GW Winter Sports Take Center Stage
By Connor Moffatt, February 27, 2014 10:38 PM
Five different Patriot sports teams have been grabbing statewide attention recently. The boys swim team floated to a fourth straight state championship last week in relaxed fashion. On the same day, the girls swim team defended their title to win a second straight state championship last Friday. The current buzz is around the wrestling team who won its first regional championship in 50 years and is currently on a run to ride its hot streak with nine qualifiers into states this weekend. Moving on to the sport of the bouncing ball which is then placed through a cylinder, the girls basketball team plays South Charleston Friday in the sectional championship at the South Charleston REC center at 7:00 p.m. Win or lose the girls will still have the chance to advance to states. Also, the Boys basketball team begins the postseason at home on Monday at 7:00 p.m. The tip against Capital will mark the beginning of the state run. Hopefully the Boys basketball team can take a lesson from the boys swim team who beat Capital 231.5-0 in the state meet. Good Luck to all teams and GOOOOOOO SPORTS!!!!!!!
By Kristopher Atkinson, February 25, 2014 2:36 PM
The George Washington High School Concert Band was recently chosen as Honor Band for the state of West Virginia. The concert band submitted a recording of Fanfare and Flourishes, Festival in Russia, and Mighty Mite, to a judging panel. The GW band competed against several other high school groups from around West Virginia, and received the highest average score from all of the judges. The band will be giving their honor concert on Friday, March 21st, in Wheeling.
By Kristopher Atkinson, February 14, 2014 8:54 AM
We now how the updated school calendar on our site! To view it please go to the general info tab and click Calendar or go to this link http://gwhs.kana.k12.wv.us/uploads/KCS_Calendar_Revised.pdf
By Mrs. Napier/Mrs. Legg, February 4, 2014 10:42 AM
Reminder to SENIORS!
Prom tickets are on sale now for SENIORS until February 14th.
Prom will be held on April 5th at the Clay Center. There are only 400 tickets available. All tickets are $30.
You may secure your spot as a senior by putting a deposit down and paying the balance before prom or paying the full ticket amount.
Forms are available in the front office.
After February 14th, JUNIORS will be able to reserve their spots.
If you have any question, please see Mrs. Napier or Mrs. Legg in the office.