After-School Computer Science Camp for Park Middle Students May 21st -- May 30th from 2:45 PM-4:45 PM. To register, use your camera to hover over the QR code and then click on the link in the camera window. For more information contact Mr. Hedinger at jhedinger@k12.wv.us.
3 days ago, Rachel Pauley
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Hello Parents! Just a friendly reminder that Kindergarten Registration is tomorrow, May 10th, from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Please make sure to register your child at their home school. Don't forget to bring along the required documents: Birth Certificate, Immunization Record, Health Check, Dental Check, Social Security and 2 Proofs of Residency. Looking forward to welcoming your little one to Kindergarten!
11 days ago, Rachel Pauley
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🌟 Happy National School Nurse Day! 🌟 Today, we celebrate the incredible school nurses who are the heart and soul of our schools! 🏫 From tending to scraped knees to providing vital health education, their dedication and compassion ensure our students are safe, healthy, and ready to learn. A big THANK YOU to all the school nurses for your unwavering commitment and the care you provide every day. You truly make a difference! ❤️ Let’s give a special shout-out to the amazing school nurses in our community! Tag a school nurse you know and show them some love! 👩‍⚕️👨‍⚕️ #NationalSchoolNurseDay #ThankYouSchoolNurses #SchoolHeroes #rcsdwv #RCSDWVMakingADifference
12 days ago, Rachel Pauley
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🎉🌟 Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! 🌟🎉 To all the amazing teachers out there, thank you for your unwavering dedication, creativity, and kindness. Your hard work shapes the minds of future generations, and your impact goes beyond the classroom walls. Whether you've sparked curiosity, nurtured talents, or lent a listening ear, you've made a difference in ways both big and small. Your dedication to educating, guiding, and inspiring our children makes the world a brighter place. Let's celebrate our heroes in education this week and beyond! Share a shoutout or a story about a teacher who's made an impact in your life. 🍎💛 #TeacherAppreciationWeek #ThankYouTeachers #RCSDWV #RCSDWVMakingaDifference
14 days ago, Rachel Pauley
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U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran Billy F. Garretson received his high school diploma at the RCBOE meeting April 23. Thank you to US Senator Manchin and WV Delegate Christopher Toney for their recognition of Mr. Garretson. RCS thanks Mr. Garretson for his service to our country.
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Congratulation to the State Science Fair Winners!
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Congratulations to the Regional Science Fair 1st Place Winners!
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Congratulations to the Regional Science Fair 1st Place Winners!
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Congratulation to the WVMEA All-State Children's Choir! Taygan Bridgeman Berkley Redman
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Congratulations to the WVACDA All-State Middle School/Junior High Choir! Eli Bowling Sydney Cook
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Hello Parents! Just a friendly reminder that the Pre-K Expo is happening tomorrow, Friday, April 19th, at the Beckley Raleigh County Convention Center. Join us anytime between 9 AM to 1 PM to explore all the exciting opportunities for your little ones! Don't forget, there will be drawings for free trikes! Looking forward to seeing you there!"
about 1 month ago, Rachel Pauley
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Congratulations to the All-State Band Team members for Raleigh County Schools! Beckley-Stratton Middle Brisco Long Independence Middle Graydon Smith Shady Spring Middle Alex Abernathy Joseph Cowley Ryleigh Helmer Hunter Lilly Austin Szuch Shady Spring High School David Hegele Woodrow Wilson High School Kaleigh Basham
about 1 month ago, Rachel Pauley
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Dear Raleigh County Schools Parents and Guardians, On Monday, April 8, 2024, it is anticipated between 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM that our region will experience a partial solar eclipse. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon moves between the sun and Earth, blocking all or a portion of the sun’s rays. Medical professionals advise it is always dangerous to look directly at the sun without appropriate eye protection. Out of an abundance of caution, Raleigh County Schools (RCS) will be taking extra steps for your child’s safety. •RCS will follow a regular schedule on Monday, April 8, 2024. •All schools have been encouraged to share the solar eclipse viewing experience with students by utilizing television feeds or internet live streams. •Resources and lessons about the solar eclipse are available from the West Virginia Department of Education, NASA, and other science outlets. •School staff will advise students of the dangers of looking directly at the sun at any time, especially during the solar eclipse. •Students will not be permitted outside for any activities other than those planned and approved by the principal during the hours of 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. This includes recess, athletics, band or other outdoor after school activities. •As students are dismissed, staff will be on hand to instruct students not to look directly at the sun and to monitor as they exit the building. The eclipse may occur during dismissal time. RCS asks parents to reinforce the dangers of looking at the sun and to remind their children not to look directly at the sun on their way home from school on Monday, April 8, 2024. We appreciate your understanding and support during this unique learning experience and ask that you talk with your children about the eclipse prior to school on Monday, April 8.
about 1 month ago, Raleigh County Schools
Dear Raleigh County Schools Parents and Guardians, On Monday, April 8, 2024, it is anticipated between 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM that our region will experience a partial solar eclipse. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon moves between the sun and Earth, blocking all or a portion of the sun’s rays. Medical professionals advise it is always dangerous to look directly at the sun without appropriate eye protection. Out of an abundance of caution, Raleigh County Schools (RCS) will be taking extra steps for your child’s safety. • RCS will follow a regular schedule on Monday, April 8, 2024. • All schools have been encouraged to share the solar eclipse viewing experience with students by utilizing television feeds or internet live streams. • Resources and lessons about the solar eclipse are available from the West Virginia Department of Education, NASA, and other science outlets. • School staff will advise students of the dangers of looking directly at the sun at any time, especially during the solar eclipse. • Students will not be permitted outside for any activities other than those planned and approved by the principal during the hours of 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. This includes recess, athletics, band or other outdoor afterschool activities. • As students are dismissed, staff will be on hand to instruct students not to look directly at the sun and to monitor as they exit the building. The eclipse may occur during dismissal time. RCS asks parents to reinforce the dangers of looking at the sun and to remind their children not to look directly at the sun on their way home from school on Monday, April 8, 2024. We appreciate your understanding and support during this unique learning experience and ask that you talk with your children about the eclipse prior to school on Monday, April 8.
Building Brighter Futures Episode 9. https://youtu.be/aASZ4BDI3Jk
2 months ago, Rachel Pauley
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Congratulations Young Writers Winners for Elementary, Middle, and High Schools.
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Congratulations to WV Distinguished Young Woman Award Winner- Mackenzie Adkins.
2 months ago, Rachel Pauley
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If your child will be attending a Preschool in Raleigh County next year join us on Friday, April 19, 2024, from 9:00 AM- 1:00 PM at the Raleigh County Convention Center.
2 months ago, Rachel Pauley
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Congratulations to Brad Bostic, Shady Spring High School English Teacher – West Virginia Alcohol Beverage Control Administration (WVABCA) 11th Annual NO School Spirts Public Service Announcement (PSA) Contest – $ 5,000 Grand Prize Award Winner.
3 months ago, Rachel Pauley
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Congratulation to Maddie Bazzie, 5th Grade Student at Shady Spring Elementary – 2024 1st Place Almost Heaven Governor’s Art Award.
3 months ago, Rachel Pauley
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Congratulations to our American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)— National Board Certified Speech Teachers.
4 months ago, Rachel Pauley
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