Three BCHS Future Farmers of America recently learned they have earned State FFA Degrees. Daykayden Kirby, Molly Ratliff, and Julianna Rexroad each successfully completed requirements for the state degree, including the Supervised Educational Experience. Their SAEs covered a widely different range of interests.
BCMH’s Karen Bowling, vice president of care delivery and transformation for the West Virginia University Health System and president and CEO of WVU Medicine’s Braxton County Memorial Hospital and Summersville Regional Medical Center, has been elected to a three-year term on the 340B Health Board of Directors.
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Two 2020 Braxton graduates
rewarded for perfect attendance
Last Wednesday Braxton County seniors reported to the high school gym to pick up their caps and gowns. Two of those seniors, Brandon Gray and Micaiah Coffman, received quite a surprise. Sitting on the gym floor was an impressive array of camping equipment and other items including two kayaks. Signs indicated that it was for them. The surprised young men received the gifts, which were provided by the high school and Napa Auto Parts, as a reward for having perfect attendance.
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Board of Education reviews policies, approves budget
On May 19, the Braxton County Board of Education conducted their regular meeting virtually. The meeting was called to order at 6:00 pm by President Jill Cooper who opened the meeting with a moment of silence in memory of former board member and educator, Ernie Moore.