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The Marshall Mobile Food Bus will continue to make weekly stops at various locations in Marshall County during the summer break from school. Students or parents can pick up food every Wednesday. The locations remain the same while several stops have a time change. The new schedule goes into effect on Wednesday, June 3, 2020.…

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Wednesday morning at the Marshall County Courthouse, John Marshall High School teacher TJ Romick dropped off the 250 face shields he made in the school’s MIT certified Fab Lab. Marshall County Clerk Jan Pest contacted Romick about making the safeguards. While Pest says Marshall County poll officials won’t be required to wear face coverings on…

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The following article was released by the West Virginia Department of Education: The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has approved West Virginia’s application for Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) cards to support child nutrition needs during the COVID-19 pandemic. Under the direction of Governor Jim Justice, the joint request was recently submitted by the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) and the West Virginia Department of Health and…

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The student team from John Marshall High School has been crowned West Virginia LifeSmarts champions for the 2019-2020 academic year. LifeSmarts, a consumer education competition that challenges teens in grades 9th through 12th about personal finance, health and safety, the environment, technology and consumer rights and responsibilities, is a program of the National Consumers League…

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UPDATED: Monday, April 6, 2020 Access to the West Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles is currently limited to online transactions. If you called the BOE office and left a message to get a proof of enrollment form, Ms. Mercer has your name. Once the DMV reopens, the requests will be processed. You will receive a…

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Pictured from left: JM Principal Cassie Porter, Jessica Jasinski, Creed Kidney and Emily Anderson. Emily Anderson, Jessica Jasinski and Creed Kidney have been honored for their meritorious volunteer work with a President’s Volunteer Service Award. The award, which recognizes Americans of all ages who have volunteered significant amounts of their time to serve their communities…

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Front row from left: Olivia Miller, Hannah Lynch and Paige Wallace. Middle row from left: Lakyn Phillips, Tessa Wise, Dakota Wyatt, Cloey Broski and Sarah Fitzpatrick. Back row from left: Leah Reuschel, Cameron Anderson, Brayden Snider, Creed Kidney Rebekah Clark and Pearl Chambers. Not pictured – Madi Blake and Cameron McClure. John Marshall High School’s…

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Pictured from left: Miss Congeniality Madison Dobkin, 2020 JM Queen of Queens Madilyn Blake, First Runner-Up Justice Robinson and Second Runner-Up Emily Anderson. Madilyn Blake was named the 2020 John Marshall High School Queen of Queens during the annual pageant Friday evening. Nine senior girls competed for the school’s crown on the stage of the…

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Pictured from left: JM Assistant Principal Geno Polsinelli, Megan Huff, Gracie Woods, Synthea Yoho and K of C Council 1907 Grand Knight Lou Richmond. To start the new decade, the Knights of Columbus John Marshall January Students of the Month are Megan Huff, Gracie Woods and Synthea Yoho. K of C Grand Knight Lou Richmond…

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The 26th annual John Marshall High School College and Career Fair took place Thursday in the school’s gymnasium. Sponsored by John Marshall High School, Bethany College, West Liberty University, West Virginia Northern Community College and Wheeling University, the fair was open to the public.  Representatives from more than 40 colleges, universities, technical schools and training…

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