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April-09-2014

By Brandi Underwood 
(Beckley) Register-Herald Reporter

The Fayette County Board of Education met in regular session Monday to discuss items ranging from student accomplishments to salary changes for school principals.

Beginning the meeting, several students from Collins Middle School’s marketing class were recognized by the board for their accomplishments at a recent state competition.

Collins Middle School is currently the only middle school participating in the...

April-09-2014

By Sarah Harmon, Staff Writer  
The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register  
 
Marshall County students and teachers will see two extra days off Thanksgiving break for the beginning of hunting season next year after the the Marshall County Board of Education unanimously voted to approve the calendar at its Tuesday meeting.

The change was made after a recent public meeting in which several Cameron residents expressed concern about keeping school open on the first day of...

April-08-2014

By Samuel Speciale, Education Reporter 
Charleston Daily Mail 

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- With more than 170 million units sold, the iPad has revolutionized mobile computing since its release in 2010. While Apple’s market share plummeted to about 36 percent last year with the emergence of cheaper Android-based tablets, it can be said that the iPad has changed the way people work, play and communicate.

Four years after being introduced to consumers around the globe, the trend-...

April-08-2014

By Elaine Blaisdell  
Cumberland Times-News

KEYSER, W.Va. — The process for advertising for the new Mineral County school superintendent to replace Rob Woy, who is retiring, will begin shortly and the deadline for those interested in the position will be May 12, according to Howard M. O’Cull, executive director of the West Virginia School Board Association.

O’Cull, who was hired to assist in the search, said the position will be advertised in the media as well as  ...

April-08-2014

West Virginia lawmakers took some important steps for teachers during this year’s regular legislative session.

During a tight budget year, legislators and Gov. Tomblin recognized teachers and service employees were in need of a pay increase. I commend them for taking this first step to getting West Virginia teachers on the path to competitive pay.

But perhaps even more important than the $1,000 pay raise for teachers and 2 percent increase for service professionals is goal...

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