Join us for our 8th Annual Golf Scramble on Friday, May 12th at Riviera Golf and Country Club! Contact Belinda Chapman at firstname.lastname@example.org or (304) 525-5096.
DO YOU WANT TO BE A YOUNG E? This summer on West Virginia University’s Morgantown campus, you will have the opportunity to become one! Enterprising state high school students can apply for a summer stint at theGovernor’s School of Entrepreneurship, which begins July 5. The 21-day residential summer program will provide educational experience to … Continue reading WV Governors School of Entrepreneurship
Prom is Saturday, April 29th at Guyan Golf & Country Club. Grand March will begin promptly at 6:30pm Dinner begins at 7:00pm Dance from 8:00 – 10:30pm Tickets are on sale now in Mrs. Webb’s room. They are $80/couple $45/single. The LAST DAY to purchase tickets will be Wednesday, April 26th! Below are links for … Continue reading Prom Tickets are on Sale NOW!
Spring Sports pictures will be taken this Thursday, April 20th beginning at 1pm. Please make sure you have all of your uniforms and equipment with you.
We have changed the re-enrollment process and are having you complete everything online through RenWeb and FACTS Management Company, which are now tied into one for convenience. Another change is how fees are paid. The fees are as follows: Registration Fee – $170.00 per student Athletic Fee – $60.00 per athlete Reverse Raffle Ticket – … Continue reading Current Students – How to Re-Enroll
Congratulations to the following students for their accomplishments at Marshall University on Friday, April 7th during the S.C.O.R.E.S. competition: Samantha M. – 1st Place – Literary Analysis Parvanee K. – 1st Place – Cell Biology and Genetics Samantha M. and Lauren B. – 2nd Place – Accounting Team Competition Hollie D. – 2nd Place – Public … Continue reading Students Excel at S.C.O.R.E.S.
We want to help the Hoops Children’s Hospital with their Band-Aid drive! Through Friday, April 21st, you can drop off boxes of Band-Aids with characters on them to the school’s office and our students will present them to the hospital. Thank you for your support!
18 Service Hours (at least four hours in each of the three categories – church, community, school) must be completed before a student is allowed to take final exams. See Mrs. Messinger if you have any questions as to what you have already achieved for this school year and see below for future opportunities: Service … Continue reading All Service Hours Due Before Final Exams