West Virginia Academy board President John Treu attends Monday’s Preston Board of Education meeting in Kingwood. KINGWOOD — The debate on whether to approve a charter school’s application is coming down to a number of days. The Preston County Board of Education on Monday tabled until Nov. 30 a decision whether to give its OK to the charter application from West Virginia Academy Ltd. The private school would be located in Monongalia County, but has opted to label the Bruceton region as a “primary recruitment area.” Because of that decision, state education officials said the school boards of both counties would have to serve as a governing board that would first have to consider the application and whether to approve it before sending it to the state Board of Education. The academy submitted its application July 24, and subsequently announced that it had been approved by default because no action had been taken on it at the counties’ level by Oct. 24 — 90 days after the application had been received. Preston County Schools Superintendent Steve Wotring acknowledged the 90-day stipulation in the state’s charter school law, but said the same law gave the boards until Oct. 31 to return to the academy a list of deficiencies they felt were contained within the application. That list was presented to the academy visit this site on Oct.https://www.wvnews.com/prestoncountynews/news/board-of-education-holds-off-on-taking-action-on-charter-school/article_0896f1aa-c28b-5260-bbb3-afebe645105e.html
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