Good morning Calhoun County Schools will have a Community Food distribution today, October 7, at Calhoun Middle High School. If you are picking up for others you must have a note. Please follow all COVID protocols and stay in your vehicle. We will load vehicles as fast as possible. You can not block any roads we have students present and need buses to have access to the building. Thanks
Calhoun County Schools is actively seeking individuals interested in becoming Substitute Teachers. You are encouraged to apply to be a substitute teacher if: • you currently hold a West Virginia Teaching Certificate or, • you currently hold a Long-Term or Short-Term Substitute Teaching Permit or, • you have a Bachelor’s Degree and are willing to obtain a Long-Term or Short-Term Substitute Teaching Permit Substitute teaching can be the perfect job for retired teachers, those that are interested in working part-time only or those who have recently graduated from college looking to enter the workforce. If you are interested in becoming a substitute teacher please come out to an informational meeting on Wednesday October 20th from 12:00-4:00 at Calhoun County Board of Education office. For more information contact: Superintendent of Schools Calhoun County Schools 540 Alan B. Mollohan Drive Mount Zion, WV 26151 304-354-7011 ext 311 Email: email@example.com
Good Afternoon, Calhoun County School will be doing a Community Food distribution at Calhoun Middle/High School on Thursday, October 7 from 10:00-12:00. If you are picking up for someone, not present, you will need to have a note. Students will be present at school all roads will need to remain open to traffic. Please follow all COVID guidelines and stay in your car. We will work as fast as possible to load vehicles. We will be giving away the following; 1 roll of hamburger, kidney beans, and diced tomatoes. Funds for the Community Food Distribution is provided through grant funding. Thanks for supporting our students and staff.
Good Morning, Calhoun County Schools will not be offering supper the week of September 27 to October 1, 2021. The food supply company is unable to fill the order due to staffing. We will still have snacks for the after school program. Thanks for your understanding.
Calhoun County Schools has several employment opportunities available. Positions range from part time to full time. Please click on our website and apply today. We would love to have you as part of our team. https://boe.calhoun.k12.wv.us/employment/
Calhoun County Schools is very excited that we will again be offering our ASPIRE afterschool program through our 21st Century Community Learning Grant along with the support of our Save the Children partnership at all three schools in Calhoun County. Transportation will be provided along the main route traveling to the north and south ends of the county. A snack will also be provided each evening to students attending in person. Click here for dates and registration information: https://5il.co/z88u
Calhoun County Red Devil football game vs Tyler Consolidated has been moved to Monday, September 20th at Tyler County.
Good Morning, After school buses will start running tonight. They will leave Calhoun Middle High School at 5:45. After school programs will start at all schools on September 20.
This fluid document may need to be added to and updated as more information becomes available. Calhoun County students and staff will be required to wear a mask. We will continue to socially distance as much as possible. Calhoun County students, staff, and community will be required to wear a mask in school and spectators during indoor extracurricular activities. The requirement to wear a mask will be for all students and staff regardless of being vaccinated. In the Re-Entry document, Calhoun County Schools will follow all of the West Virginia Department of Education and the West Virginia Health and Human Resources requirements. Anyone who has symptoms of COVID-19 should not report to any school location until cleared by a medical professional. Any person that has traveled to an identified hot spot or traveled outside the United States will be required to notify Trudi Anderson, school nurse, for instructions. Anyone at Calhoun County Schools showing any of the signs of COVID-19 will be asked to leave immediately and seek medical assistance. If this is a student, they will be placed in a specific location to be monitored until a parent can pick the student up and seek medical attention. If necessary, Calhoun County Schools will seek medical attention for the student. If you have kept your child home due to illness, you can contact Nurse Trudi to see if your child needs to be seen by a doctor or if Nurse Trudi can provide you a school excuse.
Good Evening, Calhoun County Schools will be doing a food distribution for all students Wednesday, September 15, from 1:00-2:00 at Calhoun Middle High School. On Thursday, September 16, schools will reopen. All students and staff will be required to wear a mask. Thanks and have a nice evening.
If your student or a household member of a student has had a positive COVID test result while we have been on remote learning please contact nurse Trudi so she can give you a return date. 354-6148 ext 219 T.firstname.lastname@example.org
Good Evening, Calhoun County Schools will remain on remote learning through September 15. Students will return on September 16. Food distribution will be on Wednesday, September 15 from 1:00-2:00 at CMHS. Please continue to monitor for COVID-19 symptoms and get tested if you are experiencing any symptoms. Minnie Hamilton has drive through testing on Friday , September 10. We will continue to update on testing information. Thanks, Kelli Whytsell
Reminder The COVID-19 testing events scheduled at CMHS have been moved to Minnie Hamilton in Grantsville. A drive-thru testing will be available Tuesday-Friday 9 am to 3 pm behind the annex at Minnie Hamilton in Grantsville. If you have any questions please contact Nurse Trudi at 304-354-6148 ext 219.
