Dear Parents and Caregivers, Save the Children has an opportunity for children and families in Calhoun County! We offer weekly Parent Child Groups at Pleasant Hill Elementary School, Arnoldsburg Elementary School and 2 other sites throughout the county. The focus of these groups will be Kindergarten Readiness Skills for children 3 to 5 years old, but all younger siblings are also welcomed to attend. Snacks will also be provided! One lucky parent/caregiver will win a small door prize. During the weekly Parent Child Groups, we will be exploring the following Language, Literacy and Math Kindergarten Readiness skill areas: Knowing about the alphabet, books and print; talking and listening; understanding words and sounds; numbers, counting, patterns, sorting and classification; comparison, measurement and geometry. These are all critical skills that your child needs in order to be prepared for Preschool and Kindergarten. I look forward to meeting you and helping prepare your child for school success! Groups held this week will be at: Calhoun FRN on 12/6/22 from 11 to 12 Upper West Fork Park on 12/7/22 from 1 to 2 If you have any questions, please contact Debra Smith at Pleasant Hill Elementary School at 304-354-6022 or Arnoldsburg Elementary School 304-655-8616, or email d.smith@k12.wv.us.
1 day ago, PHE/AES-KRA
December Student Services Newsletter
4 days ago, Jeannie Bennett-Yoak
Dec Newsletter
We would like to invite everyone to come join us at the Calhoun Middle/High School on December 20th from 4pm-6pm in the commons area for some Christmas magic. Bring your little or big ones to come see Santa and tell him what they would like this year for Christmas. Make sure to wear your comfiest pajamas and bring an empty belly so that you can thoroughly enjoy some pancakes, crepes and hot chocolate. Enjoy some live music, while decorating an ornament for your tree. We will also be handing out books, basic needs supplies and have vendors set up as well. We look forward to seeing everyone with smiling faces and spreading Christmas cheer. Sponsored by Calhoun County Schools, Save the Children (Early Steps and VROOM), Communities In School, 21st Century Community Learning Center - ASPIRE, Student Services and Title I.
7 days ago, Jeannie Bennett-Yoak
December 20 2022
Early Steps to School Success Kindergarten Readiness Groups • Free early childhood education services to children three through five years of age and support for their parents or caregivers • Assist children with early language, literacy, math, social, and emotional development • The result will be a strong foundation of learning for the child which will prepare him/her for success in school! • Help introduce your child to peers. • Fun parent-child activities! • Support and connections to community resources • Parent/child groups and story book hours Groups will be held this week at the following locations: Tuesday 11/29 at Calhoun FRN 11a.m.-12p.m. Thursday 1/1 at Pleasant Hill 4:30 p.m.-5:30 p.m.
9 days ago, PHE/AES-KRA
Good evening, Calhoun County Schools will be closed from Monday, November 21st, through Friday, November 25, for Thanksgiving Break. If you are a hunter, please stay safe in the woods. We hope you get to spend time with your family during this break. We look forward to seeing you back in school on Monday, November 28th.
16 days ago, Kelli Whytsell
Good evening, Calhoun County Schools will be closed from Monday, November 21st, through Friday, November 25, for Thanksgiving Break. If you are a hunter, please stay safe in the woods. We hope you get to spend time with your family during this break. We look forward to seeing you back in school on Monday, November 28th.
20 days ago, Kelli Whytsell
Early Steps to School Success Kindergarten Readiness Program  Free early childhood education services to children three through five years of age and support for their parents or caregivers  Assist children with early language, literacy, math, social, and emotional development  The result will be a strong foundation of learning for the child which will prepare him/her for success in school! Weekly In-person groups are held at: • Parent Child Group 11-12 Calhoun FRN Tuesday • Parent-Child Group 4:30-5:30p.m PHES Wednesday • Parent-Child Group 10-11a.m. AES Friday To enroll or to find out more information contact: Debra Smith, Kindergarten Readiness Ambassador at P.H.E (304) 354-6022 or A.E.S (304) 655-8616
22 days ago, PHE/AES-KRA
Good evening, Calhoun County School will be closed on Friday, November 11, for Veterans Day. We want to thank all of the veterans who have served to protect our freedom. Thank you for your service to our country.
26 days ago, Kelli Whytsell
Save the Children has an opportunity for children and families in Calhoun County! We offer weekly Parent Child Groups at Pleasant Hill Elementary School, Arnoldsburg Elementary School and 2 other sites throughout the county. The focus of these groups will be Kindergarten Readiness Skills for children 3 to 5 years old, but all younger siblings are also welcomed to attend. Snacks will also be provided! One lucky parent/caregiver will win a small door prize. During the weekly Parent Child Groups, we will be exploring the following Language, Literacy and Math Kindergarten Readiness skill areas: Knowing about the alphabet, books and print; talking and listening; understanding words and sounds; numbers, counting, patterns, sorting and classification; comparison, measurement and geometry. These are all critical skills that your child needs in order to be prepared for Preschool and Kindergarten. I look forward to meeting you and helping prepare your child for school success! Group location and dates for this week: 11/9/22 Parent-Child Group 4:30-5:30p.m PHES 11/10/22 Parent-Child Group 4:30-5: 30p.m AES
29 days ago, PHE/AES-KRA
Good evening, Please remember NO school for students on Monday, November 7th, and Tuesday, November 8th. November 8th is election day, please remember to vote. All staff will follow their regular schedule on Monday, November 7th. Bus drivers need to report to the Board of Education Office at 8:00. Thanks,
about 1 month ago, Kelli Whytsell
Good morning! Please, check out the November edition of the Student Services newsletter. Have a great day!
