State Board of Education to Meet in Charleston
Posted: May 03, 2001
The West Virginia Board of Education will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, May 10, in the Board Conference Room, Capitol Complex, Building 6, Room 353, Charleston, WV. President J.D. Morris will preside.
The State Board will meet beginning at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, May 9, for a work session with Department of Education staff and members from several Tomblin v. Gainer committees.
May 10, 2001
8:30 a.m. CALL TO ORDER
OFFICE OF EDUCATION PERFORMANCE AUDITS (OEPA) DIRECTOR'S INFORMATION
OEPA BUSINESS *Accreditation Status Based on Education Performance Audit of the Mineral County School System *Accreditation Status Based on Education Performance Audit of the Pleasants County School System *Multi-County Vocational-Technical Center Accreditation Status Based on Education Performance Audit for the PRT Vocational-Technical Center *School District Approval Status and School Accreditation Status Based on Follow-up Education Performance Audit of the Boone County School System *School District Approval Status and School Accreditation Status Based on Follow-up Education Performance Audit of the Logan County School System
CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS *Approval of Minutes *Routine Business
Amendment-Morgan County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Amendment-Ohio County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Amendment-Lincoln County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Closure-Raleigh County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan County Boards of Education Budget Supplement/Transfer Requests for 2000-01 Report on Activities of the HVAC Technicians Project CATS Education First Office of Healthy Schools Instructional Technology Report Administrative Technology Report Mingo County Lincoln County High School Diplomas for Veterans Summer School Personnel
REPORTS *Final Legislative Update *School-Related Tobacco Prevalence Data *Report of the Tomblin v. Gainer Testing Committee *Report of the Tomblin v. Gainer Vocational Offerings Committee *Adult Basic Education in the 21st Century *Filtering Student Access to the Internet
OLD BUSINESS *Request from Hampshire County Commission
NEW BUSINESS *Amendment to the West Virginia Adult Basic Education State Plan *Policy 6200-Handbook on Planning School Facilities *Recommendations for Certain Tomblin v. Gainer Committee Reports *Writing Across the Curriculum
MISCELLANEOUS *Nicknames for Athletic Teams
FUTURE MEETINGS *June 14 in Calhoun County