Summers County Schools will release two hours early today for Monday, December 18. All evening activities are cancelled.
Due to inclement weather, Summers County Schools will operate on a two hour delay for Monday, December 11, 2023.
MS Girls' Basketball Team at WV Tech last evening learning the game of basketball.
Congratulations to Dakota Pettry at State! Finished 22nd out of 77 runners.
Congratulations to our State Runner Up Golf Team!
Check out this opportunity through Tutor.com!
National Bus Safety Week - October 16 -20. Thank a bus driver for all they do transporting our number one resource, our children. Thanks to all the drivers. WE appreciate you.
Congratulations to our Boy's Golf Team!! State Runners up. We are proud of the coaches and students on an excellent year!
Summers County's cooks keep our students fed and ready to learn throughout the day. Pictured is the kitchen staff at SCCHS.
Check out Talcott merchandise and the upcoming gymnasium opening.
Service Personnel Appreciation Day We want to thank our employees that work to make our schools better. Thank you, to our bus drivers, custodians, secretaries, aides, cooks, and maintenance. With appreciation, we respect you all.
Attention parents of 7th and 8th graders, Gear Up Southern WV is hosting a social on Wednesday Sept. 27 at the McCreery Hotel in Hinton. Come see what Gear Up has to offer.
Welcome back Bobcats! SCCHS students enjoyed a first day of school pep rally bright an early Monday morning.
First Day for grades 1st to 12th tomorrow, August 21. First Day for Pre- Kindergarten & Kindergarten August 28.
Parent / Teacher conferences tomorrow, Thursday August 17th. 10AM to 6PM. Contact your school for details.
Parents, here is information regarding Talcott Elementary School's open house.
SUMMERS COUNTY SCHOOLS PROVIDE MEALS TO STUDENTS AT NO COST Hinton, W.Va. - Students in Summers County will have the opportunity to eat breakfast and lunch at school at no cost for the 2023-2024 SY through a program called the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). The CEP was enacted as a result of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act and provides universal meal service to children in high-poverty areas. The CEP serves as an alternative to collecting, approving and verifying household eligibility applications for free- and reduced-price eligible students in high-poverty Local Education Agencies (LEAs). If at least 40 percent of a school’s students are directly certified for free meal benefits, the entire school qualifies for the option. “I am proud that Summers County Schools will be participating in the CEP program to help meet a crucial need for many students in our county,” said, Mr. David Warvel, Superintendent of Summers County Schools. “We know academic achievement increases when our students are well-fed and ready to learn, and we must provide secure and reliable access to nutritious meals, so all students have a chance to achieve at the highest level possible.” Summers County expects to have 4 schools participate in the CEP. The 4- schools participating are as follows: Summers County Comprehensive High School, Hinton Area Elementary School, Talcott Elementary School, and Jumping Branch Elementary School. The program allows the school system to feed nearly 1,400 students each day. The 2017 Feeding America: Map the Meal Gap data reports high levels of food insecurity and hunger across the country. In West Virginia, more than 14 percent of residents, and over 79,000 children, live in food insecure households. For more information, contact ……. Dr. Linda Knott, Director of Student Services 304-466-6000
The West Virginia Division of Rehabilitation Services offers unique opportunities for the future success of our students.
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT Summers county Schools will be destroying special education records that have been inactive for at least 6 years, through June 1, 2017. If you wish to obtain a copy of your special education records, please send a written request before August 31, 2023, to: Linda D. Knott, ED.D. Director of Student Services Summers County Schools 418 Temple Street Hinton, WV 25951 304-466-6000
Summers County teachers and administrators recently spent a week learning from experts across the state and nation at the Invest Conference.