Preston County Schools will operate on a 2-hour delay for tomorrow, Monday, December 11th. Maintenance, mechanics, & custodians report on a regular schedule, & all other students & staff will report on a 2-hour delay. The data meeting at Aurora will be postponed and the meeting time for the Terra Alta meeting will be shifted to 11 AM.
Fellowsville Elementary School Testing Incentive Program winners for the Fall 2023 are: Elayna Jenkins, Delsie Funk, Kendell Bolyard, Tama Kosik, William Swearingen, and the grand prize winner for the gift certificate to our generous donor the Wow Factory in Morgantown was JJ Uphold. These students demonstrated outstanding testing behaviors and motivation during the most recent iReady diagnostic test. We are so proud of all of our students! Keep up the good work!
Good evening. The alternate winter bus route schedules are now posted on the Preston County Schools Website under menu, parents/students, and transportation. A direct link is https://5il.co/29tpu. Thank you.
Preston County Schools will operate on a 2-hour delay for tomorrow, Wednesday November 29, 2023. Maintenance, mechanics, & custodians report on a regular schedule, & all other students & staff will report on a 2-hour delay.
Preston County Schools will be closed for today, Tuesday, November 28th. Maintenance, Mechanics, and 240-day custodians report on schedule. All additional 240-day+ employees may report on a 2-hour delay. All other employees and students do not report, and all scheduled extra-curricular activities are cancelled.
Preston County Schools will operate on a 2-hour delay for today, Tuesday, November 28th. Maintenance, mechanics, & custodians report on a regular schedule, & all other students & staff will report on a 2-hour delay.
Hello Preston County Families! We have already made it through quarter 1! Your students (all grade levels) should receive their first report cards this week. Students in grades K-4 are also receiving information about a survey for families. Your opinions are valuable to us! Please take a few minutes to provide feedback about K-4 report cards. Guardians of K-4 students can complete the form on paper or click the link below to complete it digitally. The survey will be open until November 8. Thank you for your help! To complete the digital form go to https://forms.office.com/r/KKbVb5fmLY
Good evening. This is a reminder there is no school for students tomorrow, Friday, October 27th as it is a teacher training day. Thank you.
Preston County Schools (PCS) would like to thank the following generous donors for contributing prizes to the positive testing incentive program: Affordable Signs Unlimited (Reedsville), Cupcake Me Home Bakery & Cafe (Bruceton Mills), Melanie's Family Restaurant (Aurora), TigerFly Soap Co (Cranesville), Paint Your Heart Out (Kelli Emfinger of Volga, WV), and Old School Pizzeria (Reedsville). If your business is interested in showing support and investing in the education of Preston County students, please contact Lryan@k12.wv.us (Lynnette Ryan, County Testing Coordinator). We love our local small businesses! Thank you!
Have you checked out the latest news stories at prestoncountyschools.com (main page under News)? Book mark the website and check back often for news from Preston County Schools or visit us on social media - Facebook & X (Twitter) and coming soon - Instagram.
The Preston County Schools Levy Committee is seeking feedback for a possible levy proposal in May 2024. The committee would appreciate community input & response on the following survey https://forms.office.com/r/YuQdsZg8Db to help guide development of the potential levy call.
October9-13 is National School Lunch Week; the theme is "Level Up with School Lunch." Featured items will include: Minecraft Meatball Sub, FryGuy Fries, Guaco Walking Taco, Pac-Man Pizza, Donkey Kong Bananas, Yeti in my Spaghetti, Kirby Cheeseburger, and Princess Peach.
To help ensure the national alert and warning system is ready to provide timely, accurate information during the next disaster, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will conduct a nationwide test at approximately 2:20 PM on Wednesday, October 4. This 1-minute test alert sent to TVs, radios and smartphones is similar to the weekly or monthly testing that happens on a local and regional level. The message that appears on phones will read: “THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is needed.” No action is required by the public. This alert is simply a test of a robust readiness system should a nationwide alert be necessary in the future. All Preston County Schools have been advised of this test and are notifying students and staff in advance of the test this afternoon.
Good afternoon Preston County. This is a reminder that all Preston County Schools will be dismissed two hours early today, Thursday, September 28th and closed tomorrow, Friday, September 29th so that students and staff may take part in the Buckwheat Festival activities. We will see everyone back in school on Monday, October 2nd. Have a wonderful, fun-filled festival weekend.
Preston County Schools would like to thank and recognize all of our school service employees in honor of WV School Service Personnel Day (9/22/23)!!! Our service employees are vital to the operation of our schools and as I stated in my opening day speech, I wish to thank our bus drivers who provide a smiling face and needed transportation for our students to and from school, our mechanics who work to ensure that our buses are safe for travel, our cooks who prepare nutritious breakfasts and lunches that are sometimes the only meals some of our student see each day, our aides who sometimes ride our buses to ensure safe travels by our students and who provide needed classroom help to our students and our teachers, our secretaries who help to provide for the smooth and efficient operation of our schools, and our custodians and maintenance workers who help to provide a clean environment in our schools and make needed repairs within our buildings and grounds. Thanks again to all of our service personnel employees!!!!
Preston County Schools is pleased to inform you that students (currently in grades 4 - 9 and grade 12) who took the West Virginia General Summative Assessment or the SAT School Day Assessment in the spring of 2023 have received an email in their K12 student email account containing a link to an individual student video score report. Please have your student check his or her student email account for the link. Simply click on the link and enter your student’s date of birth to access the video score report customized specifically for your student and be sure to check out the links to resources that are also provided. Additionally, students will bring home the West Virginia General Summative Assessment or SAT School Day Assessment paper copy of the report today, Friday, September 8th. This is the same information that is accessible online in the video report and the new parent portal. In addition, your student will also receive a second email with a link to the new West Virginia Department of Education Assessment Family Portal. Included with the link is a unique parent access code for your student as well as directions for accessing the family portal. If you have any difficulty accessing the online report or do not receive your paper copy, please contact your student’s school for assistance. The Preston County Schools website also has additional resources available regarding the assessments. You will find this information at prestoncountyschools.com > Menu > Parent/Student > Assessment. And finally, Preston County Schools wants to thank all our students and teachers for their hard work on the state assessments this past spring!
Preston County Schools will be hosting a meeting for individuals interested in assisting with the promotion of an excess levy to be possibly run in May of 2024. The meeting is scheduled on Wednesday, August 30, 2023 at 6:00 PM at the Preston County BOE offices. All interested citizens may attend. Please contact Mr. Brad Martin with any questions at (304) 329-0580 ext. 225.
Students in PreK and Kindergarten Group 1 will begin school Monday, August 28. If you need information on your child's group, please contact your school. All Preston County students in grades 1 - 12 will begin their regular, daily schedule on Monday, August 28.
All Preston County School students in grades 1 - 12 will attend school tomorrow, Thursday, August 24. There will be no school on Friday, August 25. PreK and K will start next week. Reminders calls will go out the evening before.
Preston County Schools welcomes back grades 1, 3, 6, & 9 tomorrow, Wednesday, August 23. There will no students at Rowlesburg. This group of students will have their 2nd day on Thursday, August 24. The staggered start schedule is available online.