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    Congratulations were given to Kermit Character Education Students of the Week from Principal Deborah Starr.

    New Board Member

    Newly appointed Mingo County Board of Education(BOE) member, Owen Hinkle Jr., was administered the ceremonial oath of office at a regular meeting held Tuesday, August 29. The oath of office was administered by Mingo County Family Court Judge Sabrina Deskins. (Photo courtesy of Courtney Harrison)

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    Monday, September 11, 2017 Read more
    Dingess AttendanceDingess Elementary was recognized at Tuesday’s meeting of the Mingo County Board of Education for having the highest attendance rate during the 2016-2017 school term. Pictured are Thurman Lackey, Lana Lackey, Barb Baisden, Jessica May, Jaclyn Hall, Principal Paula Hinkle-Brown, Alan Riffle and Superintendent Don Spence. (Photo courtesy of Courtney Harrison)
    Friday, September 8, 2017 Read more
    Mingo County SchoolsMingo County students achieved the highest average reading proficiency and the second-highest average math proficiency among the six southwestern counties of Cabell, Lincoln, Logan, Mason, Mingo and Wayne. Additionally, Mingo County showed more growth in mathematics than any school district in the state during the three years of the Smarter Balanced Assessment and placed 4th in reading growth statewide. Click on "Read More" to the right for additional information.
    Thursday, May 25, 2017 Read more
    The United States Department of Education selected Lenore PK-8 School art teacher Sarah Duncan to participate in the Fulbright Hays Seminars Abroad program this summer. Duncan will visit Thailand along with fifteen other PK-8 educators from around the county.
    Thursday, May 18, 2017 Read more
    2016-17 Teachers and Service Personnel of the Year, along with board members and Interim Superintendent Spence.The Williamson Daily News featured the Mingo County Board of Education's celebration of school-based teachers and service personnel of the year, along with the announcement of county Teacher of the Year Theresa Jarrell (Teacher / Art, Gilbert Elementary School), and Service Person of the Year Vickie Fraley (Aide / Early Childhood Classroom Assistant Teacher, Williamson PK-8 School).
    Wednesday, April 26, 2017 Read more
    Tug Valley High School's Dr. Johnny Branch has been named RESA II Principal of the Year. Dr. Branch joins Interim Superintendent Donald Spence, former Gilbert Elementary Principal Phyllis White, and former Superintendent Randy Keathley as Mingo County educators who have received this honor.

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