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February-07-2014

By WTRF.com

OHIO COUNTY, W.Va. - Ohio County Schools will conduct hearings in the coming weeks, looking for input from community members on the school system's academic calendar.

These are a pair of public hearings regarding the 2014-2015 academic year.

Ohio County Schools superintendent, Dianna Vargo said the hearings will give community members a chance to be more actively involved in planning the calendar and give them the chance to get their questions answered.

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February-06-2014

The Bluefield Daily Telegraph
(Editorial)

Senate Majority Leader John Unger is carrying a bill that would require students to be physically active for at least 30 minutes each school day amid classes. A few of the well-intended ideas proposed in the measure include walking, jumping rope, playing soccer and taking the stairs. The goal is to simply ensure that students are physically active each day in school.

The proposal makes a lot of sense, and merits full discussion...

February-06-2014

By Mackenzie Mays and Rachel Molenda
The Charleston Gazette

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- As parents picked up their children from Midland Trail Elementary School and Riverside High School on Wednesday morning, they wondered -- some angrily -- why school officials would flush the school's water pipes while students are in the building.

"Flushing it while our students are coming to school or are at school is a lack of concern for their safety," said Amanda Legg, whose daughter,...

February-06-2014

By Chad Clem and Melissa Toothman, Staff Writers
The Inter-Mountain

BUCKHANNON - County officials made preparations for flooding conditions as water levels continued to rise Wednesday.

High waters in Buckhannon prompted the early dismissal of all Upshur County public schools. Students were dismissed at 1:30 p.m., officials said.

"Due to rising waters, students are being dismissed early to get the buses (out early) in case we have more roads being issued with...

February-06-2014

By Lacie Pierson
The Herald-Dispatch

WAYNE  — Less than 24 hours after members of the Wayne County Board of Education approved a bond measure for the May 13 Primary Election ballot, Superintendent of Schools Lynn Hurt officially took to the campaign trail for the first time during a media event Wednesday afternoon at Wayne High School.

The bond’s fate ultimately will be placed in the hands of Wayne County voters, but Hurt said she would make the bond her main focus for...

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