Senior Spotlight Trenton Paul King What are your plans after graduation? Continue to work in the oil and gas industry Favorite quote: "The older you do get the more rules they’re gonna try and get you to follow. You just gotta keep livin' man." Advice to pass on: Just keep chasin’ the dream. Don't just dream it.
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
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This past March, Emily Anderson competed in the annual Sandra Day O’Connor Civics Challenge. She chose the topic of Justice Sandra Day O’Connor to create a mixed media project showcasing important things about the former Justice. Projects were judged nationally from grades 9-12. Emily was notified 5-12-24 that she was was awarded honorable mention for her project! Congratulations, Emily!
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
Sandra Day O’Connor award winner
Senior Spotlight Mia Renee Houchin Plans after graduation: I plan to build on my associate degree I am achieving prior to graduation and get my Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at Glenville State University to finish my undergraduate studies. While achieving my bachelor's degree I also plan to achieve my real estate sales license for the state of West Virginia and take classes to become a Licensed Residential Real Estate Appraiser in the State of West Virginia as well. I plan on this being my lifetime career, however if for some reason I would ever decide differently I can obtain many other jobs with my degree! Favorite Quote: "There may be people that have more talent than you, but there's no excuse for anyone to work harder than you do." —Derek Jeter Advice to pass on: Take any opportunity that comes your way, challenge yourself, get involved, and believe in yourself even when no one else does. When making decisions think about what’s best to help you prepare for life beyond high school. Take every day as if it is your last even if you don’t enjoy school, it goes by much faster than you think! Mia holds the prestigious honor of having earned her Associate’s Degree from Glenville State University while attending high school. She will be awarded her GSU Associate’s Degree concurrently with her high school diploma.
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
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Senior Spotlight Breanna Danyale Helmick What are your plans after graduation? My plans after I graduate are to go to Glenville State University to be an Art Teacher. Favorite quote: "Normality is a paved path, it's smooth to walk on but no flowers grow." -Vincent Van Gogh Advice to pass on: Make memories while you can. It really does go by fast.
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
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Senior Spotlight Abigail Lynn Godfrey Plans after graduation: I plan on getting a job over the summer and sticking to that job and going to college in the fall of 2024. Favorite quote: “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.” – Winston Churchill". Advice: Do your best and always try and never give up when it's the end of the year and the last 9 weeks and do your work on time.
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
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Senior Spotlight Troy Lee Frederick Plans: I plan to go to work as a mechanic right after graduation. Quote: "The most important thing is to enjoy your life, to be happy. It's all that matters." - Unknown
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
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Senior Spotlight Jaiden Mariekay Francis What are your plans after graduation? I plan to attend Glenville State University to obtain my Bachelor’s Degree in nursing. Favorite quote: “The Lord stood by me and gave me strength.” – 2 Tim 4:17 Advice: Don't get caught up in the drama of high school, don't procrastinate, and have fun!
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
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Senior Spotlight Emily Faith Dennison Emily holds the prestigious honor of having earned her Associate’s Degree from Glenville State University while attending high school. She will be awarded her GSU Associate’s Degree concurrently with her high school diploma.
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
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Mr. Cosgrove’s Social Studies Awards Student of the Year – This is the 24th year Mr. Cosgrove has selected a student of the year. The students of the year for the 2023-2024 school year includes 6th grade student Reagan Morgan and 7th grade student Trevor Mayle. While Mr. Cosgrove tries to narrow the selection to one student, these two students met all the requirements within the respective grade levels Mr. Cosgrove teaches. The criteria include superior academic performance; outstanding behavior, conduct, demonstrated courtesy and respect towards students and staff; excellent attendance; and being attentive in class. A top student carries personal qualities that enhance their academic performance and prepare them for the challenges ahead—Reagan and Trevor have these qualities. Other awards were presented to the STEM program and activities conducted in Mr. Cosgrove’s class during the school year. The top two students in the wind turbine project include Ellie Hall and Brooke Tingler. These students generated the most volts with their design and were able to code the corresponding micro:bits. They also helped other students with the coding. Both students excelled in all STEM projects and are the STEM Students of the Year. Four forensic lab leaders were awarded medals for their leadership skills during the blood splatter and analysis project, they include: Makenna Cunningham, Makenzie Justice, Natalie Miller, and Kaylee Sampson. Other students to be commended in the wind turbine project includes: Mackenzie Bevel, Makenzie Justice, Mason Laughlin, Natalie Miller, Haley Nicholas, Payton Quick, Kaylee Sampson, Kylee Stewart and Eliana White. Mr. Cosgrove would like to thank and commend his 7th grade class. Every student that started and ended the school year in his class did outstanding work and had excellent behavior—a truly remarkable group of students. He would also like to thank his 6th grade classes for their hard work, where the vast majority of students were amazing.
