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Spelling Bee Qualifer

In early November, thirty students took the Oral Vocabulary Test to identify who would advance to the traditional spelling bee. Twelve students advanced. After 29 rounds and thirty minutes of intense spelling, the following winners were awarded on November 8: 1st Dylan McCumbers 2nd Madison Paxton 3rd Hunter Evans 4th Sawyer Dobbins 5th Elijah Holcomb…

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Marshall University Master of Arts in Education Cohort

Please select the following link to access exciting information about a Master of Arts in Education Cohort. The cohort is open to all Clay County teachers. If you are interested in participating in the cohort, everything you need is found in the link below. Marshall University Master of Arts in Education Cohort Announcement Clay Cohort…

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Camp Mustang

CLAY COUNTY MIDDLE SCHOOL presents Camp Mustang July 23-25, 2018 Camp Mustang is a three day summer camp, held July 23-25, to orient our new sixth grade students to middle school and to equip them with the basic skills and ideas that will make their entrance into middle school easier and more successful. Students will…

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Clay Middle School TSA Construction Challenge

During the school year, students involved in Clay County Middle School’s Technology Student Association Construction Challenge look for a way to help their community.  Many different projects have been done in the years past.  This year the team consisting of Holt Dawson, Hunter Evans, Jack Haverty, and Brady Jones decided to focus on their own school.  As they…

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Clay County High School APGOPO 2018 State Champions

CCHS Advance Placement Government & Politics Class wins the 2018 State Championship in the “We The People” Competition for the 4th consecutive year. Congratulations to the West Virginia State “We The People” Champions. Clay County High School’s Advance Placement Government & Politics class, taught by Mr. Philip Dobbins, traveled to Charleston on February 1st, 2018…

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CCHS Snow Packet Home Page

Snow Packet Home Page Select the link provided and then click the subject that you are working on, followed by the lesson provided by your teacher.

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Teachers Learn Too

Pictures of teachers working after hours on professional development for teaching writing and literacy. This was a follow up session from an Improving Teacher Quality Grant.

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