21st Century Skills & Communication
Hampshire County Schools acknowledges the importance of technology to their students' futures. Technological literacy is an essential component of job readiness, citizenry, and life. Students must not only become competent in the use of technology and associated applications, they must be able to apply their skills to practical situations.
The county also is dedicated to facilitating communication between parents, students, teachers, and the public via electronic communication such as the Hampshire County Schools web page, the various schools' Edline home pages, email, School Messenger phone alerts, and other means. Meet the Hampshire County Technology Team.
Online Educational Resources
- CyberTipLine - site to report online exploitation of children
- Instructional Resources and Links for Students, Parents, and Teachers
- Internet Safety Links for Parents
- STAR Reading and STAR Math Resources
- SMARTBoard Resources
Hampshire County Job Postings Are Now On FrontlineAll jobs in Hampshire County Schools are now posted on Frontline - West Virginia K12 Jobs. Applications are accepted though the Frontline site only. Job listings will no longer appear on this website & notifications will not be sent out for new listings. Read on to learn more...
Teacher & Service Person of the Year HonoredCynthia Corbin, a Title I Reading Specialist at Capon Bridge Elementary, was named the 2023 Teacher of the Year and Katie Buckley, a Cafeteria Manager & Cook at Augusta Elementary was named the Service Person of the Year. Read on...
Names & Mascots Revealed for New Elementary SchoolsThe names & mascots chosen by the students for the new schools are: Augusta (Central) will be Windy Ridge Elementary - Honey Bees, Romney (West) will be South Branch Elementary - Black Bears, & Slanesville (North) will be Ice Mountain Elementary - Yetis. Read on to learn why these names were chosen......