Board of Education Recognizes Students and Staff
From left to right: Ranson Elementary School principal, Debra Corbett stands with board president Scott Sudduth, to recognize Ranson Elementary as a High Progress Reward School. A High Progress Reward School means the school achieved progress in the growth component of the West Virginia Accountability Index with no significant achievement gaps across student groups.
From left to right: Tenth-grade english teacher at Washington High School, Jason Smith stands with board president, Scott Sudduth to accept his certificate highlighting his innovative Hole Punch Project that brings awareness to students about culturally oppressed groups.
From left to right: Jefferson High School student, Mitchell Wajda stands with board president, Scott Sudduth to honor his recent distinction as Best Actor of 2015 by the West Virginia Theatre Association.
From left to right: Cultural coordinator of Jefferson County Schools, Arthena Roper stands with board president, Scott Sudduth to recognize her efforts to challenge students academically and socially.
From left to right: Jefferson High student, Robert Barrat, board president Scott Sudduth, and Jefferson High student, Samuel DiLima stand in recognition of the students' success at the West Virginia State Science Fair.