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July-08-2020

WV Metro News

July 7, 2020

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia Superintendent of Schools Clayton Burch is expected to update the state Board of Education about the state’s re-entry plan at Wednesday’s board meeting.

The update will come nearly four months after classes were moved online because of the coronavirus pandemic. Students and educators completed the spring semester virtually, and spring sports were canceled because of concerns...

July-07-2020

By Jake Flatley, Charleston Gazette-Mail

July 7, 2020

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — In an unanimous decision, members of the Kanawha County Board of Education voted to change the name of Stonewall Jackson Middle School on Monday.

The vote was 5-0 in front of a socially distanced but large crowd gathered both in the halls and outside of the board office on Elizabeth Street in...

July-06-2020

By Ryan Quinn, Charleston Gazette-Mail

July 6, 2020

Shuttered since March, West Virginia public schools are scheduled to reopen next month, but it’s unclear how that will unfold.

Among the outstanding questions: How long will students spend in actual classrooms? How much online? How will different grade levels operate, or different subjects? What about special education? Who must wear masks? How will social distancing work, or sanitizing? What about...

June-29-2020

ByRyan Quinn, Charleston Gazette-Mail

June 29, 2020

Nearly four years after the Boone County school system slashed their salaries by thousands of dollars apiece, Boone County public school workers have won a combined roughly $2.5 million settlement.

Around 400 current or former employees were scheduled to pick up their checks over the...

June-26-2020

By Brad McElhinny, WV MetroNews

June 26, 2020

The Public Employees Insurance Agency, which manages the health plans of state workers and retirees, is dealing with the uncertainties of the coronavirus pandemic.

The halting of elective procedures this spring meant fewer claims were filed with PEIA, but now financial officials are assessing how many delayed medical procedures will affect the bottom line of the new fiscal year that starts July 1.

The...

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