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    Board Meeting Announcement

    Cabell County Schools’ Board of Education will conduct its Regular Board Meeting, Tuesday, July 16, 2024, beginning at 5:30 PM. The Cabell County Schools' Board of Education will also meet to conduct a Special Board Meeting Work Session Monday, July 15, 2024, at 3:30 PM. Both agendas will be available on the Cabell County Schools website, on the “Board of Education” page under the “Our District” heading. Both meetings are open to the public.

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    CABELL-HUNTINGTON HEALTH DEPARTMENT TO OFFER SUMMER EVENING VACCINE CLINICS

    The Cabell-Huntington Health Department will be conducting a series of evening vaccine clinics this summer. The dates are June 3, July 1, August 5, and September 9. The clinics will take place from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM at the department, located at 703 7th Avenue. No appointment is necessary. All childhood vaccines will be available for children who are uninsured, underinsured, or covered under Medicaid or CHIP. Adult and travel vaccines will also be available.

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    The MU Cabell Commitment announcement held at HHS this morning was a game-changer! 💚🤍

    Marshall University President, Brad Smith, and his amazing wife Alys made a surprise visit to Huntington High School to announce something incredible. Starting now, any Cabell County School District graduating senior with a GPA of 2.5 or higher will automatically be accepted into Marshall University, no application needed!

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    Huntington Middle Golden Eagles Soared to Victory and are Crowned Champions in County Novel Knock Out Competition

    Congratulations to the winners of the first annual Cabell County Novel Knock Out Competition! Students from various schools competed in thrilling battles, showcasing their knowledge and love for reading. They had to read three books and put their skills to the test at the county level.

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    Cabell County Schools Assessment Update

    Update from Gina Barnett, Cabell County School Improvement Supervisor/County Assessment Coordinator. The assessment season is in full swing, and we wanted to keep you informed about the upcoming assessments for our students.

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    Huntington East Middle School Wins County MATHia Challenge!

    The MATHia Challenge, a monthly event in our middle schools, recognizes exceptional growth in our math classrooms by awarding a Traveling Trophy to the students and teachers with the highest Syllabus growth and APLSE score each month. For February’s MATHia Challenge, the outstanding achievers were Teri Booten from Huntington Middle School 6th Grade, Meredith Withrow from Barboursville Middle 8th Grade, Taneisha Sturdavent from Huntington East 6th Grade and Caroline Kinder from Milton Middle 8th Grade. Taneisha Sturdavent, 6th Grade teacher at Huntington East Middle, and her students secured the esteemed County MATHia Trophy, reserved for the teacher and students exhibiting the most significant Syllabus Growth and APLSE score. Congratulations to all the winners for their remarkable achievements!

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    Milton Middle School Wins County Career Literacy Achieve3000 Competition!

    Career Literacy students continue to impress with their efforts on Achieve3000. The teachers with the most growth in Lexile last month and winners of the traveling trophy are Cassandra Hall (6th, Milton Middle School), David Watson (8th, Barboursville Middle School), Kerri Vannatter (6th, Huntington East Middle School), and Amy Johnson (8th, Huntington Middle School). The students with the most Lexile growth in the County earned the County Championship for the month of February...Cassandra Hall’s 6th graders! Congratulations!

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    Board Receives Updates on District Budget

    Huntington, Monday, February 26, 2024 - The board members of the school district convened for a special meeting to discuss the budget for the upcoming 2024-2025 school year. This meeting marked the second of four budget work sessions aimed at providing the board with crucial information regarding the district's financial plan.

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    West Virginia Supreme Court rules on public library and park board funding through school excess levy

    This decision, which supports Cabell County Schools, underscores a pivotal point: that mandating school district excess levies to finance entities beyond the public school framework is unconstitutional.

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    Playground Investments Approved

    School Board Approves Investment in New Playground Construction and Renovation. As part of our ongoing commitment to providing safe and enriching environments for our students, the Cabell County School District has approved the allocation of funds for the construction of new playgrounds at three new elementary schools slated to open over the next year and the significant renovation of Southside Elementary's playground this school year.

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    District Operations and Support Update: Progress Across Cabell County Schools

    In the latest developments within the district, significant progress has been made in various construction projects across Altizer Elementary, Meadows Elementary, Davis Creek Elementary, Milton Elementary, and the Woody Williams Center for Advanced Learning and Careers.

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    Save the Date: Pre-K Registration & Kindergarten Enrollment, March 1, 2024

    Save the Date - We are pleased to announce that Pre-K Registration and Kindergarten Enrollment for the upcoming school year will be taking place on March 1, 2024!

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    Cabell County Schools releases updated Assessment Calendar for Spring 2024

    In an effort to promote transparency and effective planning, Cabell County Schools has released the Updated Assessment Calendar for the 2024 Spring Semester.

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    District Operations and Support Update

    In the District Operations and Support update, here are the highlights of the ongoing projects:

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    2023 - 2024 School Closing Codes

    Cabell County Schools utilizes a color code system for announcing school closings, delays, or remote learning NTID days. The following are the closing codes for the 2023-2024 school year:

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    Technology & Information Systems Update

    The Cabell County Board of Education recently held a Special Meeting - Board Work Session to discuss the progress and plans for Technology & Information Systems. Jason Jackson, the Director of Technology, presented key priorities aimed at preparing students for college and career success.

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    Now Enrolling Medical Assisting at CCCTC

    Enroll in the Medical Assisting Program at CCCTC. For more information, please call CCCTC at 304-528-5108.

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    CVLA Enrollment Now Open!

    Cabell Virtual Learning Academy (CVLA) enrollment for Spring 2024 is now open. For more information, please contact Joe Thacker, Coordinator of Virtual Learning, by email at joe.thacker@k12.wv.us or by calling 304-528-5098.

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    Nominate someone for the Superintendent’s Superhero Award.

    Who will be Our Next SUPERHERO?

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    Official Statement Regarding Cabell County Schools Excess Levy Planning 

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