Please enjoy the video below filmed by PBS on Community In Schools https://www.pbs.org/video/communities-in-schools-extending-a-helping-hand-udxt9e/
This message is for all Braxton County Schools students and staff. This Friday, December 3, will be a two-hour early dismissal to allow time for staff to participate in Professional Learning Communities. We would ask that all families of students in third grade and under have a parent or documented adult at the bus stop to meet the student. Again, Friday, December 3, is a two-hour early dismissal. Thank you for working with us to ensure your child returns safely from school. Have a nice evening.
BCS COVID Numbers for the week of 11.15.2021 through 11.19.2021
Due to some errors in the previous post, BCS has updated the post regarding the board vacancy.
BCS COVID-19 report for 11.08.2021 through 11.12.2021.
BCS COVID-19 report for 11.01.2021 through 11.05.2021.
This message is a reminder for all families of students and all staff of Braxton County Schools. Thursday, November 11, is a holiday in which we honor all veterans who dared to put themselves on the line for our country and our freedom. We especially would like to honor Braxton County Schools following veterans: at the middle school, Chuck Murphy, Navy; at the high school, J. D. Drake, U S Army and West Virginia National Guard; Clifton Long, U S Army; Sterling Beane, West Virginia National Guard; and Lee Given, U S Army; at the Board Office, Timothy Via, U S Army Reserve; and William Wells, U S Marine Corps. Again, we than you for your service.
Last night at the Braxton County Board of Education meeting, the board approved four PLC days for teachers. These four PLC dates will have a 2-hour early release time for students. The dates are 12.03.21, 01.07.2022, 02.04.2022 & 03.04.2022. Parents please mark your calendar.
BCS COVID numbers for the week of 10.25.2021 through 10.29.2021.
BCS COVID numbers for the week of 10.18.2021 through 10.22.2021.
BCS COVID numbers for the week of 10.11.2021-10.15.2021.
BCS COVID numbers for the week of 10.4.2021-10.8.2021.
Braxton County Schools' COVID Report for the week of 10.27.2021 - 10.01.2021
This message is for families of Bus 39 A, driver Sally Hart. Bus 39 A will not run tomorrow, Monday. We hope that families will be able to find a way to send their children to school. Again, Bus 39 A will not run on Monday. We thank you for working with us to get your children to school safely. Thank you and have a nice day.
This message is for families of Buses 31 A and 33 A, drivers Mike Singleton and Mark Smyth. These buses will not be running on Thursday and Friday of this week. We hope that families will be able to find a way to send their children to school. Again, Buses 31 A and 33 A will not run on Thursday and Friday. We thank you for working with us to get your children to school safely. Thank you and have a nice day.
BCS Welcomes Guests Dr. Willard Daggett, State Superintendent Clayton Burch, Deputy Superintendent Michele Blatt, Delegate Brent Boggs, BCS Board of Education Members and staff from across the county to discuss & learn about participation in the AASA Learning 2025 initiative.
This message is for families of students who ride Bus 30A. Due to an extenuating circumstance, 30A will not be running this morning. We would hope that families would be able to find a ride for their students to attend school today. The bus will be able to take the students home. Again, Bus 30A will not run this morning, but it will run in the afternoon. Thank you for working with us to keep your children safe to and from school. Have a nice day.
Good evening. This message is for families of students who ride Bus 33A, Mark Smyth. Bus 33A will not be running tomorrow, Tuesday, or Wednesday, September 28 and 29. We hope that families will be able to find a way to send their children to school. Again, Bus 33A will not run on Tuesday and Wednesday. We thank you for working with us to get your children to school safely. Thank you and have a nice day.
Braxton County Schools COVID numbers for the week of 9.20.2021 through 9.24.2021.
This message is for families of Braxton County Schools students. Due to the pandemic and particularly to contact tracing, students are to ride only the bus they are assigned to ride. Currently, the bus pass is to be used only if the student must have a bus change in a permanent situation. For instance, the student needs to ride a different bus every evening. Another example would be the student must ride a different bus on Friday evening and Monday morning every other weekend. Again, due to safety and contact tracing during the pandemic, bus passes are to be used only for permanent changes. Thank you for your cooperation and assistance in keeping the students healthy. Have a nice evening.