State Board Continues To Move Forward With Superintendent Search

Posted: May 05, 2005
Charleston, W.Va. - Continuing with its plan to search for a new state superintendent of schools, the West Virginia Board of Education met Wednesday, May 4, 2005, to discuss the status of the search.  

During the meeting, State Board members approved processes it will take when receiving resumes. Resumes will be logged in along with a checklist of required criteria. Board members also approved processes for interview selections, reference checks and interview formats.  

Also during Wednesday’s meeting, the State Board voted to appeal to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals the recent refusal by a Kanawha County Circuit Judge to lift the stay of any action regarding the design and/or construction of the new consolidated high school in Mingo County. The West Virginia Board of Education took control of Mingo County Schools in February.  

The State Board will meet again on May 11, 2005 in Randolph County.

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