Good afternoon! If you were planning on attending the prom at Black Knight, please know that parking is available and commonly utilized along south kanawha St.. I wanted to pass the word! Thank you! RS
about 1 month ago, Ryan Stafford
9th, 10th and 11th grade students: Please be reminded to bring your Chromebook and charger to school tomorrow to be collected. If not returned, the cost of the Chromebook will be $422, while the cost of a replacement charger is $37. Thank you and have a great night!
about 1 month ago, Ryan Stafford
Please see the post for information on technology collection dates.
about 2 months ago, Rachel Sexton
Technology Collections
Congratulations to the All-State Band Team members for Raleigh County Schools! Beckley-Stratton Middle Brisco Long Independence Middle Graydon Smith Shady Spring Middle Alex Abernathy Joseph Cowley Ryleigh Helmer Hunter Lilly Austin Szuch Shady Spring High School David Hegele Woodrow Wilson High School Kaleigh Basham
2 months ago, Rachel Pauley
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Dear Raleigh County Schools Parents and Guardians, On Monday, April 8, 2024, it is anticipated between 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM that our region will experience a partial solar eclipse. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon moves between the sun and Earth, blocking all or a portion of the sun’s rays. Medical professionals advise it is always dangerous to look directly at the sun without appropriate eye protection. Out of an abundance of caution, Raleigh County Schools (RCS) will be taking extra steps for your child’s safety. •RCS will follow a regular schedule on Monday, April 8, 2024. •All schools have been encouraged to share the solar eclipse viewing experience with students by utilizing television feeds or internet live streams. •Resources and lessons about the solar eclipse are available from the West Virginia Department of Education, NASA, and other science outlets. •School staff will advise students of the dangers of looking directly at the sun at any time, especially during the solar eclipse. •Students will not be permitted outside for any activities other than those planned and approved by the principal during the hours of 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. This includes recess, athletics, band or other outdoor after school activities. •As students are dismissed, staff will be on hand to instruct students not to look directly at the sun and to monitor as they exit the building. The eclipse may occur during dismissal time. RCS asks parents to reinforce the dangers of looking at the sun and to remind their children not to look directly at the sun on their way home from school on Monday, April 8, 2024. We appreciate your understanding and support during this unique learning experience and ask that you talk with your children about the eclipse prior to school on Monday, April 8.
2 months ago, Raleigh County Schools
Dear Raleigh County Schools Parents and Guardians, On Monday, April 8, 2024, it is anticipated between 2:00 PM and 4:00 PM that our region will experience a partial solar eclipse. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon moves between the sun and Earth, blocking all or a portion of the sun’s rays. Medical professionals advise it is always dangerous to look directly at the sun without appropriate eye protection. Out of an abundance of caution, Raleigh County Schools (RCS) will be taking extra steps for your child’s safety. • RCS will follow a regular schedule on Monday, April 8, 2024. • All schools have been encouraged to share the solar eclipse viewing experience with students by utilizing television feeds or internet live streams. • Resources and lessons about the solar eclipse are available from the West Virginia Department of Education, NASA, and other science outlets. • School staff will advise students of the dangers of looking directly at the sun at any time, especially during the solar eclipse. • Students will not be permitted outside for any activities other than those planned and approved by the principal during the hours of 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM. This includes recess, athletics, band or other outdoor afterschool activities. • As students are dismissed, staff will be on hand to instruct students not to look directly at the sun and to monitor as they exit the building. The eclipse may occur during dismissal time. RCS asks parents to reinforce the dangers of looking at the sun and to remind their children not to look directly at the sun on their way home from school on Monday, April 8, 2024. We appreciate your understanding and support during this unique learning experience and ask that you talk with your children about the eclipse prior to school on Monday, April 8.
Senior parents, This Thursday, March 28th, we have several scholarships closing; J. Lee , Dr. Foley, and Vecelio & Grogan. These scholarships are posted to a special group on Schoology, "Scholarships Class of 2024”. All Seniors have been manually added to this group. Please make sure these applications are given to Mrs. Stover in the main office before 2:00PM on Thursday March 28th. If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Stover via email kaitlyn.stover@k12.wv.us The Kevin English Scholarship and the Harden Scholarship DO NOT get turned in to Mrs. Stover. They can be mailed, or emailed. The information for those can be found in the Senior Scholarship 2024 group. Thank you! RS
3 months ago, Ryan Stafford
DON'T BE TARDY AND MISS THE PARTY! Please see the following details for our 4th 9 weeks ATTENDANCE INCENTIVE FIELD DAY! Any student with no more than 3 excused or unexcused absences and no more than 2 tardies will remain eligible for the incentive (starting today, 3/25). In addition, 11th grade students MUST be present for the school-day SAT and put forth a good-faith effort on the test to remain eligible for the incentive. Our Field Day (May 17th) fun will include games, food trucks, prizes, etc.... We hope to see you there! 😎
3 months ago, Ryan Stafford
If you are craving some Chick-Fil-A, please do so in support of WWHS Project Graduation!
