Welcome to the Student Care Corner

Sicknesses & germs are everywhere, so we created this corner to show we care!

Pendleton County Schools promotes healthy habits to ensure students have a safe & comfortable learning experience in our schools. We pride ourselves in being proactive against germs and sicknesses like the flu. We always aim for a healthy school year, so we have put together resources for students & their families with the help of other organizations, including the World Health Organization.

COVID Weekly Update

Revised Mask Guidance-Effective February 18, 2022


Click on the logo for a direct link to WV DHHR COVID Information

February 7 Memo-COVID Update

WVDE and Pendleton County COVID Guidelines

COVID Updates 8/23/2021

Letter from the Health Department recommending masks as of 8/23/2021.

Letter from Mr. Hedrick on masks 8/23/2021


Read important document regarding school closure

due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) & access all details.

We will be replacing the following downloads as information is updated,

so please check back frequently.

Information Updates

Information Updates

Pendleton County Schools will be updating this section regularly to keep you in the loop regarding school re-entry plans & other updates as we approach our learning year through this pandemic. 

A Parent Resource

Talking to Children About COVID-19
(Coronavirus) • A Parent Resource

Presented by NASP: National Association of School Psychologists & NASN: National Association of School Nurses

Download Resource


The West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) is working closely with the Office of Governor Jim Justice, the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, and other state agencies and organizations to ensure counties and schools have the latest information regarding Coronavirus Disease 19 (COVID-19).



Protect your family from those nasty germs!

Influenza (also known as flu) is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses that infect the nose,
throat and lungs. Flu is different from a cold, and usually comes on suddenly. Schools are a common place to pick up these germs, so it is important to take precautionary steps to prevent it!

Download the Parents' Guide for the Flu presented by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


2019-2020 School Year K12 Student Insurance

"Kids will be kids," and that's why Health Special Risk (HSR), Inc. offers a variety of accident plans & options that you can choose from that include: 24-hour coverage, at school, extended dental & football. Enroll online today & see what plans your school offers!

Enrollment Instructions

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