CCHS Spotlighted by the National Dropout Prevention Center for Increasing Attendance and Graduation Rates
Clay County High School (CCHS) has been involved in an intense process of decreasing the drop-out rate of high school students. CCHS has been involved in a pilot program through the National Dropout Prevention Center (NDPC) and the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) to develop strategies to support teachers as they work with students at risk for dropping out.
NDPC highlighted CCHS through one of their recent publications. The article, written by Kelly Duffield, School Psychologist for Clay County Schools, is provided below.