FAIRMONT, W.Va (WDTV) – Marion County Schools held hearings for seven employees members who have been advisable to be moved from their present place.
From assistant principals to academics, these doubtlessly put up for transfer had the chance to talk to the board relating to their ideas on being positioned in a unique place.
Assistant Principal at Watson Elementary Kristie McDonald was one of the seven. She would have doubtlessly been moved again into the classroom after being an administrator for 3 years.
“As an administrator, I have the opportunity to impact every child in that building. I love every moment of it, and sometimes it is tough. You all know that” McDonald stated.
No one can be dropping a job. However, they may get moved and not using a alternative.
The representatives from the administration stated one of the explanations the seven transfers have been proposed was the discount in enrollment.
However, some individuals argued that these potential reductions would make class sizes bigger. Many individuals who spoke within the hearings have been against this.
A primary-grade instructor at Jayenne Elementary, Kristy Moore, spoke up for her colleague that was up for one of these transfers.
“Guess what? We are all the smartest in this space. It’s devastating to think that we would lose a first-grade position. This space will no longer exist for the students. We cannot pull off this type of dedicated teaching with our positions,” Moore defined.
A dad or mum of a Jayenne Elementary pupil, John Jones, shared his concern was making a change to a system that was already working.
“Because of the correct class size, students were more engaged with less wasted time,” Jones stated.
The board went into govt session for over an hour. When the board returned from the session, they voted for six out of the seven individuals to stay of their present positions.
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