3 months ago, Ryan Stafford
Support our 23-24 WWHS Project Graduation efforts!
Congratulations to WV Distinguished Young Woman Award Winner- Mackenzie Adkins.
3 months ago, Rachel Pauley
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Attention WWHS seniors and parents: If you signed up for tomorrow's FAFSA completion event, please check the WWHS Counseling Page on Facebook to review the items needed. The financial aid representatives on hand will answer any questions you may have as you work together to complete the FAFSA. Don't let the FAFSA stress you out! People are standing by ready to help! We will be having two more completion events after tomorrow, and the links register for these events can be found below. February 22 https://tidycal.com/ehampton/fafsa-completion-workshop February 26 https://tidycal.com/ehampton/february-26-fafsa-completion Please contact Ms. Hampton at 304-256-4646 ext 5311 if you develop any questions regarding the FAFSA.
4 months ago, Ryan Stafford
Flying Eagle families, we have ran into issues with our jotform link for online absence excuses. Jotform limits our monthly submissions. To alleviate, we have created a GoogleDoc link to achieve the same purpose. Please disregard the previous jotform link and use the following GoogleDoc link. The link has also been updated on the schools webpage to avoid any further confusion. Thank you for your patience as we work to develop this long term solution. Again, please use the link below... https://docs.google.com/forms/d/159GVDa53cvSnrtqkXM19I5WakwG0xIIZam6pmIwFjtM/edit?usp=drivesdk
5 months ago, Ryan Stafford
WWHS Juniors and Seniors - Save The Date!!! The Junior/Senior Prom (11th and 12th graders) has been moved to Black Knight's banquet hall, and will be rescheduled for May 18th, 2024. Doors will open at 6:30 pm. Limited ticketing available, on a first come first serve basis. Tickets will be sold online beginning March 1, 2024.
5 months ago, Ryan Stafford
Attention WWHS Students: Student tickets will be pre sold at lunches on game-days for $1.00 for each remaining home boys and girls basketball games. Tickets purchased at the door will be normal price. Get your ticket early and let’s pack our student section! Our Boys play Huntington on Saturday, Jan. 27 at the armory at 5:30. Presale Student tickets will be sold at lunches tomorrow. Go Flying Eagles!🦅 🏀
5 months ago, Ryan Stafford
Congratulations to our National Board Certified Teachers (New and Renewals)
5 months ago, Rachel Pauley
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Just a reminder that all project graduation money and raffle tickets are still due tomorrow, Dec 20th, by 3rd period in D26, even if we have a 2-hour delay.
6 months ago, Rachel Sexton
Flying Eagle Families, at approximately 8:40 this morning we were tasked with responding to a medical emergency in our main hall way. As a precaution, students and teachers were evacuated to the gymnasium and auditorium when EMS deemed it safe and appropriate to do so. Students will be returned to class shortly and WWHS will remain on regular schedule. Thank you for your patience as we we worked to focus our attention on our students.
6 months ago, Ryan Stafford
WWHS Parents and Students: Tomorrow, December 6th, all students will participate in a career exploration survey that will take roughly 20 minutes during their Links class. Please make sure that your student has their device charged. This survey plays an important role in planning future classes and assisting students with decision making as they approach post-high school opportunity. Parents, we encourage you to have a conversation with your student(s) regarding what career areas they excel in based on the aforementioned survey. We look forward to speaking with our students about their career clusters! - WWHS Counseling Dept.
7 months ago, Ryan Stafford
Congratulations to Woodrow Wilson High School for placing 1st in the high school division for "Most Beautiful Campus Award"!
7 months ago, Rachel Pauley
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🏐 🦅 Congratulations to the Flying Eagle Volleyball team on their 3-0 victory over Bridgeport! Join us at the Charleston Coliseum at 6:30 pm this evening as we try to punch our ticket to the state finals!! 🏐 🦅
8 months ago, Ryan Stafford
🦅 Congratulations to our Flying Eagle Cheerleading and Volleyball teams for their WV Region III championships! Good luck to all of these student-athletes as they prepare for their respective WV State Tournaments! 🦅
8 months ago, Ryan Stafford