Students return supplies, pick up belongings

West Virginia’s Supreme Court has released a full opinion in an order it issued last month that allowed a non-public school scholarship program to continue.

RALEIGH COUNTY, WV (WOAY) – With school buildings closed for the rest of the year, you may wonder what that means about returning school material and picking up belongings left in lockers.

The plan for returning items to where they belong varies from school to school. In Raleigh County, parents wait to hear directions from principals.

“They’ll be hearing from their school principles, specifically, the dates and times in which students can schedule a time or drop by to drop their belongings off such as iPads, textbooks, anything that belongs to school, and return for any personal belongings that are at the school,” said Superintendent David Price.

You can stay up-to-date on announcements by following Raleigh County Schools on social media.

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