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September-13-2018

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A Raleigh County elementary school teacher is the 2019 West Virginia Teacher of the Year.

The West Virginia Department of Education announced Jada Reeves as this year’s honoree during a gala Wednesday in Charleston.

Reeves teaches fifth grade at Bradley Elementary School in Mt. Hope, and serves on multiple school committees as well as volunteers in local youth sports.

“I was really shocked,” Reeves said after winning the award. “I...

September-12-2018

By: Mike McCullough, MetroNews

BLUEFIELD, W.Va. — Authorities are on high alert this morning following the second threat in a week at a Mercer County high school.

The first threat happened Tuesday at Princeton Senior High School. Mercer County Schools released the following statement Wednesday morning in regard to a social media...

September-10-2018

Prayer before game goes on despite complaints
WV MetroNews Staff

MAN, W.Va. — Despite the threat of a lawsuit, Friday night’s football game at Man High School in Logan County between Man and Westside started with a public prayer. Although, unlike previous years, this prayer originated and was led by fans of both teams in the stands.

The longstanding tradition of a prayer over the public address season prior to games at the school was...

September-06-2018

US NEWS AND WORLD REPORT-- A growing number of people support higher pay for teachers and more funding for public schools, according to a new poll that finds a shift in public opinion following a wave of teacher walkouts in six states where educators protested stagnant pay and inadequate school resources.

That's one of the key findings ...

September-05-2018

Researchers: WV’s teacher shortage problem more than just a number
By Alex Wiederspiel, WV MetroNews

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Consider this conundrum: a state where the population has decreased about two percent over the past seven years has a teacher shortage problem.

Essentially, at a time when student population should hypothetically be decreasing, the result is still a rotating door of openings in West Virginia’s public classrooms. And,...

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