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Board Meetings go LIVE!

Starting with the September 25th board meeting all meetings held at the board office will be streamed live to our Fayette County Board of Education YouTube Channel.

Broadband Survey
Policies Placed On Comment
Feeding Sites/Activities Available
Policy Placed on Comment
Press Release Wednesday
Press Release for Potential Teacher work Stoppage
Press Release for Monday, February 19, 2018
Press Release Sunday, February 18, 2018
Policy Placed on Public Comment
KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION
Snow Packet Survey
Policy Placed On Public Comment
Priority Voting Results for the Closure of Ansted Middle
Policies Placed On Comment
Policies Placed On Comment
Policy and Administrative Guidelines Placed on Comment
Reimagining Time Explanation
Additional Policies Placed on Comment
Policies Placed on Comment
Policy Placed on Comment
Public Comment on the Repeal of Policy A-21b
Fayette County Board of Education Policy B-4 Lateral Reduction in Force- Professional Personnel -Replacement
Kindergarten Registration
New Facility Surveys

New Facility Surveys

Policies Placed on Comment
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Fayette Focus
Policies Placed On Comment
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Policy Placed on Comment
Policies Placed on Comment
Official Bond Call (Order with Sample Ballot and Levy Rates)

Please click on the following link to view the Official Bond Call (Order with Sample Ballot and Levy Rates) .../userfiles/993/Bond%20Call%20-%20Fayette%20County%20(updated%20version)%20031915.pdf.

 

Projected/Sample Tax Levy Rate Calculations are available at /userfiles/993/Fayette%20County%20BOE%20%20-%20%20Bond%20Election%2015%20Years%2038_9.pdf.

Policy Placed on Comment
PROPOSED BOND CALL (ORDER WITH SAMPLE BALLOT AND LEVY RATES)

Fayette County Schools has been in the process of developing a bond call to place before citizens at a June 2015 election for consideration.  The proposed bond call (order with sample ballot and levy rates) is available for review at /userfiles/993/Bond%20Call%20-%20Fayette%20County.pdf.

 

Please click on the following link to view the Updated Version of Proposed Bond Call (Order with Sample Ballot and Levy Rates) Reflecting Minor Edits/Clarification.../userfiles/993/Bond%20Call%20-%20Fayette%20County%20(updated%20version)%20031915.pdf.

 

Projected/Sample Tax Levy Rate Calculations are available at /userfiles/993/Fayette%20County%20BOE%20%20-%20%20Bond%20Election%2015%20Years%2038_9.pdf.

 

Policies Placed on Comment
Strategic Plan (2014-2015)

Students, parents and community members are encouraged to read the district's strategic plan located at /userfiles/993/Strategic%20Plan%20-%20030915.pdf to obtain information regarding the district's plan for improving student achievement in both mathematics and reading, further developing leadership capacity across the school system, and for increasing the district's graduation rate while reducing the district's dropout rate.

 

Should you have any questions regarding the strategic plan, please email Dr. Serena Starcher, Interim Superintendent, at slstarch@k12.wv.us.

 

Thank you for your interest in Fayette County Schools.

Update: Collins Middle School
Policy Placed on Comment
Final Stages of CEFP Review

The Fayette County CEFP Review Committee is in its final stages of reviewing the current 10-year facilities plan.  At a meeting scheduled for Thursday, November 13, 2014, at 6:00 PM to be held at the Fayette Institute of Technology, LSIC members from the district's 18 schools are invited to participate in a forum regarding proposed changes to the existing plan.

 

Following the LSIC forum, the CEFP Review Committee will convene on Tuesday, November 18, 2014, at 6:00 PM, again at the Fayette Institute of Technology, to vote on an amendment to be submitted to the West Virginia Board of Education and West Virginia School Building Authority for approval.

 

Should you have any questions about the CEFP review,  please contact Dr. Serena Starcher, Interim Superintendent, by telephone at (304) 574-1176, ext. 2122 or by email at slstarch@k12.wv.us.

Policies Placed on Comment
Schedule of Visits to Schools by Attendance Area

As part of the CEFP review process, committee members will be visiting the district's 18 schools.  Please visit /userfiles/993/Schedule%20of%20Visits%20to%20Schools%20by%20Attendance%20Area.pdf for the schedule of visits.

Review of 2010-2020 Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan (CEFP)

Fayette County Schools is currently reviewing its 2010-2020 Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan (CEFP).  A review committee representative of the five high school attendance areas is reviewing the existing CEFP and will make recommendations regarding potential amendments.  All amendments must be submitted to the West Virginia Board of Education and the West Virginia School Building Authority for consideration of approval.

 

Citizens who are not members of the official CEFP Review Committee are welcome to attend all meetings identified at /userfiles/993/Schedule%20for%20the%20Review%20of%20CEFP%20Revised%20100914(1).pdf.

