School damage reports changing rapidly; start times may be pushed back
By WV MetroNews Staff
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — State school leaders are taking post-flood procedures day by day and assessment by assessment.
Damage has been reported in schools in 25 of the state’s 55 counties.
“I’m hopeful, but in some cases we’re very concerned about the severe damage,” said West Virginia Schools Superintendent Dr. Michael Martirano.
Tuesday morning he was...