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February-10-2014

By Mackenzie Mays
The Charleston Gazette

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Kanawha County Board of Education members are wary of the idea of sponsoring another levy on behalf of the county's financially strapped library system.

The Kanawha County Public Library plans to again ask the school system to sponsor a levy on its behalf -- this time for library costs only. In November, voters overwhelmingly rejected a joint levy that would've brought in more than $24 million for schools and $...

February-10-2014

By Katie Kuba, Upshur Bureau Chief
The Inter-Mountain

BUCKHANNON - Upshur County Board of Education members and Superintendent of Schools Roy Wager breathed a collective sigh of relief Saturday night at the Upshur County Courthouse upon learning that the excess levy had passed.

With all 29 precincts reporting, the levy renewal proposal passed by 416 votes, with 1,758 votes for the levy, or 56.71 percent, and 1,342 votes against the levy, or 43.29 percent.

"I'm...

February-07-2014

By Michael Erb
Parkersburg News and Sentinel

PARKERSBURG - Residents, students and parents wanting to comment on the Wood County Schools calendar process have a few more days to take an online survey.

The survey will be active through Sunday and takes only a few minutes to complete.

A change in state law will change how school systems create calendars. Under the new law all school systems are required to provide 180 days of instruction, must have a plan in place to...

February-07-2014

By Lacie Pierson
The Herald-Dispatch

HUNTINGTON -- Cabell County students spend much of their formative years studying the linguistic styles of such figures starting with the likes of Dr. Seuss and Raffi all the way through to Shakespeare and U.S. presidents.

However, there's one prominent figure within the borders of Cabell County who seems to have captured the attention of students, as well as their parents and teachers, throughout the county with one simple phrase....

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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