WCTC FFA Greenhouse will be open Monday-Thursday 1:00 -3:30 and Saturday, April 30 and May 7th, 9-noon.
Prices: Hanging Baskets - $10 (Wave Petunias)
4 Packs: $2.00
Herb Pots: $8 - $4 (going fast)
Veggies: Quantities are limited: Hot Jalapenos, Cherry Tomatoes, Roma Tomatoes, Mr. Stripey toms, Beefsteak toms, Golden Jubilee toms, Rutgers toms.
Flowers: Hypoestas, Celosia, Marigolds, Coleus, Dianthus, Gerbera Daisy, Wave Petunia, Zinnias, Snap Dragons, Vinca, Verbena, Geraniums
Wood County Schools is hiring! We currently have 20 professional positions open, five support service positions open and up to 60 summer learning positions open. Apply today! https://woodcountyschoolswv.com/careers
Wood County Schools: Distribution of Wi-Fi hotspots to qualifying families will end at 3 p.m. April 15. Information on end-of-year collection of hotspots will be released in the coming weeks. All hotspots must be returned by the end of the 2021-22 school year.
Summer School Registration Begins Monday, March 28! Register your child at woodcountyschoolswv.com/summer2022.
Congratulations to Philip Richmond, Kyle Koch, Braxton Leisure, and Michael Meyer who have qualified for the finals of the West Virginia Bridge Design & Build Contest. They will compete and represent the Tech Center PLTW program virtually on March 26.
Wi-Fi Hotspot Distribution: Qualifying elementary, middle, and high families: Hotspots are available to families who indicated a need on a district survey in September OR for families currently without any or unreliable internet access.
Pickup at MIS Department at 1600 Beverly Street (near PSHS Campus). Questions? Call 304.420.9510 x0.
ALERT! WVUP ATC and Caperton buildings closed due to power outage. WVUP main campus does has power. WVUP main campus is OPEN. Caperton building is CLOSED.
NEW LOCATION! The Wood County Schools' Social Studies Fair on Saturday, February 19th, will now take place at Williamstown High School. Registration begins at 9:00 a.m. Judging is from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Public viewing begins at 5:00 p.m. Awards will begin at 6:00 p.m.
Based upon our internet access survey this past September, Wood County Schools has secured Wi-Fi hotspots for those who have a need and have no or unreliable internet. If you have a child who attends any Wood County Schools’ high school or middle school, you may pick up a Wi-Fi hotspot at our Management Information Systems building located adjacent to Parkersburg South High School. The address is 1600 Beverly Street. A map can be found on the Wood County Schools’ website. Pickup dates are tomorrow, Friday and Monday from eight to four. It is not necessary to call ahead. Hotspots for elementary students, who have a need and have no or unreliable internet, will be available soon. Information will be forthcoming.
Due to inclement weather, the county social studies fair has been rescheduled to Saturday, February 19.
Tonight, the Wood County Board of Education voted to require face coverings for all students and staff while indoors and on buses beginning tomorrow, August 31, 2021.
Please read the article and guidelines at https://tinyurl.com/ye3dqy72
Good evening. Tomorrow brings much anticipation with the start of a new school year. I am so excited to see our students and employees back in our buildings as we work together to become the # 1 school district in the state of West Virginia. We are so fortunate to have a wonderful community of parents and guardians that understand the importance of a first-class education and are willing to go above and beyond to ensure the success of our students and schools. However, we know there is a lot of work to complete.
This summer, WCS has equipped schools with essential personnel for targeted intervention, created a STEAM Academy for middle school students, and continued to upgrade our facilities to provide the most conducive environments possible in our schools. We are very excited to see the new school year begin.
I encourage each of you to review our re-entry guidance document located on our webpage at https://tinyurl.com/yhq2qwgb
. As you know, directives can change quickly with little notice. I will do my best to communicate changes to you as directives are received. I encourage all parents and students to follow the recommendations in the guidance document including, but not limited to - wearing a mask, staying socially distanced, and practicing good, hand-washing hygiene.
As always, I ask for your patience on the first day of school. There are many moving parts that we will continually perfect throughout the year. Once again, thank you for your support and encouragement as we start another exciting school year.
Thank you for all you do and have a wonderful evening.
Good evening. We invite you to contribute to our ARP/ESSER plan by providing input to the ideas generated in spending funds provided by the American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary Schools Emergency Relief (ARP ESSER), targeting K-12 education. Your input will guide our plan to meet the needs of our students, staff, and community which will be presented to the West Virginia Dept. of Education on July 19. Your input is vitally important. To provide input, please click the following link or visit our website. Thank you. https://tinyurl.com/yfs5cvgh
With the 2020-21 school year wrapping up, I would just like to say “Thank You!”
Thank you to everyone: Students, parents, teachers, staff and community members. Thank you to everyone who has helped others get through this often challenging and frustrating year, and thank you to everyone for your patience and resilience.
Even as we head into summer break, Wood County Schools is hard at work finalizing preparations for our summer programs which are set to begin later this month. These eight programs are unlike anything we have offered before and are sure to be engaging and fun for students at all grade levels. More than 1,500 students are enrolled and more than 200 teachers and staff have been hired to help make these programs a success. Wood County Schools’ summer offerings have been called a model for the state, and we intend to show everyone why we deserve to be called the best school system in West Virginia.
I want everyone to have a wonderful summer and a well-earned break. Most importantly, though, I want everyone ready for this fall. Throughout all of our challenges, we have learned and we have grown, and it is time for us to put that hard-earned knowledge to work for our students. We want to provide all of our kids with the best possible opportunities in first-class facilities staffed by top-level teachers and caring adults.
So as we say goodbye to the 2020-21 school year, let us look forward to the wonderful things we can accomplish together in the months and years ahead.
Thank you everyone, and have a great summer!
Exciting news from Wood County Schools! Off Campus Learning Options are now available for the fall. Learn more at woodcountyschoolswv.com.
As part of Teacher Appreciation Week, I want to take a moment to personally say ‘Thank You’ to all of Wood County Schools’ selfless and dedicated educators.
This has been one of the most challenging school years in recent history. Our teachers have not only endured nearly impossible tasks but have risen to the challenge and have continued to place our students first. Our teachers and personnel have dedicated countless hours keeping students engaged, providing support and care to families, and giving our children a beacon of normalcy in an often turbulent and uncertain world. The work you do each day is more appreciated than you will ever know.
Wood County Schools is blessed to have so many caring and dedicated teachers, and I want all of you to know: We see what you are doing and what you have done, and we are thankful you are here.
Thank you for making a difference!