WVCPD announces recipients of West Virginia’s 2014 Distinguished Principals Award

The West Virginia Center for Professional Development (WVCPD) is pleased to honor 12 principals and assistant principals as members of the 2014 class of Principals’ Leadership Academy (PLA) Distinguished Scholars. The administrators participated in last year’s PLA for New Principals and illustrated exemplary work and participation. As a result, More...

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The Greenbrier East High School FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Chapter attended the State Fall Leadership Conference on Oct. 6 and 7 in Flatwoods. The entrepreneur team, that included Katlynn Boyd, Daisy Lively, and Malachi McCutcheon, placed 1st in the “Dolphin Tank” competition, winning $500. The team had to prepare and present a business plan. Their plan included the idea of “G.R.O.” - Greenbrier Recreational Outreach. The students look forward to presenting their project again at the state level competition in the spring.
Also, two students won individual competitions. Marisha Carpenter earned first in the Economics category and Sarah Feamster placed first in the Business Law category.
GEHS students that also participated in the conference included: Karee Diem, Claire Perkins, Kris McMillion, Isaiah Godfrey, Hannah Rivoire and McKenzie Brown.
Several schools from around the state participated in the conference. 
The advisors for the GEHS FBLA chapter are Sharon Wolfe, Tiffany McMahan and Kristi Haddox.
By admin On Monday, October 27th, 2014

GEHS Business Students excel at State Conference

The Greenbrier East High School FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Chapter attended the State Fall Leadership Conference on Oct. 6 and 7 in Flatwoods. The entrepreneur team, that included Katlynn Boyd, Daisy More...

By admin On Monday, October 27th, 2014

Hotel, Restaurant, Facilities Management career program added at DSLCC

A new career program designed to train employees for hotel, restaurant and facilities management, part of the “Plugged In Virginia” initiative, is being offered at the Dabney S. Lancaster Community College Rockbridge More...

The Greenbrier County Board of Education recognized the Summer Technology Work Program Team at a meeting held at Greenbrier West High School on Oct. 14. Students explained their individual job responsibilities to prepare approximately 6,000+ computers for students to use for the new school year. Pictured: Josh Spurlock (left), Collin Clemons, Emily Fleshman, Superintendent Sallie Dalton, Jocob Burke, Jordan Tincher and Marquis Frazier.
By admin On Monday, October 27th, 2014

Board of Education recognizes Summer Technology Work Program Team

The Greenbrier County Board of Education recognized the Summer Technology Work Program Team at a meeting held at Greenbrier West High School on Oct. 14. Students explained their individual job responsibilities to More...

Greenbrier West High School Senior Karissa Cox (left) was recognized by the Greenbrier County Board of Education and Superintendent Sallie Dalton at a meeting on Oct. 14, for representing Greenbrier County Schools in a National History Day competition in Maryland. Her exhibit focused on “The Children of the Great Depression.” Karissa won first place at the school, county and regional levels.
By admin On Monday, October 27th, 2014

Karissa Cox recognized by Board of Education for National History Day Competition

Greenbrier West High School Senior Karissa Cox (left) was recognized by the Greenbrier County Board of Education and Superintendent Sallie Dalton at a meeting on Oct. 14, for representing Greenbrier County Schools More...

During a meeting Oct. 14, at Greenbrier West High School three students at the school demonstrated basic programming and engineering skills through a program called MinecraftEdu. The program is used to identify engaging and impactful games and use them to create compelling educational experiences. Students Dustin Drennen (left), Jared Browning and Patrick Knight created a replica of a hallway in GWHS using basic programming and engineering skills. Also pictured is Greenbrier County Schools Superintendent Sallie Dalton.
By admin On Monday, October 27th, 2014

Greenbrier West students demonstrate MinecraftEdu at BOE meeting

During a meeting Oct. 14, at Greenbrier West High School three students at the school demonstrated basic programming and engineering skills through a program called MinecraftEdu. The program is used to identify More...

During the Oct. 14 meeting of the Greenbrier County Board of Education, Executive Director for the Jobs for WV Graduates (JWVG) Brent Sturm (right), introduced Price Tate (center) for being named as JWVG High Performing Specialist at Greenbrier East High School. Tate has served in this position since 2011. JWVG and Greenbrier East High School received the “5 of 5” National Performance Standards from Jobs for America’s Graduates for their work with the Class of 2013. Also pictured is Superintendent of Greenbrier County Schools Sallie Dalton.
By admin On Monday, October 27th, 2014

Price Tate named Jobs for WV Graduates High Performing Specialist

During the Oct. 14 meeting of the Greenbrier County Board of Education, Executive Director for the Jobs for WV Graduates (JWVG) Brent Sturm (right), introduced Price Tate (center) for being named as JWVG High Performing More...

Attending WV Rural Health Conference in Morgantown: Donna Burdette (left), Christy Harless, Vanessa Bailey, Tara Campbell, Alexis Young, Christina Frazer and Denise Deskins
By admin On Monday, October 27th, 2014

New River CTC Medical Assisting students attend WV Rural Health Conference

Seven Medical Assisting students from the Greenbrier Valley Campus of New River Community and Technical College received scholarships to attend the West Virginia Rural Health Conference in Morgantown Oct. 15-17. Medical More...

By admin On Friday, October 17th, 2014

Three Community Education Classes coming up at New River CTC in November

The New River Community and Technical College Office of Workforce Education in Lewisburg has announced three community education classes that will be offered at the Lee Street Complex (former Lewisburg Elementary More...

By admin On Friday, October 17th, 2014

DSLCC hosts premiere showing of ‘Private Violence’

The Dabney S. Lancaster Community College Student Activities program will host a premiere showing of the feature-length HBO Documentary “Private Violence” on Monday, Oct. 20, at 6 p.m., hours before the film’s More...