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Hampshire County uses the LiveGrades online program for maintaining electronic grades and it enables online communication between teachers, students and parents.

Many teachers regularly send email messages to the parents about student's projects, homework and missing assignments. Parents can contact the teacher to ask question and/or schedule conferences. 

Parents should have their own parental accounts in order to view teachers communication, and not rely on using the students' accounts which may not show the teachers' emails, etc.  Sign up today if you haven't already.


Student Accounts:
Students entering Middle and High School for the first time will have their student accounts activated at school at the beginning of the school year.  Accounts remain active as long as the student remains at that school.  (Elementary student accounts are not routinely activated but parents may obtain accounts to view their children's information.)

Parent Accounts:
Parent accounts are separate from student accounts and allow a parent to view multiple students' information with one login even across different schools.  New parent account activation codes can be obtained at the school Parent Night Open House/Back-to-School visitations or by calling or emailing Lori Gnegy using the contact information below. (The parent accounts remain active as long as they are connected to an active student account, but have to be updated to connect to students who have changed schools.)

If you have technical or access questions about LiveGrades, please contact Lori Gnegy, Director of Technology, at or phone - 304-822-3528, ext. 160 or Julie Crawford, Technology Integration Specialist, at or phone 304-822-3528, ext. 165.  If no answer, leave a message with your contact information (phone or email) and be sure to include the student(s) names and school(s) for whom you wish to establish accounts.

Click to go to the Login for LiveGrades

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Hampshire County Schools
111 School Street
Romney, WV 26757
Jeffrey Pancione
Interim Superintendent
Phone: (304) 822-3528
Fax: (304) 822-3540
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