C.W. Shipley Elementary
652 Shipley School Road
Harpers Ferry, WV 25425
Ian Hillman, Principal


  • Enjoying company and networking.

     C.W. Shipley's business partners and volunteers enjoynig their breakfast.

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  • Thank you!


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  • Essential pieces!

    Thank you to our business partners and volunteers.  YOU are an essential piece of the C.W. Shipley team!

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  • Tuesday May 24th C.W. Shipley honored those currently serving, along with Veterans
    in our community in an Armed Services Day Celebration.  We wanted to say Thank You to all of those individuals who attended and who have served or are serving our country

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    Our Student Council, Art Students and Chorus did an excellent job!

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    Thank you to Mrs. Szemborski, our organizer of the fair, all of our teachers that guided their students, and all of our students and families that participated in our first annual literacy fair! 

    MT Literacy Fair Literacy Fair IB Literacy Fair

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  • Thank you so much to Jennifer O'Connell, author, artist and illustrator for visiting our school and discussing her process of writing and illustrating her book, The Eye of the Whale. A Rescue Story!  

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    JC 2

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  • Congratulations to Addie Gibbons (Orange Collograph Print), Elisabeth Gottlieb (Rag Doll), & Maddie Secrist (Abstract Self Portrait - top) for being recognized Sunday for their art work at an art gallery in Charles Town.  Great job girls!


    AG   EG MS

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  • Geography Bee

    Congratulations to Cassidy Rucker for qualifying

    for the National Geography Bee Competition!

    Good Luck!

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    Congratulations to Danielle Pallay for being recognized by the WVAEA for Youth Art Month!

    Danielle Pallay


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  • Students in Ms. Duck's class participating in a STEAM activity, Kat Spotts, Isabella Laramie, and Camden Mulligan were given a reading selection, and were "stranded on a deserted island" by "Sgt. O'Neil". They had to figure out how to light up their "beacon" in order to be rescued. Great work!

    Mrs. Duck's Class

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