Current Events

Head Start Program

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The Clay County Head Start Program is operated by the Appalachian Council Head Start Program.     For more information contact your local Appalachian Council Head Start Office:   Contact Numbers: 304-587-1169 304-587-1170 304-587-1171 304-587-1172

After School is Beginning Tuesday, October 14 – Click here for details!

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Hey everyone.  Afterschool is starting.

Resources for Parents

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Scroll down the page for many excellent parent and child resources! CLAY COUNTY SCHOOLS PARENT RESOURCE CENTER P. O. Box 120 Clay, WV 25043 In an effort to help parents help thir children and to give students a way to take responsibility for their own learning, the West Virginia Department of Education has launched Learn…

Helping Children Learn Parent Resource Newsletters

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Clay County Early Childhood – Helping Children Learn Parent Newsletter In conjunction with the Parent Institute Clay County Elementary – Helping Children Learn Parent Newsletter In conjunction with the Parent Institute

Supplemental Service Providers

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Parent Guide for Choosing Supplemental Educational Services   What are Supplemental Educational Services? Under the No Child Left Behind legislation, some students who attend Title I schools that are identified for school improvement are eligible to receive supplemental educational services.  Supplemental educational services provide additional instructional support, which may include tutoring, small group instruction, or…

WV Board of Education Mission and Goals

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WV Board of Education Mission and Goals

Supplemental Educational Services (for Clay County Middle School Students)

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School Choice for Clay County Middle School Students West Virginia’s public schools have been working hard to improve the performance of our students in reading, writing, and mathematics.  On state tests, most students are scoring well and are achieving mastery in these core subjects.  Our schools have shown that they can and will rise to…

Supplemental Educational Services (for Clay Elementary School Students)

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2013-2014 Supplemental Educational Services and School Choice School Choice for Clay Elementary School Students West Virginia’s public schools have been working hard to improve the performance of our students in reading, writing, and mathematics. On state tests, most students are scoring well and are achieving mastery in these core subjects. Our schools have shown that…

Scientifically Based Research

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High Yield Strategies Identified Scientifically Based Research Use of data to target improvement efforts Title I Compliance   High performing schools increasingly use data systems to inform decisions, manage processes, determine program effectiveness, forecast problems, and ultimately improve system responses to student needs.  The use of high quality, targeted data can effectively improve learning.  (Bernhartdt,…

Resources from Edvantia

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Family and Teacher Resources from Edvantia West Virginia Parent Connections at Edvantia helps educators and families implement the parent involvement requirements of No Child Left Behind. Resources include tips for parents on helping children with reading, homework, and study skills. Activities for children and adults provide fun ways to encourage interest in reading, social studies,…

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