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The Appalachian Studies Program at Shepherd University is sponsoring a Celtic Roots travel course in spring 2013. The course will include a travel component to Ireland, Scotland, and parts of England influenced by Celtic culture and heritage. Shepherd and community members are invited to join students on this journey into the Celtic heartland. The trip […]

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Jefferson High School is in need of volunteers for the all night after prom “lock-in” party. For more information, contact 304-725-8491, ext. 6138 or adsites@access.k12.wv.us.

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On Feb. 26, the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3522, Charles Town, and its Ladies Auxiliary, hosted a luncheon and awards ceremony to honor local Jefferson County students who were this year’s winners of the annual Voice of Democracy and Patriot’s Pen contests. Certificates of Merit and cash awards were presented to the students by […]

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The West Virginia Regional Math Field Day was recently held at Shepherd University. The following Jefferson County students qualified to attend the WV State Math Field day competition: Fourth Grade: First Alternate – Daniel Moylan, Wright Denny Intermediate School Fifth Grade: First Place – Daisy Levine, Shepherdstown Elementary School Sixth Grade: First Place – Nick […]

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The current Miss West Virginia, Spenser Wempe, is shown paying a visit to Charles Town Middle School. Wempe shared the meaning of the Pledge of Allegiance and discussed the meaning of patriotism to Charles Town Middle Schools sixth graders.The assembly was held in the Charles Town Middle School gym on Feb. 15th.

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MARLA PISCIOTTA Spirit Staff CHARLES TOWN — A Harpers Ferry man has been arrested in connection to the theft of copper materials that caused extensive damage to the roof of South Jefferson Elementary School. Gary Heflin, Jr., of 34 Spring Court, was arrested without incident at his home on Saturday by Jefferson County Sheriff’s deputy […]

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CHARLES TOWN – Jefferson County Schools will begin March 21 and continue through April 23. The registration times are 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. for students with last names starting with the letters A-F; from 10:30 a.m. to noon for students with last names that start with the letters G to L; from 1 to […]

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Jefferson County Schools will be the host of free tutoring and academic support for all students in grades 8 -12. The free tutoring will take place Mondays and Wednesdays from 6 − 8 p.m. at the Opportunity Learning Center located across the street from Wright Denny Elementary School’s playground. The Opportunity Learning Center turns into […]

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Spring festival held at T.A. Lowery

RESA 8 Head Start/Pre K celebrated its spring festival Saturday, at T. A. Lowery Elementary School. The children and their families participated in games and crafts that enhance literacy and math skills. Parents and guardians were exposed to activities that were both low cost and whose materials are readily available in their homes. Gold’s Gym […]

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Jefferson County Schools’ annual Science Fair was held on Jan. 21, at Charles Town Middle School. The Fair included middle school and high school students’ projects in a variety of categories. The middle school winners included the following: Animal Science – First Place: Laurel Seneca Schwartz, Wildwood Middle School; Second Place: Kylie Kershner – Charles […]

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