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January-21-2014

By Warren Scott - Staff writer 
Weirton Daily Times

WELLSBURG - Just a day after the chemical spill that left thousands of southern West Virginia residents without water, a group of Brooke High School students organized a collection of bottled water, food and other supplies.

Through the help of several adult volunteers and the generosity of many area businesses, the effort yielded two large truckloads of materials for victims of the spill, Toni Shute, the school's...

January-17-2014

By Beth Christian Broschart - Staff Writer, The Inter-Mountain

ELKINS - Parents, students and staff will have the opportunity to offer input into setting the 2014-2015 Randolph County school calendar during a pair of public meetings.

Terry George, the Randolph County superintendent of schools, said the county Board of Education is looking for community input to help develop the calendar within the requirements set by Senate Bill 359, passed into law last spring.

"The...

January-17-2014

By Jeff Schrock, Randolph, Tucker & Upshur County Reporter/Anchor
WBOY-TV

A Tucker County teacher has been selected as a "Solar System Ambassador Master Teacher" by NASA.

Eileen Poling is a teacher at Tucker Valley Elementary and is excited to take on the title.

Poling will serve for two years furthering NASA goals in providing quality professional development for teachers and creating learning opportunities to inspire students.

The Solar System...

January-17-2014

By Mackenzie Mays
The Charleston Gazette

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- In some ways, Kanawha County students are better off than those in other counties forced to close schools due to last week's chemical spill, county officials say.

This was the first year the calendar ended the semester and wrapped up finals before students left for Christmas break, allowing students a fresh start and less catch-up, school board members said at a meeting Thursday.

Although opponents spoke...

January-15-2014

By Pamela Pritt, Register-Herald Reporter

CHARLESTON — Because teachers can see what their students need and how instruction should be delivered, one area board of education member says Innovation School District Zones will help students achieve more in the classroom.

Innovation Zones — school districts “seeking near autonomy” — involves how the district spends its money and how teachers use classroom resources, said Greg Prudich, vice-president of the West Virginia School...

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