West Virginia Judiciary

Robes to Schools

The goal of Robes to Schools is to have as many of our jurists as possible – active and retired justices, circuit judges, family court judges and magistrates – make regular appearances in West Virginia schools. Judicial officers will volunteer to participate in Read Aloud programs in elementary schools and join a new speaker's bureau to talk to elementary, middle and high school classes about the judicial system.

Class time is precious and many demands are put on teachers. The Court hopes these programs will enhance, not reduce, instructional time.


Related Links

Read Aloud Guidelines

Read-Aloud Book List

Featured Books

    Doctor DeSoto
    Finders Keepers

Contact Information

The Read Aloud program and speaker's bureau are coordinated by the Supreme Court's Public Information Office. Contact Jennifer Bundy (304-340-2305 or Jennifer.Bundy@courtswv.gov) or April Harless (304-340-2306 or April.Harless@courtswv.gov).