Kanawha county schools

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per Student
Total Revenue:$,,$12,
   Revenue by Source
Total Expenditures:$,,$12,
   Total Current Expenditures:$,,$11,
      Instructional Expenditures:$,,$6,60%
      Student and Staff Support:$23,,$8%
      Operations, Food Service, other:$67,,$2,23%
   Total Capital Outlay:$10,,$
   Total Non El-Sec Education & Other:$8,,$
   Interest on Debt:$0$0


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Students at many of the schools in this district are making about the same academic progress as the state average.

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Kanawha County Board of Education has begun considering the calendar for the academic year with proposals having a later starting time compared to the current calendar.

The board is considering two plans, in which classes would begin on Aug. 15, or Aug. 22, Both proposals would have fall classes end before Christmas, but only two days set aside for Thanksgiving.

&#;The 22nd is really pushing it as far as our accounting department is concerned. It only gives them roughly three days to process everything,&#; Superintendent Tom Williams said. &#;But it&#;s possible to start school on Monday, Aug. 22, finishing then on May 25, which is the Thursday before Memorial Day weekend.&#;

Board President Becky Jordon said she wants students and educators to enjoy time away from school for the holidays rather than stressing about classwork.

&#;As long as the semester ends at Christmas — and they both do — I will be at the pleasure of the majority,&#; she said.

Board member Jim Crawford noted there may be absences around Thanksgiving because of the state deer hunting season.

&#;I understand that we can&#;t penalize our employees, either,&#; he added. &#;That was my main concern, that they do not lose a pay period.&#;

The board will hold a public hearing at its Sept. 16 meeting related to the calendar proposals.

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Kanawha County Schools

Kanawha County Schools is the operating school district within Kanawha County, West Virginia. It is governed by the Kanawha County Board of Education.

Board of education[edit]

The School Board is made up of five members, each elected to a four-year term in a nonpartisan election. The Board appoints the superintendent. Current members:[1]

Member Position Term
Ryan WhitePresident
Tracy WhiteMember
Becky Jones JordonMember
Ryan WhiteMember
Ric CavenderMember

The Superintendent is Dr. Tom Williams


Kanawha County Schools faced a multimillion-dollar budget crisis for the FY , but had overcome the issue in time. Superintendent Duerring stated that school officials' two major goals, if the shortfall was to occur, is to maintain the current curriculum as much as possible, and not decrease employee wages or benefits.

The County Board of Education members are also paid $ per meeting, and are not allowed to exceed 50 meetings in a school year or else they will not be paid. [2]

Per Pupil Spending[edit]

For ,Kanawha County spent $9, per pupil. The state average was $9,[3]

Academic performance[edit]

No Child Left Behind[edit]

For the school year, Kanawha was ranked as being "Below AYP - Status Needs Improvement in One Or More Accountability Cells."[4] They did not meet AYP standards for or either.[5]

Adequate Yearly Progress[6]

Year County meet AYP? Number of schools meeting AYP Percentage of schools meeting AYP

WESTEST 2[edit]

WESTEST (West Virginia Educational Standards Test) 2 is defined by the WVDOE as "a custom-designed assessment for West Virginia students. The individual content assessments measure a student’s levels of performance on clearly defined standards and objectives and skills."[7]

WESTEST 2/APTA Assessment (–09)[8]

Subject Percentage of students proficient
Social Studies%


AFT-Kanawha Local is the locally chartered union of the American Federation of Teachers.[9][10] AFT-Kanawha represents only teachers in Kanawha County. Fred Albert is the president of AFT Local [11] AFT-Kanawha is a local affiliate of AFT-West Virginia.[12] All AFT local unions are affiliated with the National and WV AFL-CIO [13]

The West Virginia School Service Personnel (WVSSPA)[14] represents school service personnel in Kanawha County Schools. School service personnel include non-administrative office employees, aides, custodians, transportation, maintenance, and school meal providers. WVSSPA is a chartered local of AFT-WV.[15]

The Kanawha County Education Association (KCEA) is an association of school administrators and teachers for this school district.[16] Dinah Adkins is the President. It is a local affiliate of the West Virginia Education Association.

School choice[edit]

West Virginia is one of 10 states that does not have a charter school law.[17]

By written request from a parent or guardian, a superintendent may transfer students from one school in the district to another. The county school board can also transfer students from one school district to another.[18]


High schools[edit]


Middle schools[edit]

  • John Adams Middle School
  • Cedar Grove Middle School
  • DuPont Middle School
  • Dunbar Middle School
  • East Bank Middle School
  • Elkview Middle School
  • Hayes Middle School
  • Andrew Jackson Middle School
  • West Side Middle School
    • It is in the "West Side" neighborhood in Charleston. It was previously Stonewall Jackson Middle School and it occupies a facility that formerly housed high school grades. In an online petition to give the school what became its current name surfaced, and 6, signatures appeared. In July of that year all members of the school board voted to change the name.[20]
  • Horace Mann Middle School
  • McKinley Middle School
  • South Charleston Middle School
  • Sissonville Middle School


