The Mission of Moundsville Middle School is to help our youth through their transient years so they may become active, productive, and successful adults in today's society. We strive to provide a proper environment for the social, emotional, physical and intellectual growth of all students through the combined efforts of our community, parents and educational personnel.
Following the parameters set forth by the West Virginia Board of Education (WVBE) for in-person instruction at public schools, Marshall County Schools will operate on a hybrid schedule, at Level 3, beginning on Tuesday, January 19, 2021. This change in procedure does not affect students who are successfully completing total distance learning via the Calvert…Read More
Moundsville Middle School 8th grade student Taylee Sipin has been recognized by Main Street Bank for her artistic talents. Sipin’s Christmas-themed drawing was made into a billboard, which can be seen when traveling north on Route 2 in Moundsville near Taco Bell. Her award-winning artwork will be featured during the credits of the Wheeling Symphony’s…Read More
Several teachers, parents and students gathered, while socially distanced, outside of Moundsville Middle School on Wednesday to paint fit and fun exercises on the sidewalks that surround the campus. With funding from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and SNAP-ED, health educators and nutrition outreach instructors have purchased various stencils that are not just…Read More
Marshall County parents now have an option to use electronic forms for beginning of the year forms and athletic forms. MCS purchased FinalForms for our schools, parents, and students to use for the 20-21 school year. A parent can create an account which will then be used to associate their child with them. After filling…Read More
Students in grades 1st through 12th return to school in Marshall County on Tuesday, September 8, 2020 for the start of the 2020 – 2021 academic year at Level 3, as long as Marshall County remains green or yellow on the governor’s colored-coded map. Level 3 means all kids will report for in-person instruction two…Read More
Marshall County Schools Child Nutrition Program Information The Marshall County Board of Education will continue the availability of a daily, no cost breakfast and lunch at school for all students during the 2020- 2021 academic year regardless of income. Under the Community Eligibility Option Provision, applications will not need to be completed to be eligible…Read More
Information is now available about the transportation routes for the 2020-2021 academic year. The updated lists can be found at this link: http://marshall-k12.wvnet.edu/boe/marshall-county-schools-bus-routes/ or in the Links tab under Transportation at the top of this page. Click on the bus number to download a schedule. Please note there are time changes. If you’re not sure…Read More
The Marshall County Schools Summer Food Program schedule has added an extra week because of West Virginia Governor Jim Justice’s order that schools can’t go back in session until Tuesday, September 8, 2020. On Wednesday, August 5 and Wednesday, August 19, 2020 the Marshall Mobile Food Bus will make stops in the same neighborhoods at…Read More
Students in 4th through 12th grade put their “mathletic” skills to the test during the annual Marshall County Math Field Day competition at Sherrard Middle School on Saturday. Approximately 150 students competed in categories ranging from mental math, mental estimation, measurement estimation and short answer. Participants also took a written test. Students who placed 1st…Read More
MMS 8th grader Bailey Sebroski holds a replica of the billboard that features her artwork. Moundsville Middle School 8th grade student Bailey Sebroski has been recognized by Main Street Bank for her artistic talents. Sebroski’s Christmas-themed drawing was made into a billboard, which can be seen when traveling north on Route 2 in Moundsville near…Read More
The administration would like to remind you that there have been changes to the attendance policy for Marshall County Schools and to the way cars must pick up students after school at Moundsville. To view these changes, please click on the links below.
How to Help
Remember that if you haven’t linked your Kroger card to our school, you can do so online. Sign into KROGER.com. If you click on Community, and then Community Rewards you should be able to link our school to your account. Our school number for the rewards is 46018. It is that easy, and it won't cost you a penny. During the last quarter we received almost $300.
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