White Sulphur Springs Elementary earns 2014-15 Title I High Progress school distinction

Front Row: Ann Smith, Principal (left); Jackie Williams, Title I Teacher; and Vera Glover, Aide; Back Row: Associate Superintendent Catherine Thompson (left); Marla Bell, Art Teacher; and Superintendent Sallie Dalton.

The Greenbrier County Board of Education, at a meeting on Apr. 14, recognized White Sulphur Elementary School as a Title I High Progress Awards School for the 2014-15 school year. The school was one of only 33 in West Virginia to receive this honor. The West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) announced the 2014-15 Reward Schools earlier this month. More...

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Front Row: Logan Toothman, Lewisburg Baptist Academy (left); Willa Gibson, Frankford Elementary; Abby Flowler, Ronceverte Elementary and Davia Zimmerman, Lewisburg Elementary; Back Row: Young Writers Contest Coordinator Jo Long (left) and Superintendent Sallie Dalton. (Not pictured: Bryce Holley and Kendra Webb)
By admin On Monday, April 27th, 2015

BOE celebrates Young Writers Contest winners

On Apr. 14, the Greenbrier County Board of Education recognized the first place winners of the Greenbrier County Young Writers Contest. The students received an individual trophy and a traveling plaque that will More...

By admin On Monday, April 27th, 2015

Author shares time-saving, simple art projects for kids

Teachers, parents and guardians will find these 20 art activities a handy, helpful tool to teach art to children Art is an expression all children should embrace and learn to love. Many adults may find it difficult More...

By admin On Monday, April 27th, 2015

New River CTC to host financial workshops in May

New River Community and Technical College will host two financial workshops presented by AXA Advisors, LLC at the Greenbrier Valley Campus in May. “Financial Strategies for Women” will be held at 7 p.m. on May More...

By admin On Monday, April 27th, 2015

‘Individualizing Expectations for Students with Disabilities’ presented by Greenbrier Co. Schools

Greenbrier County Schools Office of Special Education Parent Resource Center is pleased to host an informational program for parents of children with special needs. “Individualizing Expectations for Students with More...

EGMS 8th Grade Student Government students helped with food collection and organization. Pictured: Front Row: Rhiannon Cohernour (left), Skyler McCallister, Brett Napier, Savannah Soucier and Gracie Cornelius; Back Row: Natalie Harper (left), Taylor Keeling, Emily Swann, Kara Vaughan and Joey Daniels.
By admin On Monday, April 27th, 2015

EGMS food drive lifts hunger and spirit of community service

Students at Eastern Greenbrier Middle School (EGMS) recently demonstrated their community spirit, helping to fill local food banks with donations. A total of 4,384 items were added to book bags already filled with More...

By admin On Monday, April 27th, 2015

GEHS hosts multiple programs to help parents and students

On Tuesday, Apr. 28, Greenbrier East High School along with Communities In Schools and multiple community organizations will be hosting an evening of important, need-to-know sessions geared towards students and More...

By admin On Monday, April 27th, 2015

Collage Connection Workshop coming to WVSOM

The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) is hosting “The Collage Connection Workshop – Images, Metaphors and Myth – A Creative Workshop for Client Integration and Self-Care.” The More...

Vanessa Bailey and New River CTC Student Medical Assistants (from front) Christina Frazer, Dreama Perry, Cassaundra Sibold and Alexis Young attend West Virginia Rural Health Workforce Day on Jan. 22 at the Capitol in Charleston. (Not pictured, but also in the program: Tara Campbell, Tara Burns, Catherine Rich and Kristina Ward.)
By admin On Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

New River CTC instructor, Rural Health Association board member attends Rural Health Workforce Day at Capitol

Vanessa Bailey and New River CTC Student Medical Assistants (from front) Christina Frazer, Dreama Perry, Cassaundra Sibold and Alexis Young attend West Virginia Rural Health Workforce Day on Jan. 22 at the Capitol More...

By admin On Tuesday, April 21st, 2015

Mountaineer ChalleNGe Academy announces participants in First Leave Program

Collin MacKenzie Parker has been appointed to Class 1-15 of the Mountaineer ChalleNGe Academy. Cadet Parker, son of Aleasa Parker and Dustin Hawkins of Alderson, is one of 154 Cadets attending a 22-week residential More...