Good Afternoon, The COVID-19 testing events scheduled at CMHS has been moved to Minnie Hamilton in Grantsville. A drive-thru testing will be available Tuesday-Friday 9am to 3 pm behind the annex at Minnie Hamilton in Grantsville. If you have any question please contact Nurse Trudi at 304-354-6148 ext 219. Thanks,
Good Evening, Calhoun County Schools will be going to REMOTE LEARNING starting Tuesday, September 7 through Friday, September 10th. We will return to in-person on Monday, September 13th. Please read carefully the REMOTE PLAN below. Preschool will have packets to work on Tuesday, September 7 through Friday, September 10th. Preschool will also start in person on Monday, September 13th. Arnoldsburg and Pleasant Hill Elementary Schools will have laptop/I-pads and packet distribution on Tuesday, September 7th from 1:00-3:00 at their respective schools. Teachers will be calling students through TEAMS for extra support and help from Wednesday, September 8 through Friday, September 10th. All TEAM sessions are to be recorded. Calhoun Middle/High School students will have work in TEAMS. The student work on Tuesday will be independent work with live TEAM session starting on Wednesday, September 8th. Staff/Students will follow their regular school schedule for classes. All TEAM sessions are to be recorded and preserved. Food Distribution will be at Calhoun Middle High School on Wednesday, September 8th from 1:00-2:00. We will be doing free COVID-19 testing at Calhoun Middle High School on Tuesday, September 7 from 9:00-10:30. If you have any symptoms please come out and get tested. Thanks, Kelli Whytsell
Good Evening, Calhoun County Schools will be doing remote and quarantined food pick up for students on Wednesday, September 1 from 1:00-2:00 at Calhoun Middle High School. We will be following the COVID-19 protocols and asking you to stay in your car. The food will be placed in your car. We will be asking the name of the student at the time of the pick-up. This food distribution is for any Calhoun County students that are quarantined or on remote learning. If you are not able to come out to pick up food for your students please call 304-354-7011 ext 311 to leave your name with Mrs. Dickey or contact your child's school. Again food distribution will be at Calhoun Middle High School on Wednesday, Sept 1 from 1:00-2:00. Thanks, Kelli Whytsell
Good Afternoon, For the week of August 23-27, Calhoun County experienced a significant increase in COVID-19 cases. The school system has more than 200 students in quarantine due to being in close contact with a positive COVID-19 case. We have 4 confirmed COVID-19 employees and several that are quarantined. Pleasant Hill Elementary School will be on remote learning from August 30 to September 9. I want to thank the administration, teachers, and service personnel that spent the weekend preparing for the remote learning and assisting with the contact tracing. This is a massive amount of work that was accomplished. We continue to offer support and whatever assistance is needed to our students and employees. Would you please help us by wearing a mask and socially distancing whenever possible. Thanks, Kelli Whytsell Superintendent, Calhoun County
Good evening, The Varsity football game for tonight, August 27, 2021, has been moved to tomorrow at 7 pm at the Wirt County High School field.
Good Morning Calhoun County has moved to Orange on the WVDHHR. I am going to mandate masks for all grades starting tomorrow. We have been in school for 5 days and have had to quarantine approximately 50 students. We have had three positive cases non-school related, which caused the quarantine of students. I will be issuing a mask mandate starting on Thursday, August 26, for all students and staff in the county. This includes Arnoldsburg, Pleasant Hill, and Calhoun Middle/High School students and staff regardless of being vaccinated. This mandate will be reevaluated on September 16. The goal is to keep students and staff safe and in school. We cannot do that without masks at this time. We anticipated having to periodically issue a mask mandate. I regret that we have to implement this so soon in the school year, but we can’t keep quarantining large numbers of students and have a successful year. We will co time to offer the testing program and have regular vacations clinics at CMHS. Thanks for your support in helping us keep our students and staff healthy and in school. Kelli
August 23, 2021 Good Afternoon, In an effort to be transparent with the community and also respect the privacy of our employees and students, we want to inform you that Calhoun County Schools has had one student test positive for COVID-19. This is not a school-related exposure. However, additional students are being quarantined due to possible exposure. As soon as we were notified of the positive students, Nurse Trudi started contact tracing and contacting involved students and staff. If you are involved, you will be notified by Nurse Trudi. We are in touch with the MOVHD and will be following the health department's guidance. As a school system, our employees do the COVID-19 screeners and sanitize daily. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families at this time. We are a close school family and will continue to provide whatever assistance we can safely provide to them during this time. Thank you so much for supporting Calhoun County Schools, our students, and the school community. Together we can get through these challenging times by continuing to support each other. Thanks, Kelli Whytsell, Superintendent Calhoun County Schools.