Great things can happen from small ideas! We had a field trip to LCHS for all of Lewis County elementary students to watch the LCHS Marching Minutemen perform. Here is a big shout out to all those who made this possible. Thanks, Andrea Heath, for your passion to pursue your vision. It was such a needed boost for morale throughout the county for students and staff alike. A huge thanks to Allen Heath, his staff, and all band members for their outstanding halftime performance and for taking their time to introduce and explain the different instruments in turn inspiring the future band members of LCHS. Thanks to all the teachers and aides who organized and cared for their individual groups of children. lol Thanks to all the staff who stayed behind the scenes (cooks, custodians, office staff and teachers) that didn’t get to attend this event but made sure meals and facilities were ready for the students when they returned. Very special thanks to all the bus drivers who graciously changed or rearranged their plans on short notice to make sure we could get the wheels turning to safely transport over 1,000 passengers to and from this event. A special thanks also to John Whiston and Brian Fisher. It amazed me to see how they prepared the stadium, treated these elementary students as if they were a Friday night football crowd, and listened to how they proudly and passionately addressed all who were in attendance. Also, a shout out to the two guardian angels (Mike Cayton & Charlie Kirkpatrick) standing above the crowd keeping a watchful eye over us all. Last but not least, a special thanks to Dr. Lewis for not just approving this but trusting each one of us to do our part in pulling it off. We are all just one piece of a huge puzzle, but when we are all joined together we make a beautiful picture. Sincerely, Gerry Paugh
7 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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Deloris Hess manager of Cato’s and representative of the Cato Cooperation presents a $100 check to Lewis County Schools and the CIS Program. Mona Vinson accepts the check on behalf of the Communities In Schools Program.
7 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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Thank You, Lewis County Transportation Department for Keeping Our Students Safe!
7 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Lewis County Schools will be participating in Pink Out Day on Friday, October 22nd!
7 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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National School Bus Safety Week October 18-22
7 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Lewis County Schools will be participating in National Pink Out Day on October 22nd! #showyoursupport #wearpink
7 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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Upcoming Event October 27th and 28th
7 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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Upcoming Events in Weston #communityfirst #community
7 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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Join the Fun This Weekend! October 16th
7 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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Wild About School Lunch Winner at PCES Adryan Freda is today’s winner from the hot lunch participants. #wildaboutschoollunch
7 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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Today at Peterson-Central Elementary School in Mrs. Arnold’s fourth grade class, they made witches hands! So cool!
8 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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#dentalhealth
8 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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Lewis County Blueprint Communities is hosting a Fun Run. See Flyers for more information.
8 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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8 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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It’s beginning to look like Autumn at the Lewis County Board of Education!
8 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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Channel 3 is back on the air! Mrs. White and her broadcast students at LCHS have published a homecoming week special. Visit lewisboe.com or the Lewis County Schools Facebook page for a link to the video.
8 months ago, Lewis County Schools
Meet Ms. Katie Woofter the Assistant Principal at Peterson-Elementary School Ms. Woofter graduated from West Virginia Wesleyan College with a Bachelors in Elementary Education and a Masters in Multi-categorical Special Education. She then received her Educational Leadership Degree through Salem University. This will be her ninth year in education. Ms. Woofter states she likes to help children, especially the ones who are struggling, and likes knowing she helped them in succeeding. Welcome to Lewis County Schools, Ms. Woofter!
8 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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Mr. Gerald Paugh, who has worked for Lewis County Schools for 26 years, is the new Transportation Supervisor. He has enjoyed watching the children grow and being a small part of their lives. Mr. Paugh hopes that in some way he has made a positive influence that may have encouraged the students to dream and succeed in life As supervisor, his goal is to finish his career trying to leave the transportation department in a better place by building relationships between the wonderful bus operators and administrators by trying to set a good example that will hopefully inspire all bus drivers to share the same compassion for the children as he has.
8 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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Mr. Bill Tucker is the Parent Educator Resource Coordinator at the Lewis County Board of Education. The center provides information and support to both parents and educators. Mr. Tucker will assist families on an individual basis to understand the children’s educational needs by connecting them with area agencies serving children and their families The coordinator may also act as a liaison between teachers and parents to help strengthen school-to-home relationships. The center is equipped with a child section supplied with toys and books while the parents are conferencing. For more information, contact Mr. Bill Tucker at 304-269-8300 ext. 204.
8 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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The 3rd and 4th grade students in Mrs. Heath’s music classes at Peterson-Central have been learning “The Star-Spangled Banner”. The students who can recite the first verse on their own will place a star on the bulletin board and will sing the National Anthem at the first LCHS home basketball game. The students pictured are the first to complete the task.
8 months ago, Lewis County Schools
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