CHARLESTON, W.Va. — All West Virginia media are invited to attend the Glenville State College “Home Grown Project”.
See the information below:
WHAT: Glenville State College “Home Grown Project”
WHERE: Governor’s Cabinet & Conference Room (SoS office)
WHEN: Thursday, February 7th, 10-10:30am
Please join Glenville State College President Dr. Tracy Pellett, and 15 School Superintendents from counties in West Virginia for a signing ceremony kicking off the “Home Grown Project.”
The “Home Grown” project was created to address the teacher shortage in West Virginia, which has reached crisis levels. This is problematic considering the long-term educational and economic impact for families and the state. Glenville State is establishing a confederation of central West Virginia school districts that it will work to increase the number of certified teachers in shortage areas.
List of County School Superintendents to be in attendance:
MaryJane Pope Albin
Mr. Ken Cook, Asst. Superintendent
Dr. Deb Harrison Asst. Super
Anna Kincaid-Cline, Asst. Superintendent