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School Board Gets Updated Designs

Laundry list of problems at Cameron also addressed

November 20, 2013

MOUNDSVILLE — Architects for the John Marshall High School renovation project presented the Marshall County Board of Education with updated designs for the building’s entrance and connecting walkway......

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mikeyd

Nov-20-13 4:48 PM

and when you're convinced that the gas heat requires more electric than the electric heat.

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VincentVega

Nov-20-13 4:39 PM

SHAMELESS IGNORANCE!

Mr. Gilbert's honest, albeit often misdirected sincerity is much less dangerous than Ms.Kestner's pseudo grandstanding.

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Jessie26

Nov-20-13 2:39 PM

Hey, Tom Gilbert: Let's do something out of the ordinary like teach the students of Marshall County how to read and write. Sounds like the county isn't concerned about the cost of renovations but why should they be, they're stealing it from every Marshall County taxpayer. Vote NO to future levies.

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wvhoopie2

Nov-20-13 12:45 PM

Have they address anything about football injuries in the lower levels? This board has their needs and wants mixed up to the point that education comes in last place in their meetings.

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wvhoopie2

Nov-20-13 12:43 PM

It is sometimes hard to believe these people are the educated when they spend taxpayer dollars. Vote them all out and elect common people they would spend the money on education not Good Housekeeping affairs.

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DinoCrocetti

Nov-20-13 10:28 AM

Maybe Mr. GILBERT can have another "scoreboard" put in in front of the school or just move the one on the football field so it can be used more than 15-20 times a year.

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hillbillyangel

Nov-20-13 9:37 AM

" Architects for the John Marshall High School renovation project presented the Marshall County Board of Education with updated designs for the building's entrance and connecting walkway between the main and performing arts buildings." BUT no prices were available at the meeting? Seriously?

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VincentVega

Nov-20-13 9:10 AM

MATH & CHEMISTRY TEACHERS NEEED AT JOHN MARSHALL HIGH SCHOOL!

Marshall County School officials actually said they mistook polyeurathane bubbles for rainwater? This brilliant observation puts to rest their concern for a leaking roof. It does however lend support to the allegation of unabated irrationality among educational leaders!

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Triton

Nov-20-13 8:19 AM

Wish I could attend these meetings just for entertainment value. Hey, the same people who brought us the CHS debacle are going to spend more money and do another building. That is high dollar comedy. Already planning on the building being very stylish and have "pop out" value...but no mention of utility and education. Didn't this start out as needing to replace the HVAC system? We are now going for the Vegas look, but wait maybe there will have to a junket to Vegas to study buildings.

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mikeyd

Nov-20-13 8:00 AM

who cares what the building looks like?with bad administration you can put the lipstick on the pig and it'll still be a pig.pay attention to the kids.if they can't read you may as well throw your money into the welfare pool.

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SMART1

Nov-20-13 7:40 AM

Maybe call in former Supt Renzella for advise! He sure took us for a ride!

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dyingov

Nov-20-13 6:51 AM

When it's not YOUR money!

"I really want (the building) to pop out like you've never seen it," board member Tom Gilbert said. "I'm hoping we can do something out of the ordinary."

Is Frank Lloyd Wright available! LOL

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