"Not only do we send papers to schools, we have special publications."
Publications are printed throughout the year and funded by sponsors.
These include things such as recycling, civil rights, drug and alcohol awareness, black history, Gazette-Mail Regional Spelling Bee, and West Virginia Department of Agriculture.
Greater Kanawha Valley Foundation will fund "Get on Track for College."
Some schools purchase newspapers while others are sponsored by area businesses covering that expense. A reduced rate is charged for school newspapers. Subscribers often donate newspapers while they are away on vacation.
Teachers use them for a wide variety of lessons, said Daly, who keeps a list.
Among subjects where newspapers are incorporated - current events, social studies, science, journalism, history, reading, math, English, psychology, health, physical education, special education, civics, and creative writing.
Free educational resources are available online through the NIE program.
For more information go to cnpapers.com/nie or contact Daly at renee.d...@cnpapers.com or 304-348-7906.
Contact writer Charlotte Ferrell Smith at charlo...@dailymail.com or 304-348-1246.