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March-31-2022

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March 28, 2022

Hancock County Schools Faculty and Staff Overwhelmingly Vote “No Confidence” in Superintendent
Petrovich and the Hancock Board of Education

HANCOCK COUNTY – On Friday, March 25, representatives from the Hancock County Education Association (HCEA) as well as all other school personnel passed an overwhelming vote of no confidence in the...

March-07-2022

Bipartisan polling firm Red America Blue America (RABA) Research conducted a telephone survey of 512 West Virginia voters at the beginning of March. The survey results show strong support for West Virginians’ right to join a union, and strong opposition to the politicization of school board elections and the defunding of public schools through voucher programs. This comes as the West Virginia legislature considers legislation that would allow for politicians to...

February-28-2022

Celebrate Read Across America (RAA) on March 2! March so happens to be National Reading Month and why not bring the reading fun to your classroom. RAA offers reading tools, including 12 months of recommended books, authors, and teaching resources. The RAA program empowers young readers by bringing diverse stories, characters, and authors to kids, families, and educators across the country. Here are some event activities to inspire kids and teens with the art of storytelling and to create joy...

February-22-2022

If you have questions, call your Association Rep., County President, WVEA Help Center at 1-866-568-9832, or your Organizational Development Specialist.

If you are RIFed, you have the right to:

  • Have notice, reasons and hearing on or before May 1, 2022. The notice is to be by certified mail sufficiently in advance of the hearing to allow you time to prepare. At the hearing, the administration is responsible for showing the reasons for the RIF...
February-17-2022

MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. — A second West Virginia teacher has been honored with Milken Educator Award for the 2021-2022 school year.

Heather Haught, a first grade teacher at McNinch Primary School in Moundsville, received the award during a school assembly Thursday with state School Superintendent Clayton Burch.    

“It’s very nice to get that award and just being told that you’re doing a good job does keep you going and...

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