NRP student assistance team is presenting to our BOE the work they have done to improve attendance with the fabulous parents and caregivers at NRP
2 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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As a precaution due to possible severe weather predicted this afternoon Thursday April 11, 2024, all after school ACADEMIC programs are cancelled. This includes CODA, After school tutoring, Save the Children, Blast. Thank you and be safe.
8 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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Read Aloud Fayette County distributed 700 free books to students at Fayetteville PK8 on Tuesday April 9, 2024. We greeted smiling teachers and ecstatic students receiving free books. Thanks WV Read Aloud to providing many of the books distributed 🎊❤️.
9 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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Fayette County Virtual School Applications open tomorrow for school year 2024-2025, Tuesday April 9 at 3:15 PM. This option is only for students in grades 3-12. Please use the link below to register: https://forms.office.com/r/2s5TSR17Wd
11 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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Today is the day! Register your child for Pre-K in Fayette County Schools. Register your child for all Pre-K locations from 10:00-3:00 at the Fayetteville Memorial Building in Fayetteville.
14 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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Jordan Gray, a nurse from Oak Hill Middle School completed a lesson with Ms. Wingrove’s 2nd grade class at New River Primary. Students learned the proper way to wash their hands and were taught about the different germs that can be found on their hands. Ms. Gray put a gel on the students’ hands to show them the germs and used a light for them to see them. This was a great lesson for young students and a great way to encourage good hand washing skills, as well as implement healthy habits.
15 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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All schools in Fayette County will be operating on a 2 hour delay tomorrow, Thursday, April 4th, except Fayetteville PreK 8, Midland Trail High, Ansted Elementary, and Divide Elementary which will be closed due to power issues. Thank you
15 days ago, Fayette County Schools
Due to severe weather conditions, all Fayette County Schools will be closed tomorrow, Wednesday, April 3rd. Thank you.
16 days ago, Fayette County Schools
NEWS FLASH Wear Blue Day is April 1st and April 2 Join WVCAN and Child Advocacy Centers across the state on Monday, April 1st and Tuesday April 2, and wear blue for WV kids! April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and we're kicking it off to show our support. Wear blue to work, to school, or running errands to show support for preventing child abuse and neglect. Be sure to post your photo on social media, tag WVCAN, and use #WearBlueForWVKids. Let's unite and wear blue to advocate for great childhoods!
17 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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We all have fond memories of long domino fall down lines. New River Intermediate made that dream come true with cereal boxes, 570 cereal boxes lined up for a domino fall. Great job NRI. 🎉🎊
21 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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In October, Mrs. Denny and Mrs. Coffelt's health classes at Oak Hill High School planted red tulips to celebrate Red Ribbon Week. These tulips symbolize the beauty of living a drug-free life. This week, the tulips are beginning to bloom, and the students are delighted to see them grow.
21 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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Fayette County Schools are excited to announce Dean Ryan from Meadow Bridge High School WON the Regional Spelling Bee and will compete in The Scripps National Spelling Bee in Washington D.C.🎉🎈🇺🇸 Good luck Dean!
24 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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Kindergarten registration opens at midnight tonight (Friday March 22 at 12:00 AM). A few things to remember: *Your child must be 5 years old by July 1, 2024. *You must register your child in the attendance zone you receive your mail. You can call the Fayette County Board of Education if you wish to have your child attend a school not in your attendance zone. *There is an option for you inform us if you wish to apply for the Hope Scholarship. *There is not a virtual option for children in grades K-2. Please click on the link below to register: https://forms.office.com/r/eJ8PgHDWey
28 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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New River Intermediate students made bottle replicas of our board of education members and presented these to our board members during their LSIC presentation. We absolutely love the excitement of board member Joseph Groom.
28 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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Kara Shuff and Courtney Vargo of New River Primary Schools presented at the 2024 Annual WV Council of Teachers of Mathematics Conference. They shared and modeled how to use 3 Act Math task and helped teachers learn how to create their own 3 Act Task. These 3 Act Tasks are interactive problem solving activities to help young children developed math skills and build critical thinking skills.
about 1 month ago, Fayette County Schools
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For Your Information: Disability Rights of WV will be monitoring in Fayette County. Please see the inserted picture.
about 1 month ago, Fayette County Schools
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Help us celebrate mathematics in Fayette County today. Happy 3.14 day!
about 1 month ago, Fayette County Schools
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Fayette County Gifted middle school students participate in weekly collaboration.
about 1 month ago, Fayette County Schools
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Congratulations Fayette County Spelling Bee Winners First place Dean Ryan Meadow Bridge High School and 3rd place Raphael Carson Oak Hill Middle.
about 1 month ago, Fayette County Schools
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New River Primary celebrated National Read-Across America Day by celebrating Dr. Seuss Week with a week full of fun, but educational activities. Students from Oak Hill High School came to read different Dr. Seuss books to our students. In Art class, students practiced drawing and coloring different Dr. Seuss characters. Throughout the week, students and staff dressed up to highlight different Dr. Seuss books, such as The Cat in The Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, Wacky Wednesday, The Lorax, and Dr. Seuss Sleep Book. New River Primary’s PTA also hosted their annual Dr. Seuss Night, which was another huge success. During this event, students and their loved ones were able to enjoy an evening of fun together through attending a Read-Aloud, completing arts and crafts, enjoyed face painting, and a drawing where students were able to take home a classic board game to play with their friends and families.
about 1 month ago, Fayette County Schools
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