State Board of Education to Meet in Wheeling
Posted: April 12, 2002
The West Virginia Board of Education will hold its regular monthly meeting on Thursday, April 18, beginning at 8:30 a.m. in the gymnasium of Woodsdale Elementary School, 1 Bethany Pike, Wheeling. President Sandra M. Chapman will preside.
The board will meet for a work session on Wednesday, April 17, beginning at 12:30 p.m. to discuss the following items: Commission for Professional Teaching Standards, School Closure Process, Legislative Overview, Writing for All, West Virginia Writing Assessment, Grammar for All, Tomblin v. Gainer Update, Middle School Booklet, and Wrongful Conduct Initiatives. APRIL AGENDA
8:30 a.m. CALL TO ORDER
OFFICE OF EDUCATION PERFORMANCE AUDITS (OEPA) OEPA BUSINESS •Accreditation Status Based on the Education Performance Audit of the Monroe County School System •Revised Unified School Improvement Plans •Revised Unified County Improvement Plans
CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS •Approval of Minutes •Routine Business County Boards of Education Budget Supplement/Transfer Requests for 2001-02 Policy 4355-High School Diplomas for Veterans Mingo County Lincoln County Mount View High School Personnel •Old Business McDowell County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Clarification •New Business Cabell County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Kanawha County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Marshall County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan McDowell County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Pendleton County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Raleigh County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Ritchie County Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Proposals Recommended for 3% Statewide Project Funds of the School Building Authority of West Virginia Office of School Facilities Inspection of Schools Waivers of State Board of Education Policies and Regulations, Superintendent’s Interpretations and State Statutes and Legislative Rules Summer School Approval of the 2002-2003 School Calendar for the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and the Blind REPORTS •Board Member Reports •Holocaust Curriculum •Instructional Time Matrix •Title II Higher Education Report Card, The Quality of Teacher Preparation in West Virginia OLD BUSINESS •Policy 2510-Assuring the Quality of Education: Regulations for Education Programs •Statewide Staff Development Plan •Policy 4110-Attendance NEW BUSINESS •Approval of Four New Content Specializations for Three Higher Education Institutions of Professional Preparation and Approval of One New Professional Preparation Program •Policy 1340-Rules of Procedure for Administrative Hearings and Appeals •Policy 4110-Attendance •Policy 2520-Content Standards and Objectives for West Virginia Schools
FUTURE MEETINGS •May 8-9 in Wetzel County