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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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Student-Grown Flowers for Sale at Three Marshall County Schools

Students at Cameron High School, John Marshall High School and Sherrard Middle School are preparing to sell hanging baskets, vegetable plants, herbs and a variety of flowers they grew in their school’s greenhouse. At each school in late January students began germinating seeds for tomatoes, peppers, broccoli, lettuce, cabbage and herbs. Then at the end…

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JMHS Senior Wins Corporate-Sponsored Merit Scholarship

National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) has released the names of the first group of winners in the 64th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. John Marshall High School senior Austin Williams is one of the more than 1,000 distinguished high school seniors who has won a corporate-sponsored National Merit Scholarship award financed by about 160 corporations,…

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Local Wild Turkey Federation Awards 2019 Student Scholarships

The John E. “Mutt” Martin Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation is proud to announce its 2019 class of scholarship recipients. Ten Marshall County students have earned the “Glen Wells Scholarship,” co-sponsored by Michael Pack. Cameron High School senior Shelby Berardi and John Marshall High School seniors Kaitlyn Groves, Austin Love, Colten Magers, Larissa…

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JM TSA Members Win State Awards

Three John Marshall High School Technology Student Association (TSA) representatives were able to place at the state level during the West Virginia TSA Conference. Whitney Coffield earned second place in Promotional Design and third in Creed Recital. Promotional Design is a category where students have to create a graphic for an event or business they…

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Hill International Trucks Hosts Career Exploration Day at JMHS

Local truck dealership Hill International Trucks sponsored a career exploration day at John Marshall High School on Thursday. Hill International Trucks has been serving the tri-state area for more than 122 years and specializes in truck and trailer sales, truck service and parts sales. With locations in Wheeling, W.Va., East Liverpool, OH Martins Ferry, OH…

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JMHS Educator Earns Science Teacher of the Year Award

The Dr. John Warner Outstanding Teacher Award for contributions to science education and mentorship of future scientists has been awarded to John Marshall High School Science teacher Alexa Bushovisky by the West Virginia Academy of Science. She was chosen based on her dedication to her students and her classroom, the rigor of her classes and…

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CTE Students of the Month Chosen at JMHS

Abi Vargo and Wesley Eskridge have been named John Marshall High School Career & Technical Education Students of the Month for March. Abi is a senior enrolled in the Accounting program. She is a member of the National Honor Society, National Technical Honor Society and the Academic Team along with being a 2018 Mid-Atlantic Student…

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JMHS Broadcasting Program Wins State Award

WJMH Media, the Career & Technical Education (CTE) Broadcasting program at John Marshall High School, has earned the title of 2019 West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission (WVSSAC) Student Broadcasting Program of the Year. This is the first year the WVSSAC has given out the award. Ten different student Broadcasting programs from around the Mountain…

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