WPHS CTE

Pictured is Wheeling Park High School Career and Technical Education Student Dylan Hopkins. Hopkins placed first in West Virginia in the machine trades category of last year's SkillsUSA competition. He hopes to repeat as winner during this year's competition.

WPHS SADD

Wheeling Park High School Students Against Destructive Decisions Members are shown during the school's recent "Tie One On" campaign. The students took part in the project to encourage Patriot students to make safe choices over the course of Homecoming weekend.

 

Project Worm

Wheeling Middle School students are shown in the school's garden during the recent "Project Worm" effort. The project was a partnership with Grow Ohio Valley and Northwood Health Systems in which students used worms to break down organic matter and create nutrient-rich soil.

 

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Steenrod Elementary School – National School Lunch Week

October 11, 2016

Steenrod Elementary School welcomed 90 guests to the school on Oct. 11 for “Lunch with Grandparents” in conjunction with “National School Lunch Week.” Steenrod will be welcoming grandparents, family members and friends to lunch all week as part of “Lunch with Grandparents.” Elm Grove welcomed special visitors for lunch on Oct. 10 as part of “National…

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Bethlehem, West Liberty “Giving Tanks”

October 10, 2016

Bethlehem and West Liberty elementary schools were featured Oct. 7 on WTRF7 for the schools’ “Giving Tanks” projects. The project was initiated by Bethlehem and West Liberty Principal Stacy Greer, and it provided gas cards for cancer patients traveling to hospitals for treatment. Greer is a breast cancer survivor.

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Wheeling Park Homecoming Parade

October 6, 2016

The Wheeling Park High School Homecoming Parade was held Oct. 5.  It was a wonderful event for the students and the community.  

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