Harrison County schools to move to online instruction; offer wifi outside schools

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CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Harrison County Schools have placed Wi-Fi zones at all of its food distribution sites throughout the county so that families can use the internet to download materials and resources and participate in online instruction, according to a news release from the board of education.

Starting Monday, April 13, Harrison County Schools will move completely to an electronic instruction model.

The following schools are offering the hotspots:

  • Adamston Elementary – Back Parking Area
  • Big Elm Elementary – Front Bus Loop and Front Parking Area
  • Board of Education Building/WI Middle – Board of Education East Parking Area
  • Bridgeport Middle School – BMS Parking Area
  • Liberty High School – Front Loop/Lawn, and Academic Parking Area (Tennis Court Side)
  • Lincoln High/Middle – Entire Front Parking Area
  • Lumberport Elementary – Back Parking Area
  • North View Elementary – Front and
  • Nutter Fort Elementary — Bus Loop
  • Salem Elementary – Back Parking Area
  • South Harrison – Front Parking Area Closest to the Middle School
  • West Milford Elementary – Front Parking Area
  • Wilsonburg Elementary – Front Drive, Lawn, and Parking Area

You can read the letter Harrison County Superintendent Dr. Mark Manchin sent to parents here.

More information is available on the board’s website.

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