Jerry McIntosh named SkillsUSA State and Region III Advisory of the year!

Elkview Middle School Captures Softball Championship!

Dunbar Middle School places 1st in 2016 WV Odyssey of the Mind State Finals

Sissonville Middle 8th Grader WV State Champion

Sissionville Middle School 2016 West Virginia Golden Horseshoe

Students raise over $1,400 for Kanawha County leukemia patient

The Andrew Jackson Middle School community came together Monday to offer a $1,418 donation to Autumn Cole, a senior from Nitro High School, as she continues her battle with Leukemia.

2016 Preschool Application Fairs

Here are the times for the 2016 Preschool Application Fairs by fair sites. Parents should bring their child's state certified birth certificate, current immunization records, current physical exam/well child check, current dental exam and proof of income if families' income falls below the federal poverty guidelines.

Sissonville Middle School History Bowl RESA III Champions

Sissonville Middle entered two teams in the regional RESA III History Bowl, winning both the 2016 championship and the runner-up honors. Both teams will represent Kanawaha County schools in the state History Bowl competition on April 26th.

2016 Kindergarten Round Ups

Here are the times for the 2016 Kindergarten Round Ups by school. Parents should bring their child's birth certificate and immunization records, and proof of residency.

Golden Horseshoe Winners Recognition Ceremony

Jessica Abshire, WV Studies teacher at Andrew Jackson Middle School attended a ceremony this week in the house chambers with Superintendent Martirano, the State Social Studies Coordinator, and a few of our state delegates.

Free, Confidential Assistance Completing FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid)

High School Seniors and their families can receive free, confidential assistance completing the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) during College Goal Sunday, February 21st from 1:00 – 4:00 pm. Financial aid experts will be available at both BridgeValley CTC in South Charleston and at WVSU in Institute. The FAFSA is required to be completed by all high school seniors who plan to attend college this Fall.

Give Kids a Smile Program on February 5th

Capital City Give Kids a Smile invites all West Virginia families with children ages 2-18, who do not have dental health insurance to attend this event. All children will receive an exam by a dentist, x-rays, and a cleaning. Limited restorative treatment may be done if time permits on this day after the exam and cleaning have been completed.

2016 WV General Summative Assessment for Kanawha County Home School Students

Parents of Kanawha County home school students may wish to have their son or daughter participate in the 2016 WV General Summative Assessment to meet state code requirements for testing while home schooling. To request participation, parents must contact the school counselor at the school in their attendance area by January 31, 2016.

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.