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Welcome to

Peterstown Middle School 

A WV Success School,

  WV High Progress Reward School,

WV School of Excellence!

Home of the Pirates

Principal
Leslie Ferguson
56 College Drive, Peterstown, WV 24963
304-753-4322
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                               Be Responsible, Be Respectful

It's Back to School Time!  Virtual classes begin September 8.

 

20-21 Supply List for 7th Graders

 McPherson – Math

-One subject notebook or section in a binder dedicated for math notes

-Additional paper for daily work

-Ruler

-Compass

-Protractor

-Tissues / Hand Sanitizer / Clorox wipes

 

Gravely- World Geography

-Paper

-Regular pencils / Erasers

-Tissues/Hand sanitizer / Clorox wipes

-Binder or an additional pocket in a binder to hold study guides and class assignments

 

Dusold –English/LA

-Headphones

- Composition notebook

- College ruled notebook

- Highlighters

-Tissues / Hand sanitizer /Clorox wipes

 

Williams – Science

-Colored pencils & highlighters

-Composition notebook for labs

-Ruler

-Tissues / Hand sanitizer / Clorox wipes

-2 inch binder

-binder dividers – 5

 

Students will use the following in all classes: pencils, colored pencils, crayons, markers, erasers.

 

 

Mrs. Putnam's 6th Graders

4 notebooks

3 composition books

loose leaf paper

pencils/erasers

glue sticks

scissors

highlighters

colored pencils

earbuds

tissues

disinfecting wipes

hand sanitizer

 

5th Grader Supply List

General Supplies

Hand held pencil sharpener

Pencils/erasers

Colored pencils

Scissors

White glue

Earbuds/headphones

Pencil bag

Paper/Notebooks for each subject

Kleenex/wipes for classroom use

Gym shoes

English/Language Arts

Composition notebook

Math

Three prong binder-vinyl covered

White board markers

Composition notebook

Social Studies/Science

Two composition notebooks

 

 

 

 

 

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Angela Parker's eighth grade reading class launched the new school year reading the classic novel, To Kill a Mockingbird. Students embraced the idea of inclusion with their posters showing their feelings around the issue of racism. The eighth grade students have done an excellent job with their work, showing that people can unite as one appreciating diversity and equality. If only all adults could adopt their attitudes about tolerance the world would be better place!

----Patti Chlepas, Co-Teacher

                                                          

Congratulations Mrs. Ferguson, awarded Monroe County Principal of the Year!

Recognition also to:

Karsyn Dusold- PMS Teacher of the Year

Naomi Walker - Cook of the Year

Nellie Cottle - TIS Excellence in Education Award

Ashley Mann - Gifted Teacher Excellence in Education Award

 

 

 

Thank you, Ladies!

 

By order of Governor Jim Justice, all West Virginia public schools will open on September 8..

 

Wash your hands!

Cover your coughs and sneezes!

Don't share drinks!

Stay home if you have a fever or are sick!

 

 

      


Board of Education Meeting 

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A special assembly was held on October 16 to celebrate the generous donation of musical instruments to PMS by the VH1 Foundation.  Chiho Feindler, senior director of programs & policy, with VH1 Save The Music, spoke to the students about the program supporting music education in all 55 West Virginia counties.  Superintendent Joetta Basile commented on the fine performance of the National Athemn by the band, and the support of the "Save the Music" grant.  The Commissioner of WV Department of Arts, Culture, and History, Randall Reid-Smith, congratulated Director Seth Elmore and band members on their performance.  The assembly concluded with Commissioner Reid-Smith leading the group in singing "Take Me Home Country Roads".

5th grade PMS students of the month for October.

Brayden French and Alyssa Grimmett

     WV School Building Authority has approved funding for construction of a new school for Peterstown.  Superintendent of Monroe County Schools, Mrs. Joetta Basile, made the announcement at an all school assembly on Dec. 12.  The project has begun.

 


Peterstown Middle School recognized Deputy Rodriguez today for his quick response yesterday to a reported threat on campus. We are so fortunate to have a PRO in each of our schools. Also a huge thanks to our WV State Police and Sheriff’s Department for responding and keeping our students safe! --- Monroe County Schools Facebook post

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September County Newsletter


 

           

Monroe County Prosecuting Attorney, Justin St. Clair, spoke to PMS students about potential criminal activities.  He addressed tobacco use (Juuls), bullying, drug abuse and addiction, sexting, truancy and the consequences of these illegal activities.  Thank you, Mr. St. Clair for encouraging our students to make good choices.


 

9-11 Remembrance Ceremony

A memorial ceremony was held at PMS on the morning of September 11 in honor of the lives lost in the attack on September 11, 2001.  Local first responders, veterans, Board of Education members, students, faculty, and staff attended the observance. 

The program was presented by members of the National Junior Honor Society, sponsored by Mrs. Angela Parker. 

Dedication of new flagpole and flag

Thank you WoodmenLife for this meaningful addition to our campus.

Wellness Center

Licensed Psychologist, Elizabeth Jennings, has joined the staff of the school's Wellness Center.  She will be available to counsel students on issues such as poor school performance, behavioral problems, grief, adjustment, anger management, depression, and anxiety.  Contact the Wellness Center for more information  304.753.6960.

 


 

7th Graders visit to Country View Assisted Living

7th grade students in Mrs. Dusold’s Language Arts Class at Peterstown Middle School  read the novel Tuesdays with Morrie written by Mitch Albom. The story is about a young student and his dying professor who spend Tuesdays together discussing life lessons. Throughout the novel, students have completed activities that correlate with the life lessons Morrie talked about in the story. One of the lessons revolves around about devoting yourself to your community and the importance of spending time with others when you are able.

Several students at PMS were chosen to visit Country View Assisted Living to spend time with a resident. The students were given interview questions and spent the afternoon discussing different topics with that person. They were able to provide company to a resident while learning stories about their life. The students really enjoyed the trip. There were tears and laughter as the students listened to the stories of someone they have never met. The students learned many valuable lessons while reading this novel, one of the most important was being kind to others and showing them you care. The students on the trip were respectful and attentive while conducting their interviews.

PMS students and teachers would like to thank Country View Assisted Living for allowing us to visit. We had a great time and cannot wait to come back!


Chromebooks for students- Please contact Bobbie Tuggle (btuggle@k12.wv.us) if you have any questions.


 


Thank You Boy Scouts- Jamboree 2017 for your "Day of Service" with lots of painting at PMS. 


Thank You Celanese workers for volunteering to make improvements at Peterstown Middle School.  The new access to the bleachers, painted concession stand, and additions to the dressing room benefit the athletic programs in our community.  We appreciate your dedication to our school!

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