 

Fayette County Schools welcomes citizen input as it seeks to provide facilities that support student learning.  For more information regarding the review of the CEFP, please contact Dr. Serena Starcher, Interim Superintendent, by telephone at (304) 574-1176, ext. 2122.

Policies Placed on Comment
Teacher Appreciation Week 2014 Teacher Appreciation Week 2014
Policies Placed on Comment
Fayette Focus (February 2014 edition)
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WVEIS / WOW Support...

 

As we enter this new school year we would like to remind our Administrators and Teachers that if you need W.V.E.I.S. or W.O.W. Support, please visit our District WVEIS Support webpage by clicking on Departments in the menu to the left.  You may also go directly to the WVEIS support page by click on this link: (click here)

 

2013-2014 Fayette County Calendars
Immunization Requirements for 7th & 12th Grade Students

Please be reminded of the following immunization requirements for students entering the 7th and 12th grades.

  • 7th graders must show proof of a booster dose of Tdap vaccine which protects against tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis (whooping cough) and a dose of MCV4 (meningitis) vaccine.
     
  • 12th graders also must show proof of a single dose of Tdap, plus a booster dose of MCV4 if the first dose of MCV4 was given before the child's 16th birthday.  If the first dose was given after the 16th birthday, then a booster dose is not required.

Children without a family doctor may visit the local health department, school-based health center or community health center for an immunization check-up.  Children without insurance or those with insurance that does not cover the cost of the immunization may participate in the Vaccines for Children program that provides free vaccine to children age 18 and under without any out-of-pocket expense to the parent.  Children enrolled with Medicaid or WVCHIP also receive state-supplied vaccines at no cost to the parent.

School Meals Online - Making it faster and easier for families to apply for free or reduced priced meals.  (Click Here)

Wide Area Network Bid

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Mary Davis at Republic Energy Mary Davis at Republic Energy
“ Employees like Mary Davis at Republic Energy gave up significant portions of their Christmas Bonuses so they could fund the Christmas Gift program for several schools in the area. In Fayette County Republic Energy provides gifts for all of the Mount Hope Elementary students.”
Associate Superintendent Fayette County Welcomes Dr. MacCorkle
Fayette County Welcomes Dr. MacCorkle
Fayette County Welcomes Keith Butcher - Superintendent Fayette County Superintendent
Valley High Ground Breaking 4-30-2012 Valley High Ground Breaking 4-30-2012
Dress Up For A Difference Day Dress Up For A Difference Day
The Fayette County Board of Education Central Office Staff participated in, Dress Up For A Difference Day to support the United Way...
Kindergarten Registration
Young Writers Contest Winners
Below is a list of Fayette County’s Young Writers’ Contest Winners for 2011:
 
Grade Level 1-2
 
1st Place – Brooke Spangler, Fayetteville Elementary
2nd Place – Matthew Bradford, Gatewood Elementary
3rd Place – Will Chouinard, SS Peter and Paul
 
Grade Level 3-4
 
1st Place – Mykah Price, Mountain View Christian
2nd Place – Kaytlin Wilson, Mt. Hope Elementary
3rd Place – Jordan Dempsey, Gatewood Elementary
 
Grade Level 5-6
 
1st Place – Abigail Evans, SS Peter and Paul
2nd Place – Dalton Dempsey, Fayetteville Elementary
3rd Place – Emma Pino, Collins Middle
 
Grade Level 7-8
 
1st Place – Autumn White, Meadow Bridge High
2nd Place – Kate Kistler, SS Peter and Paul
3rd Place – Kayla Asbury, Fayetteville High School
 
Grade Level 9-10
 
1st Place – Nicole Lynn Sheaves, Meadow Bridge High
2nd Place – Paul Lee, Mountain View Christian
3rd Place – Kourtney Ferrell, Fayetteville High
 
Grade Level 11-12
 
1st Place – Connie Callison, Meadow Bridge High 
2nd Place – Rachel Rodgers, Fayetteville High
3rd Place – Morgan Taylor, Mountain View Christian
 
We will recognize these students at the Fayette County Board of Education meeting on April 4, 2011.  Please notify the parents of these students so they will be present for the April 4th Board Meeting.
 
Thank you.
 
Welcome Fayette County Schools
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NEW TRAFFIC PATTERN FOR OHHS AND COLLINS MIDDLE SCHOOL
Policies Placed on Public Comment
PRESS RELEASE
RFP Bidding Document
Review of 2010-2020 Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan (CEFP)

Fayette County Schools is in the process of reviewing its 2010-2020 Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan (CEFP).  A review committee representative of the five high school attendance areas is reviewing the existing CEFP and making recommendations regarding an amendment to the plan.  Any proposed amendment must be submitted to the West Virginia Board of Education and the West Virginia School Building Authority for consideration of approval.

