During the July 2 meeting of the Wetzel County Board of Education, Mike Blair and Bob Patterson were re-elected as president and vice-president, respectively.
In addition, several other items on the board's agenda met approval.
Approval was given to declare the following buses surplus property and sold by sealed bid: 1994 International 77-passenger Bus #1, 1995 International 47-passenger Bus #6, 1996 International 59-passenger Bus #15 (Special Needs bus), 1999 Blue Bird 89-passenger Bus #30, and 1999 International 53 passenger Bus #39 (does not run). These buses are to be sold as is.
In another matter, approval was given to a request made by Shey and Emily McGuire for their daughter, Aven E. McGuire, to continue attending Wetzel County Schools (New Martinsville School) for the 2012-2013 school year.
Approval was also given to Doug and Tammy Wayman for their daughter, Elizabeth Wayman, to continue attending Wetzel County Schools (Magnolia High School) for the 2012-2013 school year.
Dave Tallman, golf coach at Magnolia High School, was given approval for the payment of a $500 fee for the use of the course at Fairway Riverside golf Course in Sardis for the upcoming 2012-2013 WVSSAC Season.
Approval was also given to a request by the Wetzel County Office of Special Education to adopt and implement the WVDE Revised Policy 2419, "Regulations for the Education of Students with Exceptionalities" as the district procedures, which became effective on July 1.
Approval was also given to the second reading of the Wetzel County Policy, GCAD-R, Director of Elementary Curriculum and Instruction (PRE-K/6) and WVEIS Coordinator.