Duval Pre K-8 is excited to offer an in-person afterschool learning experience that is interactive and engaging. We will provide opportunities for K– 8 students to engage in learning activities that address learning gaps in mathematics and reading. Contact Brandi McFann if you are interested – 304-524-2101 or brandielon.mcfann@k12.wv.us
2 months ago, Steve Gaines
Duval Afterschool is open for business
Congratulations to Duval PK-8 for their Math Field Day Success. The middle school team took home the county championship.
2 months ago, Joshua Barnett
We are seeking community input regarding the district practice of recognizing students for their achievement and growth on the i-Ready diagnostic assessment used at three points in time during the school year. We value the input of our parents, students, and community members about this practice. Please take a moment to complete the survey below. We look forward to hearing your feedback! https://forms.office.com/r/F07CwUZB8X
12 months ago, Angie Urling
Survey
Duval PK-8 and Hamlin PK-8 will be releasing students at 9:00 AM today, Mach 24, due to a power outage and other facility concerns as a result of the storm that passed through the area early this morning. Parents and guardians, please make plans to receive your student at their regular bus stop location.
about 1 year ago, Angie Urling
For Duval and LCHS - The DOH has completed road repairs on Left Fork Road in the Alkol area and Bus 163 will be running the normal route. For Harts PK-8 - The DOH has completed road repairs on Low Gap in the Harts area and Bus 163 will be running the normal route.
about 1 year ago, Angie Urling
This is a reminder that Monday, February 20, is a professional learning day. Students will not report.
about 1 year ago, Angie Urling
LCS Update (7:47 PM) - All Duval PK-8 students have been transported home safely. Thank you to all staff, community members, and families for a safe delivery home.
about 1 year ago, Angie Urling
LCS Update ( 6:00 PM ) - LCS officials have determined it is now safe to transport Duval PK-8 students located at the board office. The estimated time for departure for the Duval PK-8 students will be approximately 6:45 p.m. We recommend Parents/Guardians be at the bus stop to receive your child. LCHS students living in the Duval attendance area will remain at the LCHS building until such time as the water recedes and school officials determine a safe level on Route 3 near the Hamlin Lions Club Field. Bus operators will remain on stand-by in the event that the water recedes and we can safely transport LCHS students who live in the Duval area and are still at LCHS. Once again, thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to make student safety our top priority.
about 1 year ago, Angie Urling
LCS Update (2:55 PM) LCS staff have been assessing roads and monitoring conditions and water levels are slowly receding. We are hopeful a safe window to transport students home will be available soon. Meal preparation plans for dinner are in progress. We will share updates as conditions change. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to focus on the safety of our students.
about 1 year ago, Angie Urling
LCS Update (7:45 AM) - Students rested well through the night. They have begun to get up and eat breakfast. LCS staff have already been assessing roads and monitoring conditions. We are hopeful a safe window to transport students home will be available soon. Meal preparation plans for lunch are in progress. We will share updates as conditions change. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we continue to focus on the safety of our students.
about 1 year ago, Angie Urling
LCS Update as of 11:42 PM - At this point, students are resting and tucked in for the night. We will no longer be looking for a window of opportunity to transport students home tonight. We will plan for students to remain at school through the night and will plan to feed students breakfast in the morning. If parents can make it to the school to pick up their child, staff will be manning the office. We will reassess the situation tomorrow morning and send updates.
about 1 year ago, Angie Urling
LCS Update as of 9:43 PM - LCS has secured the necessary supplies to house students overnight. We are proceeding as if this will be the case. Thank you to all our transportation staff, school staff, central office staff, and community members who have pitched in to keep our kids safe. We will continue to monitor the situation through the night until it is safe to transport students home. Student safety remains our top priority.
about 1 year ago, Angie Urling
LCS Update - 7:58 PM: We are beginning to prepare sleeping arrangements in the event that students and staff have to stay the night at school. School and central office staff members are providing supervision and support. We are coordinating with 911, local stores, nearby churches, and community members to gather supplies. Cots, blankets, and pillows are being secured. We continue to monitor the weather in hopes that a safe window arrives for us to transport students home. Bus operators will remain on standby through the evening and night. We appreciate your understanding and patience. Student safety continues to be our number one priority.
about 1 year ago, Angie Urling