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  • Mercer County Title I Professional Development Series for December

    Releasing Writers

    Releasing Writers Training for Grades 3-5 

    You will receive a copy of “Releasing Writers!”, your all-in-one guide for how to get started with a methodology that  is based on a set of Core Flexible Routines drawn from research, easy to implement and grounded in purposeful, meaning-centered writing.

    Hosted by:

    Maggie Luma & Kerri Templeton

     

    WORKSHOP DATES:
    December 8th 2021 


    WORKSHOP LOCATION: 
    Virtual

    WORKSHOP TIMES:  
    2:45 pm - 4:45 pm

     PRE-REGISTRATION: 
    Is required
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  • Link:  Covid 19 Vaccine FAQ

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  • Virtual student grades

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  • Calendar Public Hearing
     
    There will be a Calendar Public Hearing to discuss the 2022-2023 school calendar on Tuesday, November 9th at 6:00 p.m. at the Seminar Center at MCTEC. The regular Board of Education Meeting will follow at 7:00 p.m. For those who can't attend the meeting but would like to listen, call in at: 304-553-7794, conference ID: 261 574 779#
     
     
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  • Pre-Ordering Virtual Student Meal Packs

    This year, any virtual student who would like to pick up meal packs on Wednesdays (beginning September 15th) must fill out a pre-order form each week (due on Mondays beginning September 13th). This will cut down on the waste we experienced last year.
     
    Also, virtual student meals can be picked up at 5 locations: Bluewell School (3:00-4:00), Bluefield Primary (3:00-4:00), Athens School (3:00-4:00), Lashmeet Matoaka School (3:00-4:00), and Princeton High School (4:00-5:00).
     
    Mercer County Schools will send out an automated call to remind virtual families each week to fill out their pre-order form. The link to the form is below and will also be posted on our website.
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  • Mask Protocol for 2021-2022 School Year

    The Mercer County Board of Education approved the following mask protocol for the 2021-22 school year. If Mercer County is orange or red on the WV DHHR map on Fridays, then masks are required on buses and at all times inside school buildings. If Mercer County is green, yellow, or gold on the WV DHHR map on Fridays, then masks will be optional in classrooms ONLY. Masks will still be required on buses and anytime students are not in their classrooms.

     

    Mask Protocol

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  • Parent Schoology Training Video

    Posted by Amy Harrison on 9/28/2020

     

    Parent Schoology Training Video

     

    https://youtu.be/sW3oePuFhG4

     

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  • WV ESEA Waiver Request

    Posted by Roger Robertson on 4/6/2020 11:00:00 AM

    ESA Waiver The West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) is posting the WVDE ESEA Waiver Request for assessment administration for public comment per the requirements of the United States Department of Education (USED). The waiver request is based on the state's decision to suspend statewide summative assessments, reporting, and accountability calculations for spring 2020. The USED stipulates, "The State educational agency will provide public and all LEAs in the State with notice of the opportunity to comment on this request (e.g., by posting information regarding the waiver request and the process for commenting on the state website)."

    US Department of Education Letter

    Click here to review the letter from the United States Department of Education.

    Public Comments

    Click here to comment. 

    Homeschool In addition, the requirement for homeschool student assessment has not been waived. 
    The deadline to submit assessment results for Grades 3, 5, 8, and 11 has been adjusted from June 30, 2020 to December 31, 2020.  Utilizing the public school assessment is not an option; however, homeschool parents may choose a portfolio evaluation by a West Virginia licensed teacher, other nationally-normed assessment published in the last 10 years, or an assessment that is mutually agreed upon by the district and parent/guardian.  

    Please contact Dr. Ashley Vaughn at avaughn@k12.wv.us with questions regarding assessment requirements. 

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Policies Open for Public Comment

  • Any person may report sexual discrimination or sexual harassment, regardless of whether or not the person reporting is the person alleged to be the victim of the conduct, 24 hours a day by contacting the Title IX Coordinator in the following ways:

    • By mail at 1403 Honaker Avenue, Princeton, WV 24740 
    • By e-mail at aaliff@k12.wv.us 
    • By phone at 304-487-1551
    • Or by reporting to any school employee 

     A record of each report shall be completed immediately by the person receiving the report and shared with the appropriate personnel. 

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