In order to help students prepare for academic success, the West Virginia Department of Education is providing Office 365 student email accounts. These accounts include Microsoft Office for every student free of charge. With Office 365, students will now have access to the latest version of Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and many other Microsoft Office products.
Students will be provided access to an online version of Office 2013 as well the ability to install a full version of Office 2013 on up to 5 compatible PCs and Macs. In addition, students will receive access to Microsoft’s cloud storage – OneDrive. This Office 365 subscription lasts for as long as students are enrolled in Jefferson County Schools.
School Immunization Requirements for
7th and 12th Graders
Students entering 7th and 12th grades in West Virginia are required to have the following shots before they can begin classes:
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Please direct any questions concerning immunization requirements to Julie Gray, RN at the Jefferson County Health Department by telephone (304-728-8416) or email (Julie.email@example.com).
For more information, please contact: Mary Ellen Lloyd, Facilitator of Student Support Services, by telephone (304-728-9235) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Jefferson County Health Department is currently holding immunization clinics
every Thursday from 9-11 a.m. and 1-3 p.m.
The efforts of these agencies include a variety of pro-active measures such as school visits, reviews of crisis management plans, and participation in emergency code drills. Staff members also undergo annual training in emergency procedures and throughout the year, students and staff participate in emergency drills to prepare for a situation that we hope will never occur. In addition, all schools have security systems that require identification before persons are allowed to enter the respective buildings.
The safety of our students and staff continues to be paramount. A review of your son or daughter’s school emergency plan is one way parents can help locally. In addition, parents, students and the community at large can help the system by reporting any suspicious activity to Jefferson County Schools, local law enforcement or to the West Virginia Safe Schools Hotline (1-866-723-3982).