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NWTF Awards 2018 Student Scholarships

The John E. “Mutt” Martin Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation is proud to announce its 2018 class of scholarship recipients. Cameron High School seniors Wyatt Wingrove, Erica Berardi and Bailey Lyons and John Marshall High School seniors Shari Richmond and Kyrie Menedez have each earned a $1,500 scholarship. The John E. “Mutt” Martin…

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JMHS Hosts Annual College & Career Fair

The 23rd annual John Marshall College and Career Fair was held Friday in the school’s gymnasium. Representatives from more than 50 colleges, universities, technical schools and training programs were present to give information to John Marshall High School seniors, juniors and sophomores. Students could talk with employees who represented businesses such as WesBanco to West…

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K of C JM Student of the Month

The Knights of Columbus John Marshall Student of the Month for March is freshman Julianna Carpenter. Julianna is an equestrian, is in the Drug Free Club and on the archery team. John Marshall High School Assistant Principal Geno Polsinelli sees Julianna’s exceptional potential in the classroom, “She has a great family upbringing and support. She’s…

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Boles and Campbell JM’s March CTE Students of the Month

Stevie Boles and Ryan Campbell have been selected as Career & Technical Education Students of the Month at John Marshall High School for March. Boles is a senior in the Accounting program and is the daughter of Chris and Stacie Boles.  She will attend West Liberty University in the fall to major in Accounting.  …

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Musical Hits the High Seas at John Marshall High School

Anything Goes opens Friday, April 13 and runs through Sunday, April 15, 2018 in the Center for Performing Arts at John Marshall High School. A shining example of classic musical theatre with epic tap dancing, a madcap book and a wonderfully unexpected and romantic happy ending, the unforgettable Cole Porter score includes “De-Lovely,” “I Get a…

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Filben Receives National Music Educators Award

John Marshall High School Band Director Tracey Filben was recently announced as one of only fifteen teachers in the United States to earn the 2017-2018 Outstanding Music Educator Award. This award is given annually by the National Federation of High School Associations (NFHS). The Music Advisory Committee selects the recipients based on their significant contributions…

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JM Nursing Students Become CNA Accredited

Therapeutic Services students at John Marshall High School have earned certification to further their health care career. In February, senior nursing students took the West Virginia State Exam for Certified Nursing Assistants. Testing proctors from Huntington came to John Marshall to test the students on their nursing skills. Students also had to pass the one…

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Night of Excellence Honors Student Achievement

More than 500 Marshall County students were recognized for their academic accomplishments during the district’s annual Night of Excellence ceremony held last night at the John Marshall High School Center for Performing Arts. Students from McNinch Primary, Cameron Elementary, Center McMechen Elementary, Central Elementary, Glen Dale Elementary, Hilltop Elementary, Sand Hill Elementary and Washington Lands…

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JM K of C Student of the Month

The Knights of Columbus Student of the Month for February is John Marshall High School freshman Shelby Ullom. She is a member of the archery team, 4-H, as well as FFA. Ullom is an honor roll student with all A’s and B’s. JM Assistant Principal Geno Polsinelli believes Shelby is a top of the line…

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Annual Student Art Show Underway at Local Museum

Marshall County students once again have the opportunity to showcase their artistic talent at the 36th annual Marshall County Student Art Show, currently on display at the Grave Creek Mound Archaeological Complex in Moundsville. The exhibit features a variety of artwork from Marshall County students who attend Cameron High School, John Marshall High School, Sherrard…

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