Elementary schools[edit]

  • Alban Elementary School
  • Alum Creek Elementary School
  • Andrews Heights Elementary School
  • Anne Bailey Elementary School
  • Belle Elementary School
  • Bridge Elementary School
  • Bridgeview Elementary School
  • Cedar Grove Elementary School
  • Central Elementary School
  • Chamberlain Elementary School
  • Chesapeake Elementary School
  • Clendenin Elementary School
  • Cross Lanes Elementary School
  • Dunbar Primary School
  • Dunbar Intermediate School
  • Edgewood Elementary School
  • Elk Elementary Center
  • Flinn Elementary School
  • Grandview Elementary School
  • Holz Elementary School
  • Kanawha City Elementary School
  • Kenna Elementary School
  • Lakewood Elementary School
  • Malden Elementary School
  • Marmet Elementary School
  • Mary Ingles Elementary School
  • Midland Trail Elementary School
  • Montrose Elementary School
  • Nitro Elementary School
  • Overbrook Elementary School
  • Piedmont Elementary School
  • Pinch Elementary School
  • Point Harmony Elementary School
  • Pratt Elementary School
  • Richmond Elementary School
  • Ruffner Elementary School
  • Ruthlawn Elementary School
  • Sharon Dawes Elementary School
  • Shoals Elementary School
  • Sissonville Elementary School
  • Mary C. Snow West Side Elementary School
  • Weberwood Elementary School
  • George C. Weimer Elementary School


Alternative schools[edit]

Career and Technical[edit]

  • Ben Franklin Vocational Center
  • Carver Career Center
  • Garnet Career Center


Former Schools[edit]

Former High Schools[edit]

  • Booker T. Washington High School - Closed in when KCS was integrated and became Grant Junior High School, which closed in
  • Clendenin High School (Clendenin, West Virginia) - Consolidated with Elkview High School to form Herbert Hoover High School in September
  • Elkview High School (Elkview, West Virginia) - Consolidated with Clendenin High School in September to form Herbert Hoover High School.
  • Cedar Grove High School (Cedar Grove, West Virginia) - Consolidated into DuPont High School, now Cedar Grove Middle/Elementary School.
  • Charleston High School - Consolidated in with Stonewall Jackson into Capital.
  • Dunbar High School - Consolidated into South Charleston HS in [24]
  • DuPont High School - Consolidated in with East Bank into Riverside, now DuPont Middle.
  • East Bank High School - Consolidated in with Dupont into Riverside, now East Bank Middle.
  • Garnet High School - Closed in when KCS was integrated, now serves as Garnet Career Center.
  • Stonewall Jackson High School- Consolidated in with Charleston into Capital, now West Side Middle.


  1. ^School Board membersArchived at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^AARP Bulletin, "Issues threaten shortfall in Kanawha school budget, February 10,
  3. ^"Great Schools Kanawha County Schools - spending per pupil". Greatschools.org. Retrieved
  4. ^"West Virginia Department of Education - Kanawha County Schools - Adequate Yearly Progress". Archived from the original on Retrieved
  5. ^"West Virginia Department of Education - NCLB Data List by County". Archived from the original on July 18,
  6. ^"WVDOE - NCLB History". Archived from the original on July 18,
  7. ^"West Virginia Department of Education - WESTEST 2 Overview". Archived from the original on July 26,
  8. ^"WVDOE - WESTEST2/APTA Assessment Data - School Year ". Archived from the original on July 18,
  9. ^"American Federation of Teachers - A Union of Professionals". AFT. Retrieved
  10. ^"AFT-Kanawha Public Group". Facebook. Retrieved
  11. ^"Archived copy". Archived from the original on Retrieved CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  12. ^"AFT West Virginia". Wv.aft.org. Retrieved
  13. ^"West Virginia AFL-CIO". Wvaflcio.org. Retrieved
  14. ^"West Virginia School Service Personnel Association". West Virginia School Service Personnel Association.
  15. ^"History". West Virginia School Service Personnel Association.
  16. ^"Kanawha County Education Association". Pages.suddenlink.net. Retrieved
  17. ^"Find a Charter School". Archived from the original on September 22,
  18. ^"Great Schools, Barbour County Schools - Know your school choice options in West Virginia". Greatschools.org. Retrieved
  19. ^"Archived copy". Archived from the original on Retrieved CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  20. ^Dindak, Danielle; Jeff Morris (). "Kanawha school board unanimously votes to change name of Stonewall Jackson Middle School". WCHS-TV. Retrieved
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  22. ^"Archived copy". Archived from the original on Retrieved CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  23. ^[2]
  24. ^South Charleston High School

In surprising vote, Kanawha BOE names next superintendent

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