PINEVILLE, WV (WOAY) – The Wyoming County Board of Education released its plans to reopen schools this fall.
The reopening plan was made with the consideration of various stakeholders in the school system and presented the plan to the school board in late June. Superintendent Cline said the plan is to have all students attend school four days a week with one day of remote learning.
“The bottom line is we are a 4-1 model. It was one of the models that were given to us as a suggestion from the West Virginia Department of Education,” said Superintendent of Wyoming County Schools Deirdre Cline. “Every student enrolled in brick and mortar, physical school will attend Monday and Tuesday, all students will be off on Wednesday for deep cleaning and remote learning, and then all students will attend Thursday and Friday.”
The superintendent also said that there is a virtual school option for students through West Virginia Virtual School.