UPDATED JULY 2013 -- Pendleton County High School once again ranked with the best high schools in West Virginia in US News and World Report. Only 27 out of 128 high schools were recognized and Pendleton is one of the 27! CLICK HERE!
PCHS Graduate Jonathan Kimble Named WVU Mountaineer Mascot Again for 2013-2014!
Check out the WV Department of Education's Parents 21 site for grade-appropriate enrichment materials. Games, video, and more.READ
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New WV Laws Affect Teens' Driving Status
New laws that recently
were enacted by the West Virginia Legislature will affect how
teens prepare, acquire, and maintain their driving status prior
to the age of 18. Pendleton County Board of Education Policy
S.6.19 - School Attendance and Satisfactory Academic Progress
as Conditions of Licensing for Privilege of Operation of Motor
Vehicle and West Virginia Code 17B-2-3 and 172-5 further
explain the provisions in detail. READ
Pendleton County Schools implement "SchoolMessenger"
Pendleton County Schools is
partnering with SchoolMessenger to provide notification to
parents via phone messaging of upcoming events, student attendance,
tardiness, parental outreach, and emergency broadcasts. "We
are pleased to have another avenue to use to inform parents
and guardians of our students," Superintendent Doug Lambert
" Global21 helps
educators make the shift from traditional teacher-centered lessons
to student-centered learning activities. By helping students
fine-tune their performance skills and cement their core subject
knowledge, we will ensure the next generation of West Virginians
will be among the best educated, best skilled and the best trained
in the world." Dr. Steven L. Paine, Superintendent
of Schools READ
Asbestos Management Plan UPDATED
22, 1986, President Reagan signed into law the Hazard Emergency
Response Act (AHERA). It required the Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) to issue regulations requiring all private and
public elementary and secondary schools to be inspected for
asbestos. READ MORE
Activities Take Focus off Food
"We live in a different
day and age when we have to be more concerned about the food
served to children at school," said Pendleton County Superintendent
Doug Lambert. "Not only must we be concerned with childhood
obesity, food allergies and food recalls are now common occurrences."
is ranked #2 in the state for public health.
The Robert Wood Johnson survey of public health - The Foundation
focuses on pressing health and health care issues facing our
country. Click Here
PARENT AWARENESS PROGRAM
A group of educators and law enforcement join together to
raise awareness of Internet safety throughout the schools
and the community. CLICK HERE
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