State Board of Education to Meet at Cedar Lakes

Posted: June 01, 2005
The West Virginia Board of Education will meet in regular session beginning at 10 a.m., Wednesday, June 8, 2005 in the Holt Lodge Conference Room, Cedar Lakes Conference Center, H.C. 88, Box 21, Ripley, West Virginia. President Barbara N. Fish will preside.  

The State Board will meet for a work session beginning at 8:30 a.m., on Thursday, June 9, 2005 in the Holt Lodge Conference Room, Cedar Lakes Conference Center, H.C. 88, Box 21, Ripley, West Virginia. Items for the work session are: RESA VIII Report; Policy 2320 - A Process For Improving Education: Performance Based Accreditation System; West Virginia Board of Education Strategic Plan Report; Legal and/or Personnel Matters; and future meetings.  

JUNE AGENDA  

10 a.m. CALL TO ORDER  

CEREMONIAL OATH OF OFFICE  

WELCOME/INTRODUCTIONS Stanley Hopkins RECOGNITIONS  

DELEGATIONS  

APPROVAL OF AGENDA CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS ∙ Approval of Minutes April 29, 2005, May 4, 2005, May 11, 2005 May 12, 2005 and May 17, 2005 ∙ Routine Business County Boards of Education, RESAs, and Multi-County Vocational Centers Budget Supplement and Transfer Requests for 2004-05 Waivers of State Board of Education Policies and Regulations, Superintendent’s Interpretations and State Statutes and Legislative Rules Summer School Policy 4355 - High School Diplomas for Veterans Cedar Lakes Conference Center Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan (CEFP) Amendment - McDowell County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan (CEFP) Policy 5100 - Approval of Education Personnel Preparation Programs Policy 5202 - Minimum Requirements for the Licensure of Professional/Paraprofessional Personnel and Advance Salary Classifications Approval of Three Content Specializations for Three Institutions of Higher Education and One Alternative Route to Certification Program for One Institution of High Education Approval of the 2005-2006 School Calendars for the Department’s Education Programs in State Correctional Institutions, Regional Jails, Health and Human Service Institutions and Juvenile Detention Centers (Institutional Education Programs) Annual State Application under Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act as Amended in 2004 for Federal Fiscal Year 2005  

OFFICE OF EDUCATION PERFORMANCE AUDITS (OEPA) • Director’s Information • Draft Individual School Education Performance Audit Reports for Bruceton School, Central Preston Middle School, Preston High School, and Terra Alta/East Preston School, Preston County • Draft Individual School Education Performance Audit Report for North Marion High School, Marion County • Draft Individual School Education Performance Audit Reports for Bedington Elementary School, Hedgesville Elementary School, Marlowe Elementary School, Martinsburg South Middle School, Musselman Middle School, Musselman High School, and Potomack Intermediate School, Berkeley County • Draft Individual School Education Performance Audit Report for Taylor County Middle School, Taylor County REPORTS ∙ Superintendent Search ∙ Board Member Reports ∙ State Superintendent’s Report NEW BUSINESS ∙ West Virginia Advisory Council for the Education of Exceptional Children (WVACEEC) Annual Report ∙ FY 2006 Extension of Contracts and Agreements between the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind and the Eastern West Virginia Community & Technical College ∙ Proposed Budgets for the 2005-06 Year ∙ Waiver of Sections of Policy 2419 - Regulations for the Education of Exceptional Children ∙ Policy 3232 - Establishment of Procedures and Operating Policies for Multi-County Career and Technical Education Centers ∙ Policy 8224 - Projection of Net Enrollment Increases ∙ Delegation of Authority - Lincoln County ∙ West Virginia Board of Education Personnel ∙ Appraisal of West Virginia Board of Education Employees  

 

 

LEGAL/PERSONNEL MATTERS  

FUTURE MEETINGS  

ADJOURNMENT  

 

 

 

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