Husky Highlights

March 31, 2021

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Dates to Remember

Wednesday, March 31 - We will have Easter treats for our students in the afternoon. Unfortunately, the pandemic restrictions will prevent us from having families attend.

Wednesday, March 31 - Students attend school

Thursday, April 1 - Remote Learning Day

Friday, April 2 - Good Friday Holiday

Saturday, April 3 - Warren District Fire Department is sponsoring an Egg Hunt at Hodgesville Elementary School - 1:00 p.m.

Monday, April 4 - Remote Learning Day

Tuesday, April 5 - Students return to school

Wednesday, April 6 - Students attend school

End of Year Important Dates

The following activities have been tentatively scheduled for the end of the year pending pandemic restrictions. Remember, changes may be made due to guidelines in place at the time.

Friday, May 21 - PK - 2nd Visit WV Wildlife Center with Field Day activities to celebrate STAR growth (students only) - details will be forthcoming

Monday, May 24 - 3rd - 5th Visit WV Wildlife Center with Field Day activities to celebrate WVGSA and STAR growth (students only) - details will be forthcoming

Wednesday, May 26 - Drive Thru Recognition (we have purchased an FM transmitter so sound should be much better). Details will be forthcoming

12:00 - PK

12:30 - K

1:00 - 1st

1:30 - 2nd

2:00 - 3rd

2:30 - 4th

3:00 - 5th

Thursday, May 27 - 3rd - 5th Pool Party to celebrate WVGSA effort and hard work (More details will be forthcoming)


3rd - 5th grade students will take the WV General Summative Assessment to measure their grade level progress the week of May. 17.

It is imperative that students be present and on time during this week.

May 17 - Reading

May 18 - Math

May 20 - Writing

May 21 - Science - 5th grade only

K - 2 students will be completing their final STAR test that week.


The decision has been made NOT to publish a yearbook this year.

Due to all the changes with the pandemic, it has been difficult to maintain routines and to gather enough photos.

We hope to publish a yearbook next year!!

Thank you, Lowes!

A huge shoutout to Lowes for their donation of hand sanitizing wipes.

Huskytastic Summer Learning Fun

Thank you to those who completed the summer learning survey. We had enough interest to proceed to the next step.

We are now ready for our families to sign their children up for the summer learning activities in order to plan staffing.

This will be a unique summer learning experience in that it will integrate STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, math) into learning. Students will learn reading and math skills while participating in hands on learning activities.

While we are still in the planning stages, we know we want to have a weekly field trip. Students in attendance all week will earn a field trip at the end of the week that incorporates the theme of the week.

This will not be a paper pencil worksheet learning session. We will use technology and hands on activities for students to learn in an engaging manner.

One theme we know we will be doing is Going Batty. Students will learn all about caves and caverns and will enjoy a trip to either Smoke Hole Caverns or Seneca Caverns. Other fun themes are in the works and will be shared soon!

Transportation will be provided.

The Huskytastic Summer Fun days will be from 8:00 - 1:00 p.m.

Breakfast and lunch will be served each day to all participants.

We need to determine numbers of attendees in order to plan staffing.

Please sign your child up if you think you are interested. You may cancel your registration at any time. Late registrations will be accepted if space is available.

Please complete a form for each child.

April Menu

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Technology Assistance Request Form

Upshur County Technology Help Desk

Having trouble with your iPad? Can't get logged into Schoology? Complete the form for assistance.

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