Sixth graders study science as annual Olympiad returns | Journal news

SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – Jefferson County’s sixth-grade students enjoyed an out-of-the-classroom learning experience this week as they traveled from their schools to Sam Michaels Park to participate in the annual Science Olympiad. The program has been on hold since the onset of COVID-19, returning over six days this week. “We brought one school a day, even … Read more

Berkeley Co. Schools to send three to International Science & Engineering Fair | Journal news

Hedgesville High freshman Abigail Snider emphasized time and time again that she never considered her science interests would take her far in a recent interview. Snider is one of three young females who will be representing Berkeley County Schools at the International Science & Engineering Fair, the other two moving forward being Spring Mills freshman … Read more

Middle school FBLA club teaches leadership in business, life | Nvdaily

STRASBURG – Nathaniel Gilmore and his group of 10 eighth graders are pioneers. After starting a new chapter of the Future Business Leaders of America at Signal Knob Middle School in August 2021, the club has been laying the groundwork for the students who will follow in their footsteps. “Here’s an opportunity to set the … Read more

Middle school, high school students explore science at Shepherd University | Journal news

SHEPHERDSTOWN – Shepherd University’s Seeding Your Future Initiative recently received a $ 515 grant from the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology to offer four science workshops to area middle and high school students. The grant money is being used to purchase supplies for the free workshops that are designed to introduce students to … Read more