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.
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
Pictured are first place winners from Moundsville Middle School and Sherrard Middle School. Front row from left: Gianna Romano (MMS), Lydiah Beckett-Henry (SMS) and Maddie Galloway (SMS). Back row from left: Grace Gatts (SMS), Sydney Barnhart (SMS) and Jude Thomas (MMS). Speech teams from The Linsly School, Moundsville Middle School and Sherrard Middle School competed…Read More
The Marshall County Strings Program will present its elementary and middle school Winter Concert on Tuesday, December 3, 2019, at 6:30pm in the John Marshall High School Center for Performing Arts. The concert will feature combined performances involving nearly 200 students from Cameron, Center McMechen, Central, Glen Dale, Hilltop, Sand Hill and Washington Lands elementary…Read More
On Thursday, Marshall County Commissioners as well as the mayors from the cities of Marshall County, members of the West Virginia Legislature along with the Sheriff gathered to sign a proclamation declaring November 18-22, 2019 as American Education Week in Marshall County. Also attending the signing were members of the Marshall County Board of Education,…Read More
Twelve Moundsville Middle School Band students have been chosen to participate at the Northern Region 1 Honor Band Festival. Each student submitted a video playing the required music and scales. All 12 MMS Band students who auditioned were selected for the Northern Region 1 Honor Band. The festival will be held in the John Marshall…Read More
Moundsville Middle School 6th grade Science teacher Jaime Pettit is a recipient of the prestigious Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST), the highest honor a science instructor may receive for outstanding teaching in the United States. Pettit has been an educator for 12 years and has spent the past 10 years…Read More
The Marshall County Strings Program will present its annual fall concert on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 at 7:00 pm in the John Marshall High School Center for Performing Arts. The concert will feature 180 middle and high school students, all dressed in festive costumes, performing a variety of music including Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and themes…Read More
More than 340 teachers across West Virginia received a back-to-school surprise as Walmart announced it had funded all of their classroom requests on the education crowdfunding platform DonorsChoose.org. The donation totaled over $260,000 and supported requests for items including books, classroom supplies such as notebooks and organizational tools, technology, robotics kits, art supplies and more. The donation from Walmart…Read More
Students in grades 1st through 12th returned to school in Marshall County today for the start of the 2019 – 2020 academic year. Half of the county’s kindergarten students and their parents spent today participating in orientation classes. The remaining kindergarten students, along with their parents, will attend orientation tomorrow. The first full day of…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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