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Deputies investigating hidden camera in Clay County Middle School locker room

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CLAY, WV - The Clay County Sheriff's Department are investigating allegations of a hidden camera placed in a girl's locker room at Clay County Middle School. According to Superintendent Joseph Paxton, officials are not able to confirm that a camera was placed inside the girl's locker room, however they are treating the issue "very seriously" and that they cooperating with police for the investigation. Paxton says that they are considering this an, "student-related inc...

Judge Judy will Speak at South Charleston High School Graduation

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Judge Judy will speak at South Charleston High School's graduation at the Charleston Civic Center on May 20th, 2017.

13 Reasons Why Not - What are Schools Doing? - Part 1

What are administers, educator, and counselors across West Virginia doing in response to the show?

Police: Former KY High School Coach Arrested for Taking Photos of a Girl Changing

A former high school swim coach has been arrested after authorities say he took photos of a girl while she was changing clothes in a restroom.

Michelle Obama criticizes Trump school lunch decision

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Former first lady Michelle Obama is criticizing a Trump administration decision to delay federal rules aimed at making school lunches healthier.

University could be 1st in Ohio to allow concealed weapons

A small Ohio school could become the first college in the state to allow concealed weapons on campus.

Bus Added for Elkview Middle and Clendenin Elementary Students

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Kanawha County Board of Education is an additional school bus due to overcrowding on the buses coming from the Clendenin area for Elkview Middle and Clendenin Elementary students. 

Safety Tips for Riding the School Bus

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With school just around the corner, Kanawha County School bus drivers are reminding students of important safety rules to follow on the bus. KCS bus aide Rita Vineyard says many students forget basic safety rules because of the excitement that comes with the first day back. Here are a few Vineyard says you need to remember.

Clicks in the Classroom : Teachers, students prep for 2016-17 academic year

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"It's been pretty amazing," said 7th Grade Math Teacher Anne Hall. Hall, a seventh grade math teacher from John Adams Middle School has seen the evolution and inclusion of technology in the classroom during a career that has spanned two decades.  "We had calculators when I first started now everything is on our phone."  It's not just the students that are on their phones, so are the teachers, incorporating everything from apps to augmented reality as...

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