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JM NHS Helps Local Animal Shelter

The John Marshall High School National Honor Society, along with performing community service for more than 30 different events this year, decided to spend the year helping the Marshall County Animal Shelter.  During the first semester, the group created and sold the 2019 John Marshall High School Pet Calendar, with all proceeds going to the…

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JMHS Students Honored for Workforce Readiness

More than 400 Career Technical Education (CTE) students from across the state received the third annual Governor’s Workforce Credential (GWC), the highest honor within West Virginia’s CTE programs. Three John Marshall High School seniors were among the 404 students who earned this prestigious honor. Ryan Campbell from the Management and Administrative Support program, Abigail Vargo…

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Free Meals Provided in Marshall County During Summer Break

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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 three different locations. For more information about the Marshall County Summer Food Program, please call Child Nutrition Director Debbie…

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Marshall County Students Eligible for Lace Up For Kids

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All Marshall County students, in grades K-12, are eligible to receive a new pair of shoes for the upcoming school year. The “Lace Up For Kids” program is sponsored by the United Way of the Upper Ohio Valley, WTOV-TV and Wendy’s. Call 304-232-4625 for more information. Applications will be accepted until Sunday, June 30, 2019.…

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Marshall County Students Honored for Achievement in Chemistry

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Moundsville Middle School 6th grader Maitlyn Miller and John Marshall High School senior Gabrielle Broski were invited to Duquesne University in Pittsburgh to an annual awards ceremony to be recognized for their achievements at the West Liberty University Regional Science and Engineering Fair. The two Marshall County Schools students were celebrated Tuesday evening by the…

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2019 JMHS Top 5% Announced

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The John Marshall High School Administration is proud to announce the Top 5% from the Class of 2019. Seated from left are the Top 1%: Erika Walt, Elaina Herback and Lydia Knutsen. Standing from left are the Top 5%.  Middle row: Emily Harr, Kaitlyn Groves, Sarah Smith and Gabrielle Broski. Back row: Austin Williams, Anthony…

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April’s JM CTE Students of the Month

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Andrea Potter and Grace VanScyoc are the John Marshall High School Career & Technical Education Students of the Month for April. Andrea, the daughter of Katreina Kilgore, is a senior in the Therapeutic Services program. She is a member of the National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society, Blood Drive Club and HOSA- Future Health…

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Strings Spring Concert “Out of This World”

The Marshall County Strings Program will present its annual spring concert on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at 6:30 pm in the John Marshall High School Center for Performing Arts. The out-of-this-world performance will showcase music about space. Elementary concert selections will include Here Comes the Sun, Fly Me to the Moon, and Twinkle, Twinkle, Little…

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Marshall County Special Olympics Track & Field Event Held

Mother Nature’s rain didn’t wash the smiles off the faces of the more than 130 student and adult athletes at the 31st annual Marshall County Special Olympics Track & Field event at John Marshall High School. Because showers were in the forecast, the games were moved inside.  JM Agriculture students figured out the layout for…

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