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    Mingo Central Comprehensive High School has been named a 2015-16 Premier Career & Technical Education Site by the West Virginia Board of Education. MCHS Principal Teresa Jones, Assistant Principal (CTE) Marcella Charles, CTE teachers Doug Martin and Debra Catron, and Superintendent Dr. Robert Bobbera were on hand to accept the award. MCHS joins centers in Logan County and Hancock County as the only premier CTE sites in West Virginia for 2015-16. (Read more in the September 10 edition of the Charleston Gazette-Mail.)

    In the news

    Monday, May 23, 2016
    Diana Wellman of Burch Elementary School was named 2015-16 Mingo County Teacher of the Year, and Peggy Runyon of Matewan PK-8 School was named 2015-16 Mingo County Service Personnel of the Year.
    Monday, May 23, 2016
    Students led by Gifted teacher Carolyn Hager and Title I teacher Lynn Barker visited Charleston as part of 2016 Youth and Government Seminars, sponsored by Ohio-West Virginia Youth Leadership Association.
    Sunday, May 1, 2016 Read more
    Williamson Daily News mentioned the American Culinary Federation West Virginia chapter Student of the Year award won by Karie Montgomery, a former student at Gilbert High School and graduate of the ProStart program taught by Mingo Central High School's Dan Sizemore.

    Upcoming events

    Tuesday, June 7, 2016
    Mingo County Board of Education regular meeting (5:00 pm at the Central Office) Agenda
    Tuesday, June 14, 2016
    Mingo County Board of Education workshop (1:00 pm at the Central Office) Agenda

    Congratulations to Dingess Elementary School, the elementary school with the top attendance in the state of West Virginia in March!