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Herbert Hoover students to begin school year splitting time in Elkview Middle building
By Jeff Jenkins, WV MetroNews

Herbert Hoover High School students will begin the new school year on a half-day schedule in the building that houses Elkview Middle School.

The state Board of Education approved the plan presented by Kanawha County School Superintendent Dr...


State board on Wednesday discussed but postponed Boone decision
By Ryan Quinn, The Charleston Gazette-Mail

Audience members left the West Virginia Board of Education meeting Wednesday without knowing whether the board will take over Boone County’s school system and make the severe employee pay and benefits cuts that the state schools superintendent has twice ordered and Boone’s school board has twice refused to follow.

The meeting will continue 9 a.m....


WVEA comments to W.Va. Board of Education about Boone County
By WVEA Staff

WVEA Government Relations Specialist Davin White addressed the state Board of Education Wednesday regarding the serious financial situation in Boone County. Here are WVEA's comments:

Dr. Martirano, President Green, and members of the board, my name is Davin White and I am here to speak on behalf of the WVEA regarding the budget situation in Boone County.

We ask...


State Board of Education to consider Boone County Wednesday
By Ryan Quinn, The Charleston Gazette-Mail

The West Virginia Board of Education could vote this week to take over Boone County’s public school system, now that Boone’s board has twice refused the state schools superintendent’s orders to make severe employee pay and benefit cuts and submit a “fiscally sufficient” budget for this fiscal and school year.

The meeting is set for 10 a.m. Wednesday in...


Greenbrier principal hoping school year provides some relief after flooding
By Alex Wiederspiel, WV MetroNews

RUPERT, W.Va. — In a normal year, this is the time when Rupert Elementary School Principal Jenny Harden would be recharging her batteries for another school year.

“I would be normally playing with my two boys who are seven and twelve,” she said. “And I would be enjoying my farm.”

But this isn’t a normal year for the Nettie native. Flood...