Andrew Jackson Middle School Named State Winner in the $2 million Samsung Solve for Tomorrow Contest

Mr. David LaMaster, social studies teacher, was selected as the West Virginia State Winner for 2015-2016. His entry was chosen for its innovative approach for advancing interest in STEM. He will now go on to represent the state in the national competition.

Autism Spectrum Disorder: Q and A with Dr. Ball

Free Informational Seminar, December 10, 2015 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Dr. James Ball is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst that has been in the field of autism for over twenty-five years providing behavioral, educational, residential, and employment services to children and adults affected by autism.

Mike Artell, Award-Winning Author, Illustrator, Musician and Professional Speaker, at Holz Elementary, Wednesday, Nov 18th

Kanawha County Schools is proud to host Mike Artell, an award-winning author, illustrator, musician and professional speaker, at Holz Elementary, Wednesday, November 18th at 8:30 AM. He will be coming to Holz Elementary School to engage children in books, the writing process, motivational speaking, and cartooning. He will give each student a mini-lesson on how to be a cartoonist.

Understanding Special Education Course Nov. 30

This introductory course covers the IEP (Individual Education Program) process, rights and responsibilities of parents and educators before, during and after the meetings, conflict resolution and legal aspects of an IEP.

No Changes to Head Lice Policy

To clear up some recent confusion, there have been no changes to KCS head lice policy. Students with live lice will be sent home and must be treated before returning to school.

My Kid Has an iPad! Now What? iPad Training October 5th

Find out how iPads and technology are improving your child’s education, how iPads are being integrated into the classrooms and how you can keep your child safe while they are online at home.

Cedar Grove Middle School Welcomes Workcamps Volunteers

Cedar Grove Middle School welcomed over 250 volunteers from Workcamps over the summer. The volunteers came from all across the nation to offer free home repairs to families in the surrounding Cedar Grove community.

Summer Learning Guide - Apps, Games, and Websites for Summer Learning

Whether your kids' summer days are jam-packed with activities or left wide open for leisurely exploration -- or something in between -- chances are some of those days will involve a smartphone, tablet, or other device. Now more than ever, you can use these powerful tools to enhance the activities that kids are already doing -- or to help create brand-new experiences.

HealthFest 2015

Each year, CAMC hosts a health fair to provide free and low-cost screenings to the community, including free sports physicals for middle and high school students wishing to play a sport in the next school year. Students must bring a signed physical form or have a parent/guardian present to sign one for them. This year’s event is Saturday, June 6.

Andrew Jackson Middle School Band Scores High at County Band Ratings Competition

The Andrew Jackson Middle School Band attended band ratings on March 26, 2015, at Capital High School and returned with 1 Superior and 2 Excellent ratings. The AJ Band was 1 of 3 middle school bands in the county to receive a Superior rating at the competition. Congratulations to Mrs. Shonda Skaggs, Mrs. Ruia Roberts, and all AJMS band members!

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Andrew Jackson Middle School Students Excel in County, Regional, and State Academic Competitions

Andrew Jackson Middle School students have placed highly in several competitions around the state this year.

Spring 2015 School Calendar Changes

Due to the recent inclement weather closings, the traditional school calendar will now include May 28-29 and June 1-3 as make up days. The year-round school calendar will now include April 13-17 and June 1 as make up days.

Technology Changing The Snow Day

The weather recently has cancelled classes across the state and kept a lot of kids at home. But in today's world, it no longer means kids get a day away from school.

Kanawha County Student Accepted to National Youth Orchestra

Capital High School student Pete Nichols is the first West Virginian to be accepted to the National Youth Orchestra. He will perform at Carnegie Hall before leaving on a seven-city tour of China this summer. More than 1,000 teenagers auditioned for this year's orchestra and 110 were accepted.

Cedar Grove Middle School Student Selected to Represent KCS Middle Schools at 2014-2015 Youth Art Month Exhibit

Cedar Grove Middle School seventh grade student, Caitlyn Ovaldson, was selected to represent all KCS middle school students at the 2014-2015 Youth Art Month Exhibit for her 2-D watercolor painting. The exhibit dates will be at the Parkersburg Art Center from February 28-April 1, 2015. After the exhibit is concluded in Parkersburg, Caitlyn's watercolor will be on display at the Charleston Clay Center on Friday, April 3, 2015.

Free Informational Workshop "Visual Strategies for Children with Autism"

The Parent Community Resource Center will again be hosting a free informational workshop titled “Visual Strategies for Children with Autism” on March 23, 2015 from 5:30 – 7:30 at the Edison Staff Development Center. The workshop is for parents, teachers and community members that are affected by or interested in Autism.

George Washington High School Students Winners of Harvard Contest

George Washington High School students have been selected as winners of the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Emergency Preparedness High School Video Contest.

Learning 20/20 iPad Initiative Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently asked questions and answers regarding the Learning 20/20 iPad initiative.

“Wisdom from the Village” Panel Discussion

On February 3, 2015 Stonewall Jackson Middle School students participated in a panel discussion held by the Kanawha County’s Family Court’s Bench/Bar Committee. Students shared their perceptions of teen issues and ways they believed education could be improved.

Elkview Middle School Eighth Graders Compete in the Hour of Code

Tens of millions of students of all ages and backgrounds have tried an Hour of Code, a one-hour introduction designed to demystify computer science and show that anybody can learn the basics. A team of two teachers (Caroline Swanson and Patreca Swanson) introduced the Hour of Code to Patreca Swanson’s eighth grade math class.