Vol. 41, No. 20

May, 19 ,2015

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Braxton athletes among those honored by LKC

The Little Kanawha Conference Banquet was held at the Days Hotel and Conference Center on Sunday, May 17. Five Braxton athletes received recognition as first-team All-Conference in their sports.
Those honored include Bryson Dennison, football defensive line and boys’ track; Ben Fincham, football offensive utility player; Seth Backus, boys’ cross country; Josh Skidmore, golf; and Logan Frame, softball and girls’ cross country..


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BCHS Principal honored by GSC

Glenville State College graduates and friends gathered on campus for the 2015 Alumni Day on Saturday, April 25. A day full of activities culminated with the annual Alumni Banquet in the Mollohan Campus Community Center Ballroom. Those in attendance enjoyed a buffet dinner and the presentation of the 2015 GSC Alumni Association award recipients.
Tony Minney, a 2008 GSC graduate, received the Outstanding Young Alumnus Award, which is presented to a male graduate who is less than thirty-six years old who has achieved early and remarkable success in their career.

BCHS principal discusses next school term improvements

By Shirley Shuman
Less than a year ago, Tony Minney was beginning his first year as principal at Braxton County High School. Discussing the challenges he faced at that time, including the fact that the high school had been designated a “priority school” by the State Department, he maintained he was ready for the job. Recently, he gave an overview of what he, along with his staff, has accomplished.
Some of those accomplishments cover corrections of mistakes and omissions which had been made at the high school in recent years. Others which Principal Minney named come in preparation for the evaluation which will occur during the early part of the 2015-2016 school term. These include changes which the principal says would be occurring even if the school were not facing the OPEA evaluation.

 

County Resident Honored at GSC

Mischell L. Workman of Burnsville, a member of Glenville State College’s Graduating Class of 2015, has been recognized as an honor graduate with magna cum laude status.
Workman received her ceremonial stole at an Honor Graduates Reception on May 7 at the home of GSC President Peter Barr and his wife Betsy.
Students with grade point averages between 3.70 and 3.84 are recognized as magna cum laude..

BCMS PTA members
selected for state positions

Braxton County Middle School PTA recently announced that two of its members, who are also local officers, were elected to state offices of the West Virginia PTA. This election occurred at the recent state convention in Parkersburg.
Kathy Parker was chosen President Elect and will become the State PTA President for 2017 through 2019. Missy Jones was elected Vice President and will be the Chair of the By-Laws Committee. “Both of these ladies work very hard at the local and state levels of PTA and we’re proud of them. We wish them well in their new duties,” said BCMS Principal Denver Drake.

 

 

 





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