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American Education Week Proclamation Signed in Marshall County

By Mr. Wood | Nov 9, 2018

On Friday Marshall County Commissioners as well as the mayors from the cities of Marshall County, members of the West Virginia Legislature along with the Sheriff gathered to sign a proclamation declaring November 12-16, 2018 as American Education Week in Marshall County. Also attending the signing were members of the Marshall County Board of Education,…

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Special Olympics Event Debuts in Marshall County

By Mr. Wood | Oct 18, 2018

Marshall County Special Olympians gathered at John Marshall High School Thursday to compete at the first-ever Fall Field Day. The friendly competition included basketball and soccer games for all ages. This inaugural sporting event gave the Special Olympics athletes the chance to showcase their skills by participating in fun contests. Special Olympians from all Marshall…

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Storytime with GKT Held at Hilltop Elementary

By Mr. Wood | Oct 11, 2018

On Thursday morning, the law firm of Gold, Khourey & Turak visited Hilltop Elementary School to help motivate and nurture young students’ excitement for reading.  The local law firm made a special delivery of nearly 700 books!  The generous delivery of many kid-favorite titles was made possible by Scholastic Book Clubs, a division of Scholastic,…

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United Bank Donates Supplies to Hilltop Elementary

By Mr. Wood | Sep 25, 2018

Hilltop Elementary School recently received a generous donation of much needed supplies from United Bank, one of the school’s Partners in Education. The items will be used to replenish classroom supplies throughout the school year.  In addition to using the supplies in their classrooms, the students will use the school supplies during their time in…

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Students Attend 10th Annual Ag Day

By Mr. Wood | Sep 24, 2018

The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and the Northern Panhandle Conservation District held the 10th annual Hands-On Ag Day Thursday and Friday at the Marshall County Fairgrounds in Moundsville for all Marshall County 5th graders.  Students rotated through 11 stations that cover a specific aspect of agriculture such as soil, water quality, forestry, livestock and…

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Monarchs Mobile Pep Rally Visits Schools

By Mr. Wood | Sep 20, 2018

Glen Dale Elementary Washington Lands Elementary  McNinch Primary Central Elementary Moundsville Middle School Center McMechen Elementary Hilltop Elementary Sherrard Middle School

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Hilltop Students Shop at Farmer’s Market

By Mr. Wood | Sep 17, 2018

Thanks to a $10,000 grant from Chevron, students at every elementary school in Marshall County are getting the chance to buy produce during the school day. Through a collaboration of the WVU Extension Service and the Eye Foundation of America, youngsters receive vouchers to spend on fresh, local crops at a farmer’s market that has…

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2018-2019 School Year Begins

By Mr. Wood | Aug 16, 2018

Students in grades 1st through 12th returned to school in Marshall County today for the start of the 2018 – 2019 academic year. The first day of instruction for all kindergarten students is Monday, August 20, 2018. Parents with a student attending WV Universal Pre-K will be notified about the orientation which takes place on…

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2018-2019 Bus Schedules

By Mr. Wood | Aug 7, 2018

Information is now available about the transportation routes for the 2018-2019 academic year. The updated lists can be found at this link: http://marshall-k12.wvnet.edu/boe/marshall-county-schools-bus-routes/ or in the Links tab under Transportation at the top of this page. Please note there are time changes. If you’re not sure what bus your child should ride, please contact the Transportation…

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Cafeteria Staff Grows New Program

By Mr. Wood | May 11, 2018

Hilltop Elementary Cafeteria Manager Johnnie Wayt and cook Missy Francis collaborated on a project to give students at the school their own homegrown tomato plant. The two began by collecting and washing empty plastic chocolate milk containers. Each of the 430 bottles were cut in half and a tomato seed was planted in soil. The…

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