According to an upcoming agenda for the W.Va. Board of Education, Superintendent David L. Roach will submit his retirement soon.
The agenda was released for a special session of the board set for next Friday, June 23, at 9 a.m. At this time, the board will move to officially accept Roach's retirement.
If the board approves, Roach's retirement would be effective as of close of business on Friday, June 30. The board will also need to appoint Roach's replacement.
The next regular meeting of the W.Va. BOE is set for Wednesday, July 12.
The West Virginia Board of Education will consider the retirement of State Superintendent David L. Roach late this month, according to the agenda for the board’s next special meeting.
The state Board will meet in special session at 9 a.m. Friday, June 23 to officially accept Roach’s retirement, according to a release from Christy Day, director of communications for the West Virginia Board of Education.
If approved by board members, Roach’s retirement would be effective at the close of business on Friday, June 30.
The Board will also appoint a new State Superintendent, according to the release from Day. The Board’s next regular meeting is slated for Wednesday, July 12.