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
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Good evening, Bus 29 will be picking up Bus 23 students tomorrow, Friday, May 10th.
about 1 month ago, Calhoun County Schools
Senior Spotlight: Malee (Lee) Kay Capps What are your plans after graduation? After graduation, I plan to Major in Biology at West Virginia University. I then want to go on to medical school to become an Obstetrician Gynecologist. Favorite quote: “All of the stars have a reason.”- Lil Peep Advice to pass on: Don’t be afraid to express yourself, you are beautiful/handsome.
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
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Senior Spotlight: Abby Leigh Cain Plans after graduation: My plan is to take a year to myself and figure out what my passion is and what I want to go to school for and take things from there. Favorite quote: "Spread love everywhere you go. Let no one ever come to you without leaving happier. -Mother Teresa" Advice to pass on: Advice I would say is don't let everything get to you. It's going to be hard and you're going to have a hard time, but things get better over time just keep your head up and always smile your way through it.
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
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Senior Spotlight: Sophie Grace Bennett What are your plans after graduation? To become a teacher aide! Favorite quote: "Good things come to those who wait." Advice to pass on: Never give up on your dreams!
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
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Senior Spotlight: Mackenzie Faith Bailey What are your plans after graduation? I will be attending GSU in the fall as an elementary education major. I hope to work at a school close to home after I graduate from college. Favorite quote: "Changing your perspective changes your experience." Advice to pass on: Show up, do your work, and be respectful. High School will be much easier if you keep up with assignments and keep a positive attitude.
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
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Senior Spotlight: Trista Faith Arnold What are your plans after graduation? I plan to attend Glenville State University in the fall double majoring to earn Bachelor degrees in business and biology. Favorite quote: “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” ~ Eleanor Roosevelt Advice to pass on: I would like for every underclassman to know that while things may seem impossible at times, do not give up, and do not change your career of interest. You can do it. Have faith in yourself, set your standards high, and achieve your goals. Trista holds the prestigious honor of having earned her Associate’s Degree from Glenville State University while attending high school. She will be awarded her GSU Associate’s Degree concurrently with her high school diploma.
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
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Senior Spotlight: Emily Grace Anderson What are your plans after graduation? This fall I will be attending Marshall University majoring in Political Science and minoring in History and Business Management. I will also be taking the field with the Marching Thunder as a Marshall Majorette! Favorite Quote: "When circumstances or people knock you down, get back up and keep pushing forward. Always remember even if you have to continuously tell yourself you matter." - Miss USA 2018, Sarah Rose Summers Advice to Pass On: Future seniors, take in every moment of your senior year. The year will go by fast, so cherish the memories!
about 1 month ago, Gina Stump
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Interested in Nursing?
about 1 month ago, Jeannie Bennett-Yoak
MU nursing camp
Update: Both ceremonies will now be at 6pm. The Middle School Ceremony was pushed back 2 hours to allow athletes to go to the free swim day in Grantsville at the new pool!
about 1 month ago, Emilee Nichols
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Happy Tuesday! What a great day it is at Calhoun Middle High School as we CELEBRATE & acknowledge Children's Mental Health Day AND National Teacher Appreciation Day. This seems like a wonderful time to remind everyone how truly important we are to one another. There is something so special about being so connected & we are grateful! #TogethernessTuesday #TeamworkTuesday #TUESDAY #CalhounStrong #youmatterimatter #CHANGEMAKERS
about 1 month ago, Destiney Montgomery
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Bus #2 will be picking up students at the horse rink this morning. There is a tree blocking the road. Bus #2 will be at the horse rink till 7:20 this morning.
about 1 month ago, Michael Fitzwater