Third Nine Weeks
Morgan County Schools has launched their new website, which has a scrolling slideshow of school photos, a drop-down menu bar and extensive central office department information.
Around 55 Paw Paw High School students and chaperones attended a private March 23 premiere of the movie the “Hunger Games” at The Alamo dinner theater in Winchester.
Warm Springs Middle School students in art teacher Rachel Brown-Wilson’s classes have been busy making art projects for the school and community.
Eight Warm Springs Middle School eighth graders are making a difference by presenting the results of a local cyber-bullying survey to middle school students with guidance counselor Kristina Maslowski.
The Morgan County School Board unanimously decided against a proposed 100% special levy rate which they had considered
The Morgan County School Board discussed what to do in the face of a $350,856 budget deficit at a work session last Thursday.
Twenty-eight Morgan County students, grades four-12,
A Berkeley Springs High School Bullying Prevention Task Force is making a difference by combating bullying in the school. Five students are each working on different bullying prevention projects.
Once again this spring, the Friends of the Morgan County Public Library are offering two $1,000 scholarship