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State Superintendent Issues Statement on Work Stoppage

2019-02-19T16:54:04+00:00

February 19, 2019   Charleston, W.Va. – West Virginia Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Steven Paine issued a statement today concerning the current work stoppage: “Based on the action taken today by the House of Delegates, SB 451 has been tabled indefinitely. Educator voices were clearly heard. I strongly encourage all county school systems to return

State Superintendent Issues Statement on Work Stoppage2019-02-19T16:54:04+00:00

State Superintendent Issues Statement on SB 451

2019-02-18T20:56:58+00:00

February 18, 2019 Charleston, W.Va. – West Virginia Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Steven Paine issued a statement today in response to recent activities: “I regret that circumstances have led to the announcement of work stoppages in many counties throughout the state. I am working diligently with all parties to advocate for a prompt resolution.

State Superintendent Issues Statement on SB 4512019-02-18T20:56:58+00:00

First Lady Visits Berkeley County to Kick-Off Expansion of Communities In Schools Program

2019-02-18T21:06:28+00:00

February 06, 2019 Martinsburg, W.Va. – First Lady Cathy Justice visited Berkeley County today, to kick-off the expansion of the Communities in Schools (CIS) program. Berkeley County Superintendent Manny Arvon and Curator for the Department of Arts, Culture and History Randall Reid Smith joined First Lady Justice to celebrate the expansion of the program

First Lady Visits Berkeley County to Kick-Off Expansion of Communities In Schools Program2019-02-18T21:06:28+00:00

West Virginia Board of Education to Meet in Kanawha County – February 13, 2019

2019-02-06T15:08:50+00:00

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Board of Education will meet to conduct routine business on Wednesday, February 13, 2019, at noon, in Capitol Building 6, Room 353 (Board Conference Room), 1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East, Charleston, West Virginia.  The meeting will continue on Thursday, February 14, 2019, at 10:00 a.m., in Capitol Building 6, Room

West Virginia Board of Education to Meet in Kanawha County – February 13, 20192019-02-06T15:08:50+00:00

Department of Education Seeks Organization Partners to Feed Kids This Summer

2019-02-01T14:13:48+00:00

February 1, 2019 Charleston, W.Va. – The West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) is seeking partnerships with organizations across the state to help feed children and provide supervised activities during the summer months. When school is out of session during the summer months, community programs and organizations are vital to ensuring children in West

Department of Education Seeks Organization Partners to Feed Kids This Summer2019-02-01T14:13:48+00:00

West Virginia Board of Education Takes Stance on Education Reform Bill

2019-01-30T16:11:52+00:00

January 30, 2019   Charleston, W.Va. – The West Virginia Board of Education (WVBE) met in emergency session today to take a stance on the Senate Education Reform Bill (SB451). “Given the events that have transpired on Senate Bill 451 to date and because of the unprecedented, rapid pace and process this bill is following,

West Virginia Board of Education Takes Stance on Education Reform Bill2019-01-30T16:11:52+00:00

Board of Education to Meet in Kanawha County on January 30

2019-01-29T16:01:24+00:00

January 29, 2019   CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Board of Education (WVBE) will meet in emergency session on Wednesday, January 30, 2019 at 9:30 a.m., pursuant to W. Va. Code §6-9A-2(2)(C), an imminent material financial loss or imminent substantial harm to a public agency, its employees or the members of the public which it

Board of Education to Meet in Kanawha County on January 302019-01-29T16:01:24+00:00

Board of Education President Issues Statement on Education Bill

2019-01-28T16:16:20+00:00

January 28, 2019   CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia Board of Education President David Perry today issued a statement on the Senate’s Education Reform bill (SB451): “Speaking solely on behalf of myself, I have tremendous concerns about many items in the Senate’s Omnibus bill. We continually hear about the toll the devastating opioid epidemic is

Board of Education President Issues Statement on Education Bill2019-01-28T16:16:20+00:00

Nine Career Technical Education Students Receive Internships with Dutch Miller Automotive

2019-01-25T12:24:24+00:00

January 25, 2019 CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A new partnership between Career Technical Education (CTE) Automotive Technology programs and Dutch Miller Automotive has been forged through coordination with the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) Office of CTE. Students from Carver Career Center, Lincoln County High School, Putnam County Career Center and Ben Franklin Career

Nine Career Technical Education Students Receive Internships with Dutch Miller Automotive2019-01-25T12:24:24+00:00

Junior Elementary Named West Virginia Sustainable School

2019-01-16T13:42:04+00:00

January 16, 2019   CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Department of Education today announced Junior Elementary School in Barbour County as the West Virginia Sustainable Schools Award (WVSS) for their green and healthy biking program for their students and families. In addition to being recognized as a Sustainable School, Junior Elementary School will receive

Junior Elementary Named West Virginia Sustainable School2019-01-16T13:42:04+00:00