The National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL) invites you (Students in Grades 1-5) to participate in this year’s Earth Day Poster Contest. This year’s theme is “Restore Our Earth” focusing on ways to protect the Earth’s natural resources through recycling, energy conservation, and imprRead More
Virtual Dress Up Week March 1 – March 5 Monday “One Fish, Two Fish” Wear something red or blue Tuesday “The Cat in The Hat” Wear stripes and/or your favorite hat! Wednesday “Wacky Wednesday” Get wacky! Wear your clothes backwards, inside out, or mismatched! Thursday “Green Eggs aRead More
Each month we are trying to highlight and provide resources to families about holidays, historical events, and national celebratory days. The month of February is Black History Month. This month serves as a tribute and celebration to African American men and women who have made significaRead More
Celebrating Bubble Gum Day the first Friday of February every year is a fun way to chew your favorite flavor of bubble gum and blow some spectacular bubbles! Thank you Gracelynn for sharing your art work with us that you created to celebrate National Bubble Gum Day!Read More
Welcome to the first of what we hope to be an annual contest for Law Day, which falls on May 1, 2021, each year. The purpose of Law Day is to celebrate the role of law in our society and to cultivate a deeper understanding of the legal profession. You can find out more aboutRead More
The Kanawha County Schools Virtual Program is committed to ensuring the safety and well-being of our students and their families. In response to COVID-19, we have created plans and are putting procedures in place for the Fall 2020 school semester. Effective immediately and until further noticeRead More
Students have the flexibility to be a full time or part-time virtual student. They can access the courses 24/7 to meet their schedule needs. In addition, enrolled students can participate in all school activities, compete athletically, and graduate.