Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Wednesday, July 10, 2019

CHARLESTON — Wayne High School teacher Alex Amorim has been announced as one of six finalists for the 2020 West Virginia Teacher of the Year, according to a recent release from the WV Department of Education.

Wednesday, July 03, 2019

The Wayne County News

FORT GAY - Tolsia High School 2019 high honors and summa cum laude graduate Maegan (Maggie) Ellison is the recipient of this year's FGHS Memorial Scholarship to Marshall University, awarded by the Fort Gay High School Alumni Association. In her time at Tolsia, Maggie completed four AP courses along with five college courses. She plans to major in biochemistry at Marshall, and then to attend medical school to become a primary care pediatrician. She is the daughter of Ellen and Barney Newhouse of Fort Gay.

Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Wednesday, May 29, 2019

HUNTINGTON - Career and technical education programs have risen tremendously in popularity in recent years. As part of that curriculum, simulated workplace classrooms give students the chance to operate much as they would in the real world.

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Wayne County News

FORT GAY, W. Va. - Crum PK-8 was recently the scene for the Fuel Up to Play 60 program. The program is a leading national in-school health and wellness program launched by the National Football League and the National Dairy Council. Its primary focus is to help schools meet their wellness goals and encourage youth to consume nutrient rich foods and achieve at least 60 minutes of physical activity each day.

Wednesday, May 08, 2019

HUNTINGTON - Due to rising temperatures and the ongoing roof and HVAC system replacement at Spring Valley High School, students and staff were dismissed about two hours early on Thursday afternoon, and will continue the possibility to be let lose early.

The Wayne County News

CHARLESTON - On Friday, May 3, 223 eighth-graders from across the state received recognition as Knights and Ladies of the Golden Horseshoe. This recognition honors students earning the highest achievement in knowledge of West Virginia history and culture.

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

WAYNE - In a recent meeting, the Wayne County Board of Education passed reduction-in-force and transfers for 86 county professional and service employees, citing reduced enrollment numbers as a major factor in number and location of cuts.

The Herald-Dispatch

HUNTINGTON - Marshall University's W. Page Pitt School of Journalism and Mass Communications has been selected by the Dow Jones News Fund as one of 10 programs nationally to participate in a summer high school workshop with a health and wellness theme.

The Wayne County News

INSTITUTE - West Virginia State University (WVSU), as part of the NASA West Virginia Space Grant Consortium, will host a High Altitude Balloon-Sat Camp for high school students June 10-14 on the University's Institute campus.

The Wayne County News

CHARLESTON - The West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History (WVDACH) will host its tenth annual State History Bowl Championship on Tuesday, April 30, at the Culture Center, State Capitol Complex in Charleston. Twenty-four teams of eighth graders from 14 schools in 12 counties will vie for the championship title, including two teams from Waybe Middle School.

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

The Wayne County News

HUNTINGTON - Marshall University School of Pharmacy students created a board game that will educate elementary-aged students about medication safety. Prescription SAFETY Playland, a game similar to Candyland, will soon be in all elementary schools in Cabell and Wayne counties.

Wednesday, April 10, 2019

WAYNE - Wayne High School student Gunner Daniels is no stranger to the annual Skills USA West Virginia State Leadership and Skills Conference.