Reporting by the Panhandle News Network’s Al Gaige

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. — The Berkeley County Board of Education had a lot on its plate during their meeting Monday in Hedgesville.

Berkeley County Board of Education meeting, Superintendent Ron Stephens presented an overview of the Bond Projects.

But now that the weather is cooperating, projects including the Hedgesville Field, Musselman, Tomahawk, and Martinsburg High School are moving forward rapidly.

Paul Tyson, Director of Facilities and Maintenance talked about two bond projects.

The Board approved a scaled down version of the project, as outlined by the administration.

Also at Monday night’s Berkeley County Board of Education, the system’s treasurer, Jim Butts talked about Worker’s Compensation:

The Board approved the recommendation.

The selection process to choose a new Superintendent of Berkeley County Schools has been underway. At Monday night’s Board of Education meeting, Dr. Justin Schooley, assistant superintendent of schools outlined the next steps.

Since 1972 Title Nine has been the law of the land. At Monday night’s Berkeley County Board of Education Meeting, Elice Gregory, the Title IX Coordinator explains the basics of the measure.

The presentation was informational in nature and no action was taken by the Board at this time.

The Board of Education meeting began by recognizing teachers who have retired this school year.


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