Third Annual Event: April 22, 2024 – April 26, 2024

This year, West Virginia schools are encouraged to participate in Military Signing Week by locally holding events which recognize students who make a special commitment to serve and defend the public as a member of the United States armed forces. Schools may choose to hold a military signing event during the officially recognized week, on a date which is most convenient on their calendar or as part of another career signing event. To become included as a part of this initiative, school staff may register an event. School registrations allow the partnership to offer event details on this website. Registered schools may receive informational support, access to event planning templates and a celebratory video for use at the event from the WVDE.

Click here to register a Military Signing Week or related school event in 2024.

2024 Event Week Schedule

MonroeJames Monroe High SchoolTBD (April 22 or 23)TBD
PleasantsSaint Mary's High SchoolMonday, April 22, 20249:00am
MonongaliaUniversity High SchoolTuesday, April 23, 20248:53am - 9:32am
RaleighLiberty High SchoolTuesday, April 23, 20249:00am
PocahontasPocahontas County High SchoolTuesday, April 23, 202410:00am - 11:00am
UpshurBuckhannon Upshur High SchoolTuesday, April 23, 202410:00am
PutnamBuffalo High SchoolTuesday, April 23, 202410:15am - 11:10am
McDowellRiver View High SchoolTuesday, April 23, 202411:00am
PutnamHurricane High SchoolTuesday, April 23, 202411:45am - 12:15pm
MarionEast Fairmont High SchoolTuesday, April 23, 20241:00pm - 2:30pm
KanawhaSouth Charleston High SchoolWednesday, April 24, 20249:00am
WoodParkersburg South High SchoolWednesday, April 24, 20249:45am
PutnamWinfield High SchoolWednesday, April 24, 202411:45am
DoddridgeDoddridge County High SchoolWednesday, April 24, 20241:00pm
Greenbrier Greenbrier East High SchoolThursday, April 25, 20249:00am
OhioWheeling Park High SchoolThursday, April 25, 20249:00am
HarrisonLincoln High SchoolThursday, April 25, 20249:45am
LewisLewis County High SchoolThursday, April 25, 202410:00am
KanawhaRiverside High SchoolThursday, April 25, 20241:00pm
Berkeley Musselman High SchoolThursday, April 25, 20241:00pm
KanawhaNitro High SchoolThursday, April 25, 20241:30pm
CabellHuntington High SchoolThursday, April 25, 20245:00pm
MorganBerkeley Springs High SchoolFriday, April 26, 20248:35am - 9:35am
LoganLogan High SchoolFriday, April 26, 202410:00am
HampshireHampshire High SchoolFriday, April 26, 20241:00pm
BrookeBrooke High SchoolFriday, April 26, 20241:00pm
KanawhaCarver Career CenterFriday, April 26, 20241:00pm
MarionFairmont Senior High SchoolFriday, April 26, 20241:00pm
KanawhaHerbert Hoover High SchoolFriday, April 26, 20242:00pm

Related Military Signing Events

GreenbrierGreenbrier West High SchoolWednesday, May 1, 20249:00am
WetzelMagnolia High SchoolWednesday, May 1, 20241:00pm
RaleighWoodrow Wilson High SchoolThursday, May 9, 20249:00am
MasonPoint Pleasant Junior Senior High SchoolFriday, May 17, 20248:00am
JacksonRipley High SchoolFriday, May 24, 20249:00am

Outcomes of Military Signing Week in 2023

Military Speaker at event
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West Virginia schools participating in Military Signing Week and related events

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Students recognized for commitments to military services

Army National Guard
Military Branch Unknown
Active or Reserve Army
Active or Reserve Navy
Active or Reserve Air Force
Active or Reserve Marines
Air National Guard

View the 2023 Military Signing Week Results Summary Document

Review the 2023 Military Signing Week proclamation from the Office of the Governor.

Watch the WVDE “Keeping ConnectEd” video for a glimpse of 2023 activities.

Watch the WVDE “Keeping ConnectEd” video for a glimpse of 2022 activities.

At a time when the military is called to meet a wide variety of missions ranging from combatting COVID 19, to conducting search and rescue activities during floods, providing for the nation’s security and so much more; this annual event provides communities with an excellent way to show their support and appreciation for the aspirations of these students. Students who commit to service in the military use all the skills and knowledge they have acquired throughout their time learning in West Virginia schools for advancement into a new and exciting phase of their lives as citizens and soldiers, protecting the public’s interests. These events provide a learning experience for students about career opportunities and support students in meeting the WVBE’s career readiness goals, which include the three E’s of education, employment and enlistment upon high school graduation.

If you would like more information about these events or require guidance in planning, please contact Mr. Robert Mellace at

*Please note that while those participating in Military Signing Week and related events may sign a career commitment document, actual military enlistments take place either before or after the event has taken place.

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