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2011-03-08 11:30:00

CHARLESTON, W.Va., March 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Awards were presented to 12 outstanding West Virginia classroom teachers today by the Arch Coal Foundation. Announcement of the recipients of the statewide teacher recognition awards was made by Arch Coal Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Steven F. Leer. He was accompanied by West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin and West Virginia Education Association (WVEA) Executive Director David Haney. The 12...

2010-03-09 13:14:00

CHARLESTON, W.Va., March 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Prestigious Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Awards were presented to 12 outstanding West Virginia classroom teachers today by the Arch Coal Foundation. Announcement of the 12 teachers statewide receiving a 2010 Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Award was made by Steven F. Leer, Arch Coal chairman and chief executive officer. He was accompanied by West Virginia Governor Joe Manchin, West Virginia Education Association (WVEA) President Dale Lee...

2009-04-17 12:02:00

'They are our stars of the teaching profession,' said Arch Coal Chairman and CEO CHARLESTON, W.Va., April 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Twelve outstanding West Virginia classroom teachers, with almost 350 years of combined teaching experience, today received prestigious Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Awards during a ceremony at the Clay Center. Joining Arch Coal Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Steven F. Leer in honoring the 12 were Governor Joe Manchin, First Lady Gayle Manchin and West...

2008-07-16 15:01:00

By Kelly Holleran, Charleston Daily Mail, W.Va. Jul. 16--PARKERSBURG -- It's a watershed moment in West Virginia's educational system as the last county in the state does away with its junior highs. For the first time since 1959, ninth-grade freshmen will be walking through the doors of Parkersburg and Parkersburg South high schools this fall as Wood County goes to a middle school system. That makes Wood County the last county in the state to convert all of its grade 10-12 high...


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