The Logan County Board of Education has established a public hearings for the proposed closure of East Chapmanville Elementary School and West Chapmanville Elementary School effective for the 2018-2019 school term. As a result of this closures, students enrolled at East Chapmanville Elementary School or West Chapmanville Elementary will be enrolled at the new Pre K - 1st Grade Chapmanville Elementary School or the new 2nd – 4th Grade Chapmanville Elementary School.
Hearing Date: November 20, 2017 Time: 9:00 a.m. Place: East Chapmanville Elementary
Hearing Date: November 20, 2017 Time: 1:00 p.m. Place: West Chapmanville Elementary
The public hearing location is subject to change if, at the time the hearing is to be called to order, it is determined that the hearing location is of insufficient size. In the event of inclement weather or other factors beyond the control of the Board of Education, the meetings will be held on Tuesday, November 21, 2017, at 9:00 a.m. for East Chapmanville Elementary and 1:00 p.m for West Chapmanville Elementary, at the same locations.
All members of the public shall have the right to be present, to submit statements and testimony and to question officials at the public hearing in accordance with WV Code 19-5-13a. Submissions of written material to be reviewed by the Board of Education will be accepted until Wednesday, November 15, 2017, at 4:00 p.m. Person(s), desiring to address the Board of Education at the public hearing, must register prior to the beginning of the scheduled hearing. Person(s), wishing to speak, will be allowed (5) five minutes each to address any concerns. Person(s) may not give speaking time to another person.
Reasons and supporting data regarding the proposed closure is available for public inspection at the Logan County Board of Education, 506 Holly Avenue, Logan, WV, Monday – Friday from 8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. and at East Chapmanville Elementary School, Logan Elementary School, Logan Middle School, Logan High School, Holden Elementary, Verdunville Elementary, Justice Elementary, Man Elementary, Man Middle School, Man High School, Buffalo Grade, South Man Grade, West Chapmanville Elementary, Hugh Dingess Elementary, Omar Elementary, Chapmanville Middle School, Chapmanville Regional High School and Ralph R. Willis Career and Technical Center during normal school hours.
After all hearings are concluded, the Logan County Board of Education will vote on the proposed closure of East Chapmanville Elementary School and West Chapmanville Elementary School, and the acceptance of students to the New Pre K – 1st Grade Chapmanville Elementary School or the New 2nd – 4th Grade Chapmanville Elementary School.
Superintendent Logan County Schools
Abigail Ellis Region I Winner
AbigailEllishas huge dreams; she plans to be a doctor, a pediatrician to be exact. She wants to help kids, just like her doctor helps her.
his was the topic covered in her entry into the West Virginia Treasurers Office “Smart529: What I want to be when I grow up…” contest.
Abigail, now a 1stgrader at Justice Elementary School, was named one of five regional winners for her age group (K-1st) in the
state when she was in Kindergarten this past year. The award ceremony was on September 7, 2017 at the
WV Cultural Museum on the Capital grounds. While there, Abigail read her winning essay to the crowd
and had her picture taken with John Perdue, West Virginia’s Treasurer as well as with many others.
Abigail’s award was a $500 Smart529 scholarship fund; her school also received an additional $500.
Roger Dempsey Logan County Schools
2018 Service Personnel of the Year
Logan County Guidelines for Classroom Celebrations