Lewis County Schools


Lewis County High School

LCHS
LCHS

Home of the Minutemen

205 Minuteman Drive

Weston WV  26452

304.269.8315

Principal- John Whiston

jwhiston@k12.wv.us


Assistant Principal and Athletic Director- Dustin Cogar 

 dcogar@k12.wv.us


Assistant Principal


School Counselors -

Dodi Cook- dcook@k12.wv.us

Lauren Landry- lauren.landry@k12.wv.us

Questions or concerns about this site should be directed to

Carrie Smith Davis at cdsmith@k12.wv.us 

or Jeff Tidd at jtidd@k12.wv.us

LCHS

News and Announcements


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LCHS STUDENTS, CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE LIBRARY eBOOK SURVEY:  http://bit.ly/lchsbook


Attention Students and Parents: Due to safety concerns, students will only be allowed to use the main front doors for entering and exiting the building.  This means both side hallways beside the band room and gym will be closed in the morning and during lunch. Students dropped off in the student parking lot will be required to walk to the front entrance.  Dropping students off in front of the school will cause traffic delays. Please continue to drop students off in the student parking lot.


Shuttle buses run Monday - Thursday, departing from LCHS at 5:45pm, for students participating in after school activities and credit recovery classes


Preparing Students for Careers of the Future





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Check out Lewis County High School's school newspaper website: www.thebluegrey.com


This year promises to be filled with great learning experiences and fun for all students. We are excited about starting the year off with high expectations and exceeding the goals we set for ourselves. Education is a shared commitment between dedicated teachers, motivated students, and enthusiastic parents with high expectations. - Bob Beauprez


Attendance Matters - Every Student, Every Day!

 Often, we think absences aren't a problem as long as they're excused or a child’s learning won't be affected unless he or she misses several days in a row. Research shows that missing 10% of the school year — which can be just two or three days every month — can add up to so much lost time in the classroom that children just can't keep up. Attendance is critical to the success of our students. We must have our students present and engaged in order to provide them with the opportunities they need to be successful in the future. For resources and more information, please visit the West Virginia Department of Education webpage: http://wvde.state.wv.us/attendancematters/