Lewis County Schools

Lewis County Schools

COVID-19 (LCES)-1/18/21
We have been made aware that there has been a positive case of COVID-19 from a staff member at Leading Creek Elementary School. Lewis County Schools and the Lewis County Health Department will continue to monitor this active case and give announcements, as necessary and will stay in contact with all others involved to provide the best public health outcome for our community. As always we ask that you stay vigilant at this time, and to continue to practice the precautions that have already been established; thorough washing of hands, wearing a mask, and social distancing.
COVID-19 (LC Central Office) 1/19/21
We have been made aware that there has been a positive case of COVID-19 from a staff member at the Lewis County Schools Central Office. Lewis County Schools and the Lewis County Health Department will continue to monitor this active case and give announcements, as necessary and will stay in contact with all others involved to provide the best public health outcome for our community. As always we ask that you stay vigilant at this time, and to continue to practice the precautions that have already been established; thorough washing of hands, wearing a mask, and social distancing.

Positive Message of the Week:



"You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem and smarter than you think."

Meet the Site  Coordinators:

Kylea Arnold

Roanoke Elementary School

Deena Lewis

Jane Lew Elementary School

Sarah Linger

Lewis County High School

Marissa Shanholtz

Robert L Bland Middle School

The Lewis County FRN and Food Pantry continues to serve Lewis County, even during COVID-19: resource referrals for local, regional and state resources, basic needs services, food pantry, snack pack distribution, fresh produce, hygiene items, diaper pantry, home visitation services, and more.  Call more information: 304-269-4000.

Food, Clothing, & Hygiene

**Important** WV Pandemic-EBT child nutrition support coming soon.

“P-EBT was introduced in H.R. 6201, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act as a solution that delivers nutrition assistance on an EBT card that can be used to purchase groceries for families with school children who qualify for free or reduced-price school meals when school is out of session due to a pandemic.”



Mental & Physical Health

Brit Cooper, Lewis County Mental Health Specialist and School Psychologist is hosting school-based check-ins via Microsoft Teams. 

Let's stay connected in this time of social and physical distancing. We want you to feel comfortable reaching out for any reason. Responses to this form will be sent to the mental health specialist, Brit Cooper, who will work to connect you with appropriate resources. 

If you’re a parent looking to sign up your child for Energy Expresscontact your local WVU Extension Service office. Energy Express is offered in various counties at select locations. This year Energy Express will be offered through an oline platform. 

Activities for You and Your Family

Grow This, is a fun gardening project offered to all WV residenrs. This program's participation is free. Every few weeks, those who sign up through a short online survey will receive a packet of seeds in the mail.