TWO WEBSTER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL ALUMNI RECEIVE ANITA HESS-PUGH FUTURE EDUCATOR SCHOLARSHIP

Two Webster County High School alumni have been awarded the Anita Hess-Pugh Future Educator Scholarship. WCHS Class of 2019 graduate Tanya Hammons and WCHS Class of 2014 and West Virginia University Class of 2019 graduate Samantha Stout received the scholarships at WCHS’ annual senior awards day. The scholarship, managed and endowed by the Webster County Education Association, will provide Hammons and Stout each with a $500 scholarship.

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TWO WEBSTER COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS RECEIVE ANITA HESS-PUGH FUTURE EDUCATOR SCHOLARSHIP

A Cowen student and Erbacon student have received the Anita Hess-Pugh Future Educator Scholarship. Webster County High School seniors Brieanna Wayne and Mathias Palmer received the award at WCHS’ annual senior awards day. The scholarship, managed and endowed by the Webster County Education Association, will provide Wayne and Palmer each with a $500 scholarship.

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You’ve Got Questions. We’ve Got Answers

Find out the answers to your questions related to RIFs, transfers, employee rights and more. Join the WCEA for our employee rights Q&A session. It’s Monday, December 18th at 5:30 in the WCHS Media Center.  This event is open to all teachers and service personnel regardless of membership. Light refreshments will be available.

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Anita Hess-Pugh Future Educators Scholarship Applications Available

Seniors at Webster County High School can apply for the 2017 Anita Hess-Pugh Future Educators Scholarship. Application forms are available from the counselor or can be downloaded on our webpage. Application forms and all supporting materials are due April 1st.

An update on our past scholarship recipients:

Taylor Anderson (2015) is finishing her sophomore year at Fairmont State University and is majoring in elementary education. Taylor is also the first sophomore that has ever been named as a resident supervisor for FSU’s residence halls.

Valaree Brown (2015) is finishing her sophomore year at West Virginia Wesleyan College. Valaree is currently majoring in graphic arts and design and is a member of the WVWC Cheerleading squad.

Dorothy Davis (2016) is a freshman at Glenville State College. Dorothy is majoring in secondary education with a focus on middle school English/Language Arts. Dorothy is planning to take her Praxis Core test later this spring/summer.

Kara Lewis (2016) is a freshman at Fairmont State University. Kara is majoring in elementary education and plans to focus on early elementary education. Kara is also planning to take her Praxis Core test later this spring/summer.

Two Students Receive Anita-Hess Pugh Future Educator Scholarship

Dorothy Davis receives the Anita Hess-Pugh Future Educator Scholarship
Dorothy Davis receives the Anita Hess-Pugh Future Educator Scholarship
Kara Lewis receives the Anita Hess-Pugh Future Educator Scholarship
Kara Lewis receives the Anita Hess-Pugh Future Educator Scholarship

A Diana student and Webster Springs student have received the Anita Hess-Pugh Future Educator Scholarship. Webster County High School seniors Dorothy Davis and Kara Lewis received the award at the school’s annual Awards Day. The scholarship, managed and endowed by the Webster County Education Association, will provide Davis and Lewis each with a $500 scholarship.

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Raffle to Support Scholarship Fund

Win some classroom supplies and help the next generation of professional educators! The Webster County Education Association is raffling a goodie basket filled with assorted classroom supplies and a mobile speaker during the county-wide staff opening session on Monday, August 17th. Current and renewing members of the WCEA will receive one complimentary ticket in the drawing. Those who join the WCEA that day will also receive one free complimentary ticket. All additional tickets as well as tickets for non-members are $1.00 each. All funds go toward the Anita Hess-Pugh Future Educator Scholarship Fund.

Two Webster County High School Seniors Receive Inaugural Anita Hess-Pugh Future Educator Scholarship

A Webster Springs student and Hacker Valley student have received the inaugural Anita Hess-Pugh Future Educator Scholarship. Webster County High School seniors Taylor Anderson and Valaree Brown received the award at the school’s annual Awards Day. The scholarship, managed and endowed by the Webster County Education Association, will provide Anderson and Brown each with a $500 scholarship.

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