Summers County Comprehensive High School students will be dismissed at 1:30 today. Parents who typically pick up their children can do so at Lifeline Church in Hinton at 1:40.
Summers County Comprehensive High School students are being dismissed approximately 1:30 today. Parent pickup will take place at Lifeline Church in Hinton.
New graphics are being installed in the front entrances of SCCHS.
Congratulations to the Lady Bobcats for a 37-33 victory over Mingo Central!
Randall Reid-Smith, Governor’s Curator for the West Virginia Department of Arts, Culture and History, First Lady Cathy Justice, and Superintendent David Warvel at Friday’s Pup Assembly.
We recognize the outstanding work of our school counselors this week. Pictured is Tracey Foster-Long of Jumping Branch and Talcott.
First Lady Cathy Justice and her staff visited Hinton Area Elementary for our Pup Assembly to officially welcome Marshal.
Welcome Marshal to Hinton Area Elementary! Marshal comes to Summers County as a therapy dog through the Friends With Paws program and First Lady Cathy Justice.
Summers County bus 156 will not run today February 10, 2023. Bus 156 children will not be counted absent.
CORRECTION: Summers County bus 139 will not run tomorrow February 10, 2023 Bus 139 children will not be counted absent.
Summers County bus 139 will not run tomorrow February 10, 2023 Bus 139 children will not be counted absent.
This week we celebrate the outstanding work of our school counselors. Pictured are Riley Mann and Kim Cox, counselors at SCCHS.
Thank you to our school counselors who provide invaluable support to our students. Pictured is Sonya Murrell of Hinton Area Elementary with Marshal.
Talcott Elementary students showcased their skills in music at the quarterly PRICE and Steering Committee Meeting.
Ms. Miklos and Ms. Richmond teaching kindergartners about Groundhog Day
Thank you to our cooks for all they do for our students.
School Counselor Appreciation Week. Thank a school counselor this week for all they do to make a difference in a child or young adult's life.
Work continues on the remodeling project at the Talcott gymnasium.
Despite cold and wet weather, construction continues at the SCCHS middle school addition.
SCCHS head custodian Regina Trout clearing space for new employees to provide academic and social support to our students. Thank you to our fantastic service personnel for your hard work.