 

Citizens who are not members of the official CEFP Review Committee are welcome to attend all meetings.  The schedule of meetings is available at /userfiles/993/Schedule%20for%20the%20Review%20of%20CEFP%20Revised%20100914.pdf.

 

Fayette County Schools welcomes citizen input as it seeks to provide facilities that support student learning.  For more information regarding the review of the CEFP, please contact Dr. Serena Starcher, Interim Superintendent, by telephone at (304) 574-1176, ext. 2122.

Excess Levy Call

Excess Levy Call 2013

Teach in Fayette County

Why Teach In Fayette County?

Let Our Teachers Tell You Why...

Policies Placed on Comment
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Attachment for WAN and Cellular Bids

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The Fayette Focus - March The Fayette Focus - March
To Read March's Newsletter Select The Link Fayette Focus
Welcome to our New Website
As you may have noticed, we have launched our new site which we created to keep you better connected with all that’s happening in our school district. The look and navigation of the site is new.  A number of pages are still in progress, but visit the site frequently as more content about our activities will become available.
 
We hope you will enjoy the site and find the information you are looking for.
Bookmark us for up-to-the-minute news from our schools, or subscribe (coming soon) and be the first to know of new content. 
 
We welcome your feedback.  We’ll continue to add new features to the site as well, so if there’s anything you’d especially like to see, please let us know.

Some of the new features you will see throughout the website:
1.  Embedded videos
2.  One Calendar for all events
4.  Easier navigation
5.  Communication Features
6.  Many, many more improved areas
School Calendar 2016-2017
Ansted Middle Show Choir AMS Show Choir

Ansted Middle School Show Choir

Fayette Focus-March 2016
SERVICE PERSON OF THE YEAR
Underwood Smith Teacher Loan Assistance Program

The Underwood-Smith Teacher Loan Assistance program has been created to help teachers who are teaching (1) high need subject areas or (2) in geographic areas of high need to pay back their federal student loans. Priority is given to first-time teachers. If a teacher is teaching full-time in either a high need field or in a geographic area that has a critical need, then the teacher can qualify for $2,000 toward repaying his/her student loans in return for teaching two (2) years at a West Virginia public school and can receive up to $15,000 total toward his/her student loans. This is an effort to help West Virginia public schools recruit and retain teachers.

 

Applications and additional information can be found at: https://secure.cfwv.com/Financial_Aid_Planning/Scholarships/Scholarships_and_Grants/Underwood_Smith_Teacher_Scholarship_Loan_Assistance_Program.aspx

 

Should teachers have any questions about this opportunity, they are encouraged to contact the State's financial aid office at 304.558.4618.

Cellular Telephone Bid

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The Fayette Focus The Fayette Focus
To Read December's Newsletter Select the Link  Fayette Focus
Proposed 2016-2017 School Calendar Hearing Dates
Fayette Focus
Kindergarten Registration 2016
Superintendent Responses to Reconfiguration & Realignment Question
Fayette County Vision
VISION:  The vision of the Fayette County Board of Education, through the efforts of the county school community, is to produce capable, responsible, lifelong learners who are prepared to contribute positively to an ever-changing world.

  MISSION:  Preparing all students for success in the 21st century, the Fayette County School community is committed to providing a collaborative culture where high expectations, driven by a rigorous and relevant curriculum, allow students to reach their fullest potential.


  WE BELIEVE. . .
  • All students will achieve mastery given relevant resources, rigorous instruction, and appropriate time.
  • Strong instructional leadership and highly qualified personnel are essential for developing a culture that supports mastery for all.
  • Student learning is enhanced when parents, community and other stakeholders are treated as valued and respected partners.
  • All schools will promote a culture that is safe and secure where all individuals are treated with respect.
  • School cultures that promote cooperation and collaboration are conducive to learning for all.

  Fayette County Schools Goals
  1. To develop leadership capacity that promotes and supports academic and social growth.
  2. To increase student achievement in mathematics, reading and writing.
  3. To provide a system of student support that provides appropriate intervention in a timely manner.
  4. Enhance student learning by facilitating technology integration and supporting a technology infrastructure that provides the opportunity for all stakeholders to access 21st century tools.
2015-16 Calendars
Your CHILDREN are the FOCUS of ALL that we do. Your CHILDREN are the FOCUS of ALL that we do
VISION:  The vision of the Fayette County Board of Education, through the efforts of the county school community, is to produce capable, responsible, lifelong learners who are prepared to contribute positively to an ever-changing world.
Strategic Plan for 2013-2014
Welcome Fayette County
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Strategic Plan (2012-2013)
Fayette County Schools | 111 Fayette Avenue | Fayetteville, WV 25840
Phone: 304-574-1176
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Fax: 304-574-3643