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TCHS Class of 2016 celebrates graduation

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By Beth Christian BroschartThe Parsons Advocate PARSONS – The threat of rain gave way to a great evening featuring a beautiful rainbow as bright as the future ahead for the 83 Tucker County High School graduates that gathered Thursday at the R.H. Armstrong Field at the Class of 1984 Alumni Stadium in Parsons.Skyler Humphrey performed the National More...

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By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, June 1st, 2016
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McNemar receives Outstanding Clinician Award

Caitlin Rennay McNemar formerly Maxwell is a 2016 Allegany Community College of Maryland Graduate with her Diploma and Degree in Respiratory Therapy. She was also the recipient of the William B. McKinley Outstanding More...

By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, June 1st, 2016
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Tucker County resident receives degree from Shepherd University

SHEPHERDSTOWN, WV—Seven hundred and sixty-eight students received degrees during Shepherd University’s 143rd Commencement on May 7. James A. Leach, chair in public affairs, visiting professor of law, and More...

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By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, June 1st, 2016
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Tucker County High School participates in Google Grant Taking Students to Carnegie Science Center

Hambleton, W.Va. – Why does STEM matter? Students with a background in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) will be better prepared for college and careers because they have developed a mind for problem-solving More...

A Record 137 Students Graduate Eastern; Golder & Hanlin Each Earn 3 Diplomas: A record 137 graduates — including Davis’ Paul E. Golder and Thomas’ Cory S. Hamlin — earned a record 167 credentials at Eastern WV Community and Technical College’s 2016 Commencement May 14. Hanlin, who graduated with honors, and Golder each received 2 certificates, in Electromechanical Technology and Wind Energy Technology, and an associate in applied science (AAS) degree in Wind Energy Technology. Three Commencement speakers focused on the importance of taking personal responsibility to overcome adversity and failure and to achieve success.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, May 25th, 2016
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A RECORD 137 STUDENTS GRADUATE EASTERN; GOLDER & HANLIN EACH EARN 3 DIPLOMAS

A Record 137 Students Graduate Eastern; Golder & Hanlin Each Earn 3 Diplomas: A record 137 graduates — including Davis’ Paul E. Golder and Thomas’ Cory S. Hamlin — earned a record 167 credentials at More...

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By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, May 18th, 2016
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Members of the Tucker County High School Senior Class 2016

Members of the 2016 graduating class of Tucker County High School are:  Alexis Adkins, Taylor Ambrose, Bethany Barwnczak, Andrew Bennett, Sierra Bennett, Zachary Bishoff, Scottie Bowley, Aidan Bunnell, Jonna Burnside, More...

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TCHS senior Kyle Stemple enjoys theater and wrote his own play, The Relationship, that was part of four one act plays performed at the school last week.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, May 18th, 2016
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TCHS senior writes, directs play

Photo by Beth Christian BroschartTCHS senior Kyle Stemple enjoys theater and wrote his own play, The Relationship, that was part of four one act plays performed at the school last week. By Beth Christian BroschartThe More...

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Davis Thomas Elementary Middle School Principal Alicia Lambert explains about the eight thinking maps used by students in every content area taught in the school. Tucker County BOE members held their regular meeting Monday at DTEMS and had the opportunity to ask questions about the graphic organizer techniques intended to correspond with eight different fundamental thinking processes the students are using as visual tools for learning.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, May 11th, 2016
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Lambert explains Think Maps to BOE

Photo by Beth Christian BroschartDavis Thomas Elementary Middle School Principal Alicia Lambert explains about the eight thinking maps used by students in every content area taught in the school. Tucker County BOE More...