Raleigh County Schools CEFP plan enters phase two

RALEIGH COUNTY, WV (WOAY) – Tuesday the Raleigh County School Board approved phase two of the CEFP plan.

CEFP stands for Comprehensive Education Facilitates Plan and is a required plan that has to be done every ten years. Phase two of the plan reviews what improvements need to be made to the school facilities and the order in which to improve the facilities. Superintendent David Price says the main focus of this plan is school safety.

“Our focus is really on school safety right now,” said Raleigh County Schools Superintendent David Price. “As we look at how to upgrade our man traps and then to look at, for example, Shady Elementary which is our last place we have portable class rooms outside. So our goal is to eliminate those and also safe school entrances around the county.”

A public hearing on these plans will be held on September 8, 2020 at 4:30PM at the Raleigh County School Board office.

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