Changes are a constant now for school personnel as well as students across Wyoming County.
Now passed the year’s half-way point, Wyoming County Schools continues to focus on three themes selected for the year – “Building Relationships,” “Teaching And Learning,” and “School Safety.”
From anthropology to world history, Wyoming County students delved into a wide array of subject matter for the annual Social Studies Fair Feb. 18 at Pineville Elementary School.
Together, students from both Westside and Wyoming County East high schools created a new Wyoming County Schools Sportsmanship Pledge.
Ahead of the first game between Westside and Wyoming County East high schools since the board of education voted to allow the sporting events to continue, Schools Superintendent Deirdre Cline put spectators on notice Tuesday afternoon that a zero tolerance policy against aggressive behavior …
Wyoming County students will begin classes this year on Aug. 13, based on the calendar selected by school employees. Employees will begin Aug. 10, according to the calendar.
With the onset of spring, it is time again for Wyoming County Schools to try to determine the number of kindergarten students for the upcoming school year.