REMINDER ‼️ATTENTION Oceana Middle School‼️ There will be NO school for students that attend OMS on Monday, November 29th. This will be a PL day for teachers to participate in Professional Learning.📚🤓 #InformWycoSchools
2 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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‼️OMS Students and Families: Classes will resume on Tuesday, November 30, at OMS. Some important adjustments to our schedule will be in place to help our Tribe focus on achieving, learning, and more school involvement. See you Tuesday!😃
3 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
‼️ATTENTION Oceana Middle School‼️ There will be NO school for students that attend OMS on Monday, November 29th. This will be a PL day for teachers to participate in Professional Learning.📚🤓 #InformWycoSchools
4 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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6 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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Glen Fork 7th grade students spent several days preparing models for Ms. Blevins. After completing their projects, they paired up with Mrs. Thompson’s 3rd grade students to teach them about cells using the models they had created. Great teamwork!  You guys rock!!! 🎸💙🐯💙🎸 #GFgreatnessfortomorrow #LoveMyWyCoSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
7 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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Glen Fork Middle school students finished up their Cornhole Unit with the champions of the students playing against Ms. Blevins and Mrs. Lafferty to see who would hold bragging rights! It was a close one but the teachers pulled it off in the last set!!  The important part was that everyone had fun and learned something new! Now on to the next challenge! 💪💙🐯💙💪 #GFgreatnessfortomorrow #LoveMyWyCoSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
9 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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WyCo teachers helped presenter Dr. Mike Lockett with “story play” to model how to improve students’ vocabulary, speech, listening, reading comprehension, fluency, and more. The Reading Conference was a huge success! #WeLoveReading
9 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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Oceana Middle students celebrated Thanksgiving together this week. It was a day of good friends, good food, and good times! Special thanks to our cooks for a delicious lunch. 🦃🍽 #Friendsgiving #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
10 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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students eating lunch
OMS students in Mrs. Lane’s classes participated in Thanksgiving Reading stations.🦃🧡🤎 #thankfulthursday #ShowcaseWyCoSchools #LoveMyWVSchool
10 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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OMS 6th grader, Katelyn Bare and 5th graders, Bethany Lusk and Santino Mullens completed 12 I-ready Math lessons and got to choose a prize from the prize box.❤️👏🏼 #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
10 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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Happy Thanksgiving from Mrs. Glenna’s Pre-K class at Pineville Elementary!🤎🧡🦃🍽 #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
10 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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Students in Ms. Walker’s Contemporary Studies classes at Wyoming East analyzed 10 primary source documents from the Prohibition era.  For each document, students decided if it presented an argument for or against prohibition of alcohol. As a class, we discussed the documents and addressed the following questions:  Does it show a positive or negative outcome of Prohibition? Does it identify a problem with the law? Does it present a reason why it might have been repealed? 🖤💚 #WarriorProud #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
10 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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Ms. Walker’s US Studies students at Wyoming East studied the Declaration of Independence. The lesson started with a reading of a "break-up" letter that was “found” in the classroom.  The students figured out it was the American colonists writing to King George. After discussing the historical document as a break-up letter written to convince the world of the king’s abuses and that the colonies no longer wanted a relationship with Great Britain, students completed a texting activity to reinforce their understanding of what Jefferson wrote in the Declaration.🇺🇸❤️ #WarriorProud #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
10 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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Members of Skills USA at the Wyoming County Career and Technical Center continued today to help the veterans in the Oceana area. They did a community project in Oceana by helping take down the veteran banners so they can be stored for the winter. Skills members will help the veterans in the spring to rehang the banners before Memorial Day. 🇺🇸❤️ #LoveMyWVSchool #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
10 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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Special dinner for Herndon Consolidated’s 8th grade students. Last Thanksgiving lunch with us. ❤️🦃 #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
10 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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Winner of the Christmas ornament  contest grades 3-5 at Herndon, Braelyn Sizemore.🎄 #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
10 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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Herndon Consolidated students enjoying Thanksgiving dinner.🦃🧡🤎 #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
10 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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Ethan Kenneda and Isabella Fischer proudly represented Wyoming County Schools today at the Reading Conference held at The Greenbrier Resort.  Both students won Best in Show awards at the Regional Reading Conference.  Ethan and Isabella are students from Huff Consolidated.👏🏼📚 We are so proud! #ShowcaseWyCoSchools #WyCoReads
10 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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student winner
Amy Mitchell, Curriculum Coach, presented at the Reading Conference today.  The conference was held at The Greenbrier Resort.  Mrs. Mitchell’s session was entitled “Mountain-ears: Getting Students to Read and Write What They Hear.”  The session was based off of best practices in Secret Stories instruction.🤫📚❤️ #ShowcaseWyCoSchools
10 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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Amy Mitchell
Wyoming County Schools would like to congratulate Elijah Moore on winning the first WCS Dolly Parton Imagination Library bookcase.   The bookcase was designed and built by the Wyoming County Career and Technical Center carpentry class during the spring of 2021.  Mr. Keith Stewart provided the artwork and WCS Central Office staff supplied the books, puzzles, blanket, and stuffed animals.   Don’t forget to register your child for the Dolly Parton Imagination Library. It’s Free!! Children birth to age 5 are eligible.📚❤️ Congratulations, Elijah! #WyCoReads
10 days ago, Wyoming County BOE
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