St. Paul School will be open 9am-12pm Monday through Thursday unless an appointment is made. Also July 7th-24th the school and office will be closed.
Congratulations to Mrs. Michele Martin (on right in photo above), Eighth Grade Homeroom and Math teacher, for receiving the Silver Apple award presented by the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston for outstanding teaching.
Congratulations to sixth grader, Olivia Shafer, who won first place in the annual Gettysburg Address Contest held at the Brooke County Courthouse. The bust of Abraham Lincoln will remain at the school until next year’s contest.
Congratulations to Tommy Charnie, seventh-grade student, who was selected as the statewide winner of the 2016-2017 West Virginia Municipal League “If I Were Mayor, I Would…” essay contest. He was recognized by Weirton Mayor Harold Miller. Tommy received a plaque and $250 for winning the contest.
St. Paul School is proud to announce the 2016-17 School Year Aquinas Medal winner Eighth Grader, Delia Givens. Congratulations to Delia and her family! Standing with Delia are her parents Rich and Shellie Givens and Principal Lucas Parsons. Each school year the Wheeling-Charleston Diocese awards one student from each Catholic school in the diocese with the […]
St. Paul School is currently accepting resumes for a Certified English Teacher for fifth through eighth grades. The job could start as soon as March. Please send all resumes to Mr. Parsons at firstname.lastname@example.org or by mail to St. Paul School c/o Mr. Lucas Parsons, Principal, 140 Walnut Street, Weirton, WV 26062.
2016-2017 Honor Roll (3)
St. Paul School students collected cups of macaroni and cheese to help contribute to the Feed for Success Backpack Program run through CHANGE Inc and the Weirton Elementary Health Center. The program helps identify students in the Hancock County School District that might not have the resources to have meals on the weekends. Staff members […]