Berkeley County Schools

SBA Makes History With $150 Million Funding

The state’s School Building Authority made history on Wednesday supplementing needy school districts statewide while bringing about a potential end to concerns over a nearly half billion-dollar federal clawback.

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Berkeley County Schools Close Following Network Outage, Safety Concerns

Students in Berkeley County stayed home from school Monday following a “security incident” Friday involving a network outage that limited IT operations.

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Returning Home: Berkeley County Special Education Teacher Lifts Up Students With Disabilities

As part of our “Returning Home” series, education reporter Liz McCormick sat down with Berkeley County resident and educator Elizabeth Anne Greer Mobley. Mobley moved from Maryland to Martinsburg with her family when she was 14. The now 30-year-old mother of three is passionate about improving special education for K-12 students in West Virginia.

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Communities, Schools Across West Virginia Come Together To Feed Students

Schools across West Virginia closed Monday, March 16, for at least two weeks in an effort to help stem the transmission of the coronavirus. Since the…

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