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VA Announces Final Community Care Regulations Under MISSION Act.

VA Announces Final Community Care Regulations Under MISSION Act.

Veterans Community Care Program The new Veterans Community Care Program replaces the Veterans Choice Program, which expired June 6, 2019 and was immediately placed into law on the same day. The  U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced the publication in the Federal Register of two final regulations as part of its new Veterans Community Care Program…

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Announcing the September Jan Dils Golden Apple Award!

Fall has arrived, and that means it’s time for the return of the Jan Dils Golden Apple Award! September’s recipient was Lori Mendenhall, first grade teacher at Belmont Elementary School. She said she felt honored and blessed to receive the award. Ms. Mendenhall was nominated for being dedicated, hardworking and always willing to go the…

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Jan Dils Golden Apple Award – May 2015

Our warmest congratulations go to Mrs. Anita Winter, the Jan Dils Golden Apple Award Winner for May 2015. She is a kindergarten teacher at Belpre Elementary School and will be retiring this year after a long and rewarding career. Mrs. Winter was shocked, surprised and honored when her name was announced, and says her love…

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Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, Golden Apple Award Winner – April 2015

Help us congratulate Vicki Rodeheaver, the April 2015 Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, Golden Apple Award Winner! Ms. Rodeheaver is a fourth grade teacher at Franklin Elementary School who has been teaching for 38 years. In that time, she has touched a lot of lives. She mentioned that one of her favorite parts of teaching…

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Congratulations to the March Jan Dils Golden Apple Award Winner!

Today, we are proud to announce the March 2015 Golden Apple Award Winner, Deborah Hartshorn of Wirt County High School! Her students call her classroom a place of encouragement as she goes above and beyond to meet their educational needs.  And she believes it’s all about doing your best. “You set the expectation,” she said.…

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Announcing the February 2015 Golden Apple Award Winner!

Congratulations goes to Sandy Martin, the February 2015 winner of the Jan Dils, Attorneys at Law, Golden Apple Award! A first grade teacher at Gihon Elementary School, Ms. Martin said her favorite part of being a teacher has been watching kids grow and learn. She will be retiring soon, but she’s making the most of…

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Announcing the Jan Dils Golden Apple Award Winner for January!

  Warmest congratulations to Ginger Postlewait, the January winner of the Jan Dils Golden Apple Award! A member of the Wood County Christian School faculty since its inception two decades ago, Ms. Postlewait’s personal attention and compassion for each student were among the reasons she was nominated in addition to her constructive feedback and understanding.…

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Congratulations to the November Jan Dils Golden Apple Award Winner!

It’s time to announce our November 2014 Jan Dils Golden Apple Award Winner, Ms. Barbara McCullough of Jackson Middle School. Ms. McCullough was inspired to become a teacher by one she had growing up, touched by the impact this individual had on her students’ lives. It’s her philosophy to understand each student, respect their learning…

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Congratulations to the October Jan Dils Golden Apple Award Winner!

Help us congratulate the October 2014 Jan Dils Attorneys at Law Golden Apple Award Winner! This month, the winner is David Cooper of Parkersburg Catholic High School. Mr. Cooper is a biology teacher and was previously a college professor. He was nominated for his commitment to his students and all of the extra time he…

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Announcing the September Jan Dils Golden Apple Award Winner!

The school year is back in swing, and it’s time to announce the September Jan Dils Golden Apple Award Winner! Please extend your congratulations to Mrs. Tina Lowers of Greenmont Elementary School.   Mrs. Lowers was nominated by the parent of one of her students who listed all the ways in which Mrs. Lowers has…

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