Newspapers In Education

The Newspapers in Education (NIE) program is dedicated to promoting literacy in our communities. Our goal is to educate, inform and inspire students by providing newspapers to classroom and teachers with unique, timely and creative online resources to engage students and encourage lifelong learning.

Our NIE program delivers hard copy newspapers and provides access to the daily E-Edition (digital newspaper), to teachers and students as well as access to special projects based on important themes, lesson plans, and innovative activities relevant to students and teachers throughout our region. NIE has programs for all grade levels – from kindergarten through high school. 

The E-Edition and all educational resources are provided at little to no cost to schools and learning facilities, through generous donations made by community members, businesses and our subscribers.


Help us reach our goal of $140,000 for NIE

The Dominion Post is a for-profit company and all gifts given are not tax-deductible.


Want to participate in NIE? Contact Brittany Merrill at bmerrill@dominionpost.com


Schools Participating:

Preston County Schools
South Preston
Preston High School

Monongalia County Schools

Elementary
Brookhaven
Cheat Lake
Eastwood
Mason-Dixon
Mountainview
Mylan
North
Ridgedale
Skyview
Suncrest

Middle
Mountaineer
South
Suncrest
Westwood

Highschool
Clay-Battelle
Morgantown
University

Private Schools
Trinity
St. Frances

Others
Alternative Learning Center
MTEC