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August-04-2020

By WCHS TV

August 4, 2020

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WCHS/WVAH) — The West Virginia Department of Education is offering training courses for teachers and staff around the state aimed at helping engage students in school lessons.

The WVDE Instructional Support Professional Learning Forum is a virtual training opportunity that is being offered until Friday.

The program offers around 100 online learning sessions that go through a variety of topics to help...

July-31-2020

By Ryan Quinn, Charleston Gazette-Mail

July 31, 2020

Raleigh County will be getting a new Stratton Elementary after all, replacing what state School Building Authority staff said is a circa-1939 building that’s nearly impossible to adequately renovate.

The Authority’s board, which gives tens of millions of dollars annually to county school systems for school construction and renovation projects, voted Thursday to provide about $8.9 million for the...

July-29-2020

By Brad McElhinny, WV MetroNews

July 29, 2020

Some West Virginia county school systems are aiming to start the year with hybrid plans, where students are in classrooms some days and learning from home other days.

Raleigh County students, in the Beckley area, will likely begin the year two days a week in classrooms and three days a week learning from home.

The Raleigh County school board ...

July-28-2020

WV MetroNews

July 28, 2020

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — There are now official voting options for the 2020 November general election in West Virginia.

Secretary of State Mac Warner’s office announced guidelines that include a voter being able to request an absentee ballot online or by phone due to COVID-19 concerns.

According to Warner, all a voter needs to do is select “...

July-22-2020

By Moriah Balingit, The Washington Post

July 22, 2020

The school year for Greenville County Schools, in South Carolina, starts a little more than a month from now, and officials are still scrambling to figure out what school will look like for the district’s nearly 77,000 students. Will students return to school full time? Or part time? Or will they even open school buildings?

Whatever the plan is, said Superintendent W. Burke Royster, it will be driven...

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