 years old by September 1, 2017. If you wish to enroll your child in Pre-K, please call the school in your area to make an appointment and pick-up a registration packet or request an application packet be…

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Kindergarten Registration Begins Soon

Marshall County Schools welcomes all new students entering kindergarten in August 2017.  If your child is not currently enrolled in a WV Pre-K, please call and make an appointment for kindergarten screening and registration.  Appointments will be arranged Monday through Thursday between 8:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. and 12:45 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. To enter…

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Read to Me Day Observed in Marshall County

Every public elementary school in Marshall County participated in the annual AEP Read to Me Day on Thursday, November 17, 2016. Special members of the community joined AEP employees and retirees in classrooms to read a book to the students. AEP guest readers donated the book they read to the school’s library. The company began…

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