NEW CUMBERLAND — The Hancock County Board of Schooling accomplished its annual analysis of Superintendent Daybreak Petrovich Thursday, with members saying she has met or exceeded all classes established by the West Virginia Board of Schooling.
The announcement was made Thursday as a part of a particular assembly at Oak Glen Excessive Faculty.
The varsity board had convened in one other particular session Tuesday, in accordance with Danny Kaser, who was presiding over his closing assembly as board president, with members assembly for roughly two hours to carry out the evaluate as outlined by state officers.
The analysis, Kaser mentioned, focuses on the coed achievement within the county, each normally and, extra particularly, in low-performing faculties. Kaser famous Hancock County has not had any faculties thought-about “low-performing” for a number of years.
“Ms. Petrovich has met or exceeded the objectives set for her,” Kaser mentioned, providing his congratulations.
In line with the West Virginia Faculty Board Affiliation, an analysis of every county faculty superintendent is to be held not less than yearly, to evaluate given targets, pupil efficiency throughout the county, in addition to areas resembling group relations, management of the district and different decided areas.
“The evaluations all deal with pupil success,” Kaser mentioned following the assembly.
Beneath state code, the analysis is to be held in government session, with the board making a normal public assertion as to the outcomes. Extra info, resembling compensation and contractual phrases could also be launched if each the board and superintendent consent.
Attending Thursday’s assembly along with Kaser have been board members Larry Shaw and Chris Gillette. Board member Toni Hinerman participated by phone.
Petrovich was named the superintendent of Hancock County Colleges in 2019, signing a four-year contract with the college district. Previous to being named superintendent, she served as assistant superintendent of faculties below the earlier two superintendents, has served as county take a look at coordinator, principal at Broadview Elementary and assistant principal at Weir Center and Allison Elementary.
In different enterprise, the board, by a 3-1 vote, authorised the creation of seven new licensed positions for the 2022-23 faculty yr: a multi-categorical/autism instructor at Oak Glen Center; a mutli-categorical/autism instructor at Allison Elementary; an assistant principal at New Manchester Elementary; an assistant principal at Weirton Elementary; a faculty counselor at Weirton Elementary; a faculty counselor on the John D. Rockefeller IV Profession Heart; and a countywide LPN help who will likely be primarily based at Weirton Elementary.
The board additionally authorised, 4-0, the transfers of Carla Carinci-Bell to assistant principal at Weirton Elementary; Mary Ann Petrelle to highschool counselor at Weirton Elementary; Kayla Warrick to grade 5 instructor at Weir Center; Kaitlin Karpinski to kindergarten instructor at Allison Elementary; and Amanda Schey to grade 1 instructor at Weirton Elementary; in addition to approving the hiring of Troy Whittaker as math instructor at Weir Excessive Faculty and approving Randy Kernen as an assistant soccer coach at Weir Center Faculty.