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Pumpkin Drop Held at WLES

Students in the third, fourth and fifth grades at Washington Lands Elementary competed in the school’s 4th annual Pumpkin Drop yesterday afternoon. The idea behind this yearly event is for students to gain knowledge and acquire skills in both math and science while trying to figure out a way to protect their pumpkin’s landing from…

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WTRF is Encouraging Students to “Be a Buddy not a Bully”

WTRF 7News is once again teaming up with Bordas and Bordas to teach students to “Be a buddy, not a Bully.” Tuesday morning our Buddy at WTRF, Tessa DiTirro, visited with students at Washington Lands Elementary School to teach them the importance of being nice to all of their classmates, and the proper way to…

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Special Olympics Swim Meet Held

Marshall County hosted its 30th annual Special Olympics Swim Meet on Thursday. This event was for students and adults.  The swim meet consisted of 75 peer tutors and 110 participants. The peer tutors were from John Marshall High School and Cameron High School. Teachers and peer students helped with the swim meet for the students.…

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Wildcats Fundraiser is Sweet

Washington Lands Elementary School went GOLD in September to raise money for Childhood Cancer research. To coincide with Childhood Cancer Awareness Month students, faculty and staff took part in several “Go Gold” activities aimed to benefit the non-profit Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation. Students in every classroom were told the story of Alex’s life.  She was…

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Students Attend Annual Hands-on Ag Day

The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the Northern Panhandle Conservation District held the 9th annual Hands on Ag Day at the Marshall County Fairgrounds in Moundsville for all Marshall County 5th grade students from both public and private schools. Students rotated through 11 stations that cover a specific aspect of agriculture such as soil,…

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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 Attend Solar Eclipse Viewing Party

More than 450 fifth and sixth grade students from Marshall County Schools joined community members at Grand Vue Park in Moundsville to watch the solar eclipse Monday. Wheeling’s SMART Center provided special programming and instruction to those who attended the astronomy event.  The center also handed out protective glasses to watch the eclipse safely. At…

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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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