Cameron High School Career & College Fair Held

aerial view of tables and perople walking around the Cameron High School gymnasium at the fair.

The 7th annual Cameron High School College and Career Fair took place Thursday in the school’s gymnasium. There were nearly 35 vendors at the event including representatives from colleges and universities, the Military, trades and businesses. Several post-secondary institutions were represented such as West Liberty University, West Virginia Northern Community College, Wheeling University and Bethany…

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USS Indianapolis Presentation at CHS

Pictured from left: Kenzie Scott, Jim Belcher and Avery Ruza.

Cameron Middle School eighth graders just completed the novel “Left for Dead” in Kasey Connor’s reading classes. The novel tells the true story of the USS Indianapolis, a World War II heavy cruiser that was responsible for delivering the bomb later dropped on Hiroshima. After dropping off its cargo and in route to its next…

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March Marks 38th Music In Our Schools Month

The Marshall County Schools Music educators are pictured with Dr. Haines.

During the month of March, music educators and music students are celebrating music education in their school communities by observing Music In Our Schools Month (MIOSM). This year’s theme is “Music Is All of Us.” National Association for Music Education (NAfME) recognizes March as the thirty-eighth annual Music In Our Schools Month. Since 1985, MIOSM…

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SchoolCash Comes to Marshall County Schools

Screenshot of the Marshall County Schools homepage on SchoolCash Online at

To be in compliance with West Virginia Senate Bill 280, Marshall County Schools has introduced a new way to pay for field trips, yearbooks, athletic fees and more. SchoolCash Online gives parents and guardians an option to make electronic payments for school-related fees. This service is a safe, simple and secure web-based program used to…

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Marshall County Social Studies Fair Held

Pictured are the students who scored a 100% on their Social Studies project. Front row from left: Trace Hunter, Ella Allender and Gavin Pickett. Back row from left: Addy Gast, Kyla Stricklin, Chloe Pickett, Ella Finley, Sarah Hess and Zoe Zervos.

The 12th annual Marshall County Schools Social Studies Fair took place on Friday at Cameron High School.  Students in third through eighth grade from Cameron Elementary, Center McMechen Elementary, Glen Dale Elementary, Hilltop Elementary, Sand Hill Elementary, Sherrard Middle School and Cameron High School competed in two divisions, each featuring nine different categories.  There were…

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2023 Young Writers Contest Winners Announced

a blue cartoon book with red lines and pencil with the Marshall County Schools logo in the bottom right-hand corner. 2023 Young Writers Contest is written in blue.

The 2023 Marshall County Young Writers Contest winners list has been released. Each of the original stories will be printed in the 2023 Marshall County Young Writers Anthology. The student authors will read their one-of-a-kind narratives during the annual Young Writers Tea on Wednesday, March 8, 2023, at John Marshall High School. The stories of…

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CHS CTE Student of the Quarter

Pictured from left: Plant Systems teacher Donald Poage and CHS CTE Student of the Quarter Kolten Wendt.

The Career & Technical Education Student of the Quarter at Cameron High School is senior Kolten Wendt. He is enrolled in the Plant Systems program.  Kolten is currently an active member in the following school organizations: FFA and National Technical Honor Society. He has earned multiple Dragon awards, has lettered in academics and placed 7th on the…

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Marshall County Schools Observes National School Counseling Week

The 15 school counselors met at the Marshall County Schools Board of Education office for the proclamation signing. Seated, from left: John Marshall High School Counselor Mika Ward, Sherrard Middle School Counselor Courtney Wheeling, JMHS Counselor Mia Angalich, Marshall County Schools Student Services Director Casey Storm, JMHS Counselor Angela Curran, and JMHS Counselor Melanie Knutsen. Standing, from left: Hilltop Elementary School Counselor Shelly Behm, Cameron Elementary School Counselor Rachel Ciccone, Sand Hill Elementary School Counselor Claire Juszczak, Cameron High School Counselor Kelly Pettit, Moundsville Middle School Counselor Abby Aston, Central Elementary School Counselor Jenna Dompa, Glen Dale Elementary / Washington Lands Elementary School Counselor Amy Tucker, McNinch Primary School Counselor Jennifer Pickett and Center McMechen Elementary School Counselor Jennifer Wharton

National School Counseling Week 2023, “School Counselors: Helping Students Dream Big,” sponsored by the American School Counselor Association (ASCA), will be celebrated in Marshall County from February 6–10, 2023, to focus public attention on the unique contribution of school counselors within U.S. school systems and how students are different as a result of what school…

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CHS Students Build Life-sized Nutcrackers for City

Group picture of students with life-sized nutcracker dolls.

Hattie DeBolt’s Science of Agriculture classes gifted the City of Cameron with six life-sized nutcracker dolls. The dolls were designed, constructed and presented by the students enrolled in the CTE (Career & Technical Education) class at Cameron High School. Cameron City Clerk Nichole Bryan joined the students to receive this gift. Doll designs include a…

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CHS CTE Student of the Quarter

Pictured from left: CHS CTE Student of the Quarter Bella Iafrate and Business/Management and Administration Support teacher Amy Stern.

The Career & Technical Education Student of the Quarter at Cameron High School is senior Bella Iafrate. She is a student in the Business/Management and Administration Support program.  Bella is currently an active member in the following school organizations: Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) where she serves as president, Drug Free Club, Advanced Placement (AP) Government and…

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