Congratulations to our students in grades 10-12 advancing to Regional Math Field Day March 4 at WVU-Tech
8 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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Come visit us at school choice Saturday at Tamarack Convention Center from 11:00 am - 2:00 pm. We have free books to give away.
14 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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🎉🎉🏆🏆Congratulations to the following high school students who will compete in Regional Math Field Day March 4, 2023 at WVU-Tech
15 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆🏆Congratulations to Abigail Bird, Braden Wolfe, Christian Campbell, Levi Preast, and Jacob Harvey on winning the NRI attendance incentive of riding a fire truck to school🚨🚒🚨🚒🚨🚒🚨🚒🚨🚒🚨
16 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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All Fayette County Schools will dismiss 2 hours early on Friday January 13 due to predicted winter weather.
22 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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Congratulations to our Mathletes in grades 4-9 advancing to Regional Math Field Day on March 1, 2023
23 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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New River Primary Practices Healthy Habits The WV CARDIAC Project offers free health screenings and assessment for students enrolled in Kindergarten, 2nd, and 5th grades. A child’s height and weight will be measured and Body Mass Index (BMI) and BMI percentile will be calculated. A child’s neck will also be checked for Acanthosis Nigricans (AN), which is a skin condition that appears as a thickened, velvety mark on the neck that can be related to pre-diabetes. All screenings will be completed while adhering to U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), West Virginia University, and local health department guidelines for preventing the spread of COVID-19. Lee Anna Vermillion, Easton Treadway, Hunter Zink, and Mackenzie Wright from Mrs. Meadows’ 2nd grade class participated in the cardiac screening.
23 days ago, Fayette County Schools
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Merry Christmas from New River Intermediate. All I want for Christmas is you! Happy holidays from Fayette County Schools. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SBbvnaZo2sY
about 1 month ago, Fayette County Schools
New River Primary’s Student Support Team organized a Gingerbread Night on December 15, 2022 that consisted of different snacks and different activities for students to do with their families, such as build a gingerbread house, face painting, color a gingerbread ornament, build a marshmallow snowman, and make a gingerbread headband. There was also a special guest… Santa Clause! The night was a huge success, with over 250 participants! Those that attended were very pleased with the event, and made sure to thank the staff for planning the event. Even days following the event, parents and students were still talking about how much they enjoyed it.
about 1 month ago, Fayette County Schools
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“Can we do that again? I loved it!” Korie Shuff echoed the sentiments of the NRP students and parents who attended WVU’s Night of Code. Utilizing Microsoft’s Make.Code in Minecraft Education Edition, students programmed their agent to destroy fire hazards and navigate mazes as they completed the challenges focused on fire prevention. Many families left that evening with information on how turn their child’s gaming experiences into educational ones.
about 2 months ago, Fayette County Schools
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NRI Student Council in the Oak Hill and Mt. Hope Parades. NRI won 1st place in the float category for Mt. Hope parade.
about 2 months ago, Fayette County Schools
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New River Primary Pre-K students participated in the annual City of Oak Hill Christmas Parade on Saturday, December 10, 2022. Students from both, Ms. Kara Evans and Ms. Faith Cooper’s classrooms attended, along with their parents and families.
about 2 months ago, Fayette County Schools
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The Pre-K elf at Divide Elementary gave the students lights and batteries. The students were challenged to figure out how to light up the strand of Christmas lights.
about 2 months ago, Fayette County Schools
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Plateau Medical Center invited New River Primary to make ornaments for their Christmas tree to be displayed on their Christmas tree in their main lobby at the hospital. They requested that the ornaments be paper ornaments or other type of ornaments. They also requested for teachers to not go out and buy supplies, but to let the students spark their creativity from items they already had on hand! This was a great opportunity for our school to collaborate with another community agency to spread some holiday cheer! Every classroom at New River Primary made ornaments, but those featured in the pictures include ornaments made by students from Ms. Nevi, Mrs. Angelona and Mrs. Fritz’s classrooms.
about 2 months ago, Fayette County Schools
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New River Primary Administrators, Lee Jones and Marsha Bishop, had a surprise Appreciation Day for our Outside Duty Workers. These employees are outside directing traffic, getting students on and off busses, and assisting car riders every day no matter the weather! We appreciate all that they do to keep the students of New River Primary safe. With much appreciation to McDonalds of Oak Hill for providing the sausage biscuits, Duncan Donuts of Fayetteville for providing coffee, and Starbucks for providing coffee!
2 months ago, Fayette County Schools
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New River Primary Administrators, Lee Jones and Marsha Bishop, had a surprise Appreciation Day for our Outside Duty Workers. These employees are outside directing traffic, getting students on and off busses, and assisting car riders every day no matter the weather! We appreciate all that they do to keep the students of New River Primary safe. With much appreciation to McDonalds of Oak Hill for providing the sausage biscuits, Duncan Donuts of Fayetteville for providing coffee, and Starbucks for providing coffee!
2 months ago, Fayette County Schools
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The OHMS select band participated in a competition at Marshall University on Friday. Congratulations students and Mr. Crawford.
2 months ago, Fayette County Schools
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Fayette County Schools are proud to present our first class of Harless fellows who have completed elementary math credentialing. Thanks Marshall University Harless center for the fantastic collaboration.
3 months ago, Fayette County Schools
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Fayette County Gifted Program Visits Glenville State University and Learns about Brain Development Middle and High School students from the Fayette County Gifted Program toured Glenville State University on October 27, 2022. While there, Professor Katelyn Ensor, specializing in Cognitive Science, lectured students on brain development. Fayette County launched a pilot program for middle school gifted students last year. All gifted students from across the county are bussed to Oak Hill Middle School where they study Problem Based Learning units that involve critical and creative thinking and help solve real world problems. This year students have been studying brain development. Topics covered include metacognition, schema, moral decision making, and problem solving. Mrs. Ensor’s lecture helped to deepen student understanding and give them more ideas to incorporate in their projects. Students were able to learn about college life, academics, admission costs, and begin thinking about their futures. Ava Queen and Holly Jones from Oak Hill Middle School, as well as Dean Ryan from Meadow Bridge High School, volunteered to complete a problem-solving activity during the presentation.
3 months ago, Fayette County Schools
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New River Primary serving locally sourced chicken for lunch. #farmtotable
3 months ago, Fayette County Schools
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