about 1 month ago, Student Services
November 2022
On Tuesday, November 1, from 1 PM to 6 PM, Workforce Development Board Mid-Ohio Valley will be partnering with Calhoun County Schools to showcase their virtual reality career exploration initiative: ‘Seeing Your Future Through a Different Lens’. From 4:00-6:00 PM the community, students and parents are invited to come out and experience the Oculus VR and talk to the Trade representatives. Calhoun Gilmer Career Center Coyote Beautiful will be providing appetizers for the evening event. This virtual reality experience enables students to gain hands-on insight into various trades, enabling them to get a better grasp of potential career interests. Calhoun EMS will be having a Truck or Treat from 4:00-6:00 PM as well. Oculus VR, come and experience virtual reality!
about 1 month ago, Crystal Toney
Career Exploration Event
Important bus changes beginning November 1, 2022: Bus #10 will start at the head of Walnut Road (foot of Kendall Mountain) at 6:30 am. Bus #6 Will start their route at 6:45 am at the Horse Ring on Oka Road. Bus #6 will be adding Crummies Creek to its route. The estimated time to begin Crummies Creek is 7:05. We will continue to look at routes and adjust them to do what is best for the students. Thank you for your patience and understanding.
about 1 month ago, Michael Fitzwater
Early Steps to School Success Kindergarten Readiness! Free early childhood education services to children three through five years of age and support for their parents or caregivers Assist children with early language, literacy, math, social, and emotional development The result will be a strong foundation of learning for the child which will prepare him/her for success in school! Help introduce your child to peers . Fun parent-child activities! Support and connections to community resources Parent/child groups and story book hours. This week will be held at the Calhoun Family Resource Network in Grantsville on Tuesday November 1 from 11 a.m. to 12. To enroll or to find out more information contact: Debra Smith, Kindergarten Readiness Ambassador at P.H.E (304) 354-6022 or A.E.S (304) 655-8616
about 1 month ago, PHE/AES-KRA
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Good Evening, please be advised that Bus #10 will be turning at the feed pad on Walnut Road this week.
about 1 month ago, Calhoun County Schools
On Tuesday, November 1, from 1 PM to 6 PM, Workforce Development Board Mid-Ohio Valley will be partnering with Calhoun County Schools to showcase their virtual reality career exploration initiative: ‘Seeing Your Future Through a Different Lens’. From 4:00-6:00 PM the community, students and parents are invited to come out and experience the Oculus VR and talk to the Trade representatives. Calhoun Gilmer Career Center Coyote Beautiful will be providing appetizers for the evening event. This virtual reality experience enables students to gain hands-on insight into various trades, enabling them to get a better grasp of potential career interests. Calhoun EMS will be having a Truck or Treat from 4:00-6:00 PM as well. Oculus VR, come and experience virtual reality!
about 1 month ago, Crystal Toney
Oculus Virtual Reality
Kindergarten Readiness is getting ready for a Spooktacular Halloween Party Friday at Pleasant Hill Elementary 9:30-10:30 a.m. and Arnoldsburg Elementary from 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. Come out and join us. Wear your costume, play some games and have a snack. Hope to see lots of ghouls out and about.
about 1 month ago, PHE/AES-KRA
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Good evening, Calhoun Middle/High school will not have after-school on Thursday, October 27. The after-school schedule for next week will look like this Thursday, October 27th, After-school at AES and PHE only
about 1 month ago, Kelli Whytsell
STUDENT ORNAMENT COMPETITION: First Lady Cathy Justice is inviting all West Virginia students to participate in the 18th annual First Lady Student Ornament Competition. All kindergarten through 12th-grade students who are public, private, or home-schooled are encouraged to create a “Nutcracker” themed ornament for the tree, which will be on display at the Culture Center in Charleston during the holiday season. Ornaments must be received by November 18, 2022, to be eligible for judging. Click here for competition details.
about 1 month ago, Crystal Toney
Ornament Competition
Military Holiday Card Challenge - Schools across West Virginia are invited to participate in the Military Holiday Card Challenge. Classes and students from around the U.S. will write holiday greetings or personal notes that will be sent to soldiers overseas to share goodwill. Click here for the website that contains the guidelines and information about how to send cards. The deadline for all submissions is November 18, 2022.
about 1 month ago, Crystal Toney
Happy Holidays