As the world celebrates World Teacher Day, Superintendent Price and Board Members want to express their gratitude to all teachers for making a difference in the lives of all students.
Great people doing great things for our students. #GreatPeopleDoingGreatThings Beauticians and Barber visited Independence High School to provide haircuts for students.
Congratulations Ms. Toney, Ms. Bailey, and Ms. Ballard for being named West Virginia's Adult Education Program of the Year! https://www.register-herald.com/news/state_region/w-va-honors-raleigh-county-adult-learning-center/article_5c865e66-4efc-5df6-bc3c-e0a7144457bb.html
Superintendent Price and the Board of Education Members would like to thank our Custodians for all they do every day to make our schools and facilities shine.
This evening the Raleigh County Sheriffs Department contacted us to inform Us that they had received information that a 14 year old juvenile made threats off campus to shoot up the school at Shady High on Monday. The Sheriffs department conducted an investigation which led to the juvenile being taken into custody and charged with making a terroristic threat. It was also reported to us that at the time the juvenile did NOT have the means to act on the threat.
Raleigh County Schools Attendance Poster Contest
Welcome back students.
On behalf of the Raleigh County Board of Education, I want to welcome everyone to the 22-23 school year. We are looking forward to what promises to be an exciting, engaging year. We want to remind everyone that beginning tomorrow, our students will be at bus stops and buses will be rolling. Be extra cautious and patient as we get our students to and from school safely. Wishing you the best this school year. David Price Superintendent
Video from 2022 Back to School Wellness and Community Outreach Fair. Thank you Ashley Frye for creating this video. https://youtu.be/WRHEP-KTqSw
Hello, this is David price superintendent of Raleigh County schools I want to remind everyone the window for enrolling students in virtual school is still open. The window to apply will close on Friday, September 2nd at 5:00 p.m. for further information please contact the virtual school department at 304-256-4500 or visit our web page and click on menu to access virtual school.
Raleigh County Schools annual Back to School Wellness and Community Outreach Far for students in grades Pre-K—12 will be held today, August 12, 2022, from 9:00 AM-2:00PM at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center. We look forward to seeing each of you.
Raleigh County Schools is in the process of upgrading our website. An app has been created that will make it easier to navigate the district’s website. The app and website allows for the school district to easily share the great things going on in our schools and to communicate with students, parents, staff, and the community. All district and school announcements, events, messages, and alerts can easily be viewed through the website and app. To download the app go to https://apps.apple.com/us/app/raleigh-county-schools-wv/id1629883432.
The WV Miners want to honor all teachers and staff at the field Sunday, July 31st by giving free admission to the Doubleheader against Johnstown Mill Rats. We want to say “Thank You” to all Raleigh County and any other surrounding county educators!!! Just show you County Schools ID and you are admitted FREE. Raleigh County Superintendent, David Price, will be there to throw out the first pitch. The Miners will also be passing out school supplies to the first 200 kids that enter the stadium on Sunday. Come enjoy a great day of baseball as the Miners are battling for a playoff birth. See you at game…. https://wvminersbaseball.com/celebrate-teacher-appreciation-day-at-the-miners-game-with-superintendent-david-price/
Raleigh County Schools Wellness and Community Outreach Fair on August 12, 2022 from 9:00 AM-2:00PM at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center.
Congratulations Cameron Shannon on being named one of the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) 10 finalists for the 2023 West Virginia Teacher of the Year. Finalists were selected among the Teachers of the Year from each school district. Recognizing these teachers brings honor to the profession, energizes students, enhances community respect for learning, and revitalizes teachers across the state. https://wvde.us/teacher-of-the-year-finalists-announced/?fbclid=IwAR2MkIHA0jYotM_ne3eacbjd_U6-WG9GP_A5fQjIgb2a7Rap0NDwe8oVMCc
Kindergarten Round-Up Camps: Beckley Elementary, Daniels Elementary, Fairdale Elementary These students were given an opportunity to focus on kindergarten readiness skills such as... Literacy Skills - print concepts, phonemic awareness, and emerging writing Math numeracy - rounding up things to count and matching activities Basic concepts for fine motor control – holding pencil/scissors, opening lunch packages Social skills such as manners, cooperative play, sharing, and conflict resolution APL strategies for school safety and school behavior Bus safety and exploring a school bus
Kindergarten Round-Up Camps: Beckley Elementary, Daniels Elementary, Fairdale Elementary. These students were given an opportunity to focus on kindergarten readiness skills such as... • Literacy Skills - print concepts, phonemic awareness, and emerging writing • Math numeracy - rounding up things to count and matching activities • Basic concepts for fine motor control – holding pencil/scissors, opening lunch packages • Social skills such as manners, cooperative play, sharing, and conflict resolution • APL strategies for school safety and school behavior • Bus safety and exploring a school bus
STEAM Camp Beckley Stratton Middle School: STEAM Camp activities centered around the book, The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind by William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer. Students focused daily on reading, writing, and mathematics addressing state standards. These lessons were addressed through direct teacher instruction sessions. The teachers use the book as a starting point for standard integration. Students also integrated reading, math, science, social studies, art, physical education, and technology to complete project/problem -based STEAM learning. A few of the STEAM camp activities included the WVU STEM TAC Hydraulic Claw constructions, demonstrations, and rebuilds; building windmills from discarded materials (partnered with WV State University), art projects, and technology for writing assignments and EGames.
WVU Institute of Technology STEM Camp.