Recovery efforts in West Virginia Schools have relied heavily on partnerships between the West Virginia Board of Education (WVBE), Department of Education (WVDE), county offices, the Governor’s Office and key state agencies. This document reflects the various phases of the pandemic and serves as guidance to protect the health and safety of the education community.

Informed in the early stages by a collaborative network of 50 statewide and national stakeholders, the WVDE Recovery Documents have been revised over the past year-and-a-half to facilitate our pandemic response. To date, West Virginians have access to vaccines, which are the best protection against COVID-19. The WVDE supports vaccinations among those who are eligible in order to return to consistent and uninterrupted learning and school activities.

As we move to the opening of school for the 2021 school year, recovery and guidance documents will be revised as needed to best serve our students, educators and staff. The WVDE will continue to work with county and state partners to meet the needs of the education community.

School Recovery & Guidance

This document serves as guidance for our 55 counties as schools continue recovery efforts this summer. This provides a framework of requirements and recommendations and is subject to change as we move into the fall.

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Roadmap to Recovery

The West Virginia Roadmap to Recovery serves as guidance for our 55 counties as the schools resume in-person learning. This provides a framework of requirements and recommendations and is subject to change as the COVID-19 vaccine becomes more readily available in West Virginia.

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