Ed. official: Paine, D’Antoni, Hess are WV schools chief finalists
Ryan Quinn, Charleston Gazette-Mail
The West Virginia Board of Education’s has selected three finalists for state schools superintendent, according to an education official.
The finalists are: Steve Paine, who served as state superintendent from mid-2005 through the end of 2010; Kathy D’Antoni, the state Department of Education’s chief career and technical education officer; and Blaine Hess, superintendent of Jackson County’s public schools.
The board has a meeting set for 9 a.m. Thursday in Room 353 of Building 6 on the Capitol Complex, in Charleston. Interviews and a possible vote regarding who will be the next superintendent are listed on the meeting agenda.