State superintendent “very confident” about possible Nicholas school agreement soon

CHARLESTON, WV (BY: SHAUNA JOHNSON, WV METRONEWS) — “A resolution is imminent” on a school plan for Nicholas County after the June 2016 Flood in the view of West Virginia’s superintendent of schools.

“I have a very strong level of confidence that we will have a school configuration in Nicholas County that’s best for those students that are in Nicholas County — comprehensively all the students,” said Dr. Steve Paine on Monday’s MetroNews “Talkline.”

“I know that both sides will probably have to give a little bit, but I am very confident.”

Last week, he met with other members of a mediation team.

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