Mission Statement

Our mission is to inspire students to

 Dream, teach them to

 Unite with others, and give them the confidence to

 Venture out of their comfort zones so they can

 Achieve their goals and successfully

 Lead their own lives, and be leaders at home, at school, and in the community. 


  • NJHS Members

    Congratulations to our new NJHS members

    Katie Pauley

    Madalyn Adkins

    Kyleigh Peters

    Dakota Thompson

    Hayden Johnson

    Abigail Burton

    Hayden Fowler

    Mike Stowers

    Josiah Teter

    Chelsey Wilburn

    Randi Dingess

    Eleana Gillenwater

    Emma Brogan


  • You Will Not Want to Miss the End of the Year Attendance Reward Trip!!

    Mrs.Patton will reward all students that miss less than 18 days with a trip to Mud River Recreation Area at the end of the year. At the recreation area you will: receive prizes, go kayaking, go hiking, have a cook out, eat ice cream, play games, and listen to music! 

    Remember that students with perfect attendance will get a special reward!

    Student  attendance is important because students are more likely to succeed in academics when they attend school consistently. It's difficult for the teacher and the class to build their skills and progress if a large number of students are frequently absent. 


  • Habit of the Month

    Habit 7-Sharpen the Saw

    I take care of my body by eating right, exercising, and getting sleep.

    I spend time with my family and friends

    I learn in lots of ways and lots of places, not just at school

    I find meaningful ways to help others



    Order your yearbook today, you don't want to miss this year's school memories!


    The order deadline is 05/17/2019. If you pay in person please pay in cash $35.00 and give to Mr. Keaton.

    However, if you choose to pay online, the website is ybpay.lifetouch.com with the code 2106019


  • Thank You!


    Thank you Melissa Pomeroy for helping with the library by donating over 180 books, working on decorations, and contacting Bridge Valley!


  • Track Team Sign ups

    Duval's Track team is starting up again! Our first practice will be on February 27th after school until 4:30 pm. Practices will be Monday, Wednesday, and Friday after school until 4:30 pm. Requirements: You MUST have a physical on file with the school and that is dated after June 1, 2018. You must not give up, have a 2.0 GPA, and have a good attitude. We try to keep the cost as low as possible. If you are a sprinter, you can purchase track spikes, but they are not required. You must have decent running shoes. (any of your choice) Each athlete will be required to purchase a hooded sweatshirt. If parents have questions email Noreen Gallion at ngallion@k12.wv.us  

  • Baseball Sign Ups

    Official baseball practice starts Monday 2/25! Practice will be in the gym all week from 5-7. (Wednesday only until 6) You must have a current physical on record with the school to participate! If you have any questions message, Julie Johnson at julie.johnson@k12.wv.us

  • Softball Try Outs

    Anyone interested in playing softball for Duval
    there will be flex days on 2/18-23 from 5:30-7:30. Flex days are voluntary. Actual tryouts will be on 2/25 and must have a physical to try out.

    Contact Rusty Shaffer with questions.

School News


Congratulations To Duval's Girls Basketball Team For Bringing Home The Black Diamond Championship Trophy!!



Congratulations To Duval's Lincoln County's Young Writers Winners!

Hayden Fowler-7th Grade-2nd Place

Briar Pauley-3rd Grade-3rd Place

Congratulations to Duval's Math Field Day Winners!

First Place 7th grade: Katie Pauley

Second Place 7th grade :Somya Slonaker

Third Place 7th grade: Dakota Thompson

Alternate 8th grade: Emma Harless

Our 7th grade team won the third best team in regional competition(7th grade)

Congratulations to our winning VEX IQ Robotics teams, who won the Excellence award in the qualifiers(Cruise Control), the Judges award in states (Cruise Control), and the teamwork award in qualifiers(Tyrannosaurus-VEX)


Congratulations to Duval's A Cappella Group The Rolling Tones directed by Mr. Jacob Terry!

The Rolling Tones earned a first place award at the Capital High School VIP Voices in Perfection, 

A Celebration of Music in the middle school choral division!

The Duval Rolling Tones will be competing in Martinsburg South Middle School Vocal Fest on Saturday March 2, 2019 at 9:15 am. Jaylon Huffman will compete in the solo competition at 9:50 am. 



Helpful Links


Classroom Directory


Angela Stewart
Skylar Tomblin

First Grade

Shawnda Whitten

Lisa Brock

Second Grade

Amber Noble

Allison Bell

Third Grade

Brian Marshall

Ashley McDavid

Fourth Grade

Pauline Wiley

Rebecca Nelson

FIfth Grade

Laura Matthews

Jo Ellen Boback

Social Studies Department

Sabrina Ruth

Tyler Woolwine

Science Department

Misty Tully

Ashley Stender

Math Department

Julie Johnson

Jeremy Lawson

Jerry Sansom

Darlene Tackett


English Department

6th Grade

Beverly Brown

Shelley Campbell

7th Grade

Beverly Brown 

Shelley Campbell

Sarah Dunlap

Ashley Pritt

8th Grade

Sarah Dunlap

Ashley Pritt



Related Arts

Justin Keaton-Health

Jacob Terry- Middle School Music/Band

Randall Peters-Elementary Music

Brandon Smith-Middle School-Art

Mr. Starcher-Gym




Lorry Curry