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OCS Schools

SchoolGrades ArrivalDismissalPhone NumberPrincipal
Bethlethem ElementaryPK-59:103:40304.243.0350Stacy Greer
Elm Grove ElementaryPK-59:15345304.243.0363Richard Dunlevy
Madison ElementaryPK-58:153:50304.243.0366Walt Saunders
Middle Creek ElementaryPK-59:003:30304.243.0369Michelle Snyder
Ritchie ElementaryPK-58:303:00304.243.0372John Jorden
Steenrod ElementaryPK-58:203:00304.243.0356Michelle Diedrich
West Liberty ElementaryPK-58:203:00304.336.7221Stacy Greer
Woodsdale ElementaryPK-59:153:45304.243.0378Kimberly Miller
Warwood SchoolPK-8(PK-5)



Robb Bauer
Bridge Street Middle6-88:303:30304.243.0381Raquel McCleod
Triadelphia Middle6-88:153:15304.243.0387Ann Coleman
Wheeling Middle6-88:153:15304.243.0425Richard McCardle
Wheeling Park High 9-127:262:30304.243.0400Amy Minch


Professional Development Schools

All 13 Ohio County Schools participate in the West Liberty University Professional Development School collaboration.

WLU School of Education Dean Beth Musser explained that the Professional Development School program focuses on student learning, professional development for teachers and pre-service teachers and research inquiry. This program provides a wonderful opportunity for WLSC students to gain hands-on experience, while benefiting Ohio County Schools.

Madison Elementary School was the first to join the PDS group in 1998 when a grant was received to field test National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Educators Standards for professional development schools. Triadelphia Middle School and Wheeling Park High School soon followed as members of the partnership. Elm Grove Elementary, Ritchie Elementary, Bridge Street Middle, Wheeling Middle, Warwood School, West Liberty Elementary, Bethlehem Elementary, Middle Creek Elementary, Steenrod Elementary, and Woodsdale Elementary schools are recent partners.

The program is part of a statewide network of public schools and a higher education partnership called the West Virginia Partnership for Teacher Quality. The group focuses on positively impacting learning for West Virginia’s children by enhancing the quality of the educators and their professional development.

The partnership receives funding from the Benedum Foundation, West Liberty University Foundation and the West Virginia Department of Education and the Arts.