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I had the opportunity to visit Collins, Oak Hill High and Fayetteville High over the past couple of days. I would like to say a big thank you to the staff and students of those schools, as well as all of the Board maintenance, central office, support staff, volunteers, parents and everyone in our system rallying together and working so diligently and optimistically, with great positive attitudes, for the children of our school system. You really are a shining light in a very bad situation. Your efforts are greatly appreciated!

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Structural report on Collins Middle School

Main building, back building and shop building 

Collins Middle School Structural Evaluation

This report and the report on the gym will be on the FCBOE site Tuesday

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Contact information for Elected officials, news organizations and others
 
Delegate Dave Perry - d.perry@wvhouse.gov
Delegate Tom Fast - tom.fast@wvhouse.gov
Delegate Kayla Kessinger - Kayla.kessinger@wvhouse.gov
Senator Bill Laird - william.laird@wvsenate.gov or Phone number - 304-357-7849 
 
Dr. Michael Martirano, State Superintendent of WV Schools, superintendent@wvde.state.wv.us, 304-558-2681
To send messages to the State Board members you must go through the Secretary Virginia Harris, vharris@k12.wv.us 
 
Governor's office
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Civil Rights Hotline
Call the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at 1-800-421-3481 to report any educational discrimination on the basis of race, sex, disability, etc., request information on civil rights compliance programs, procedures for filing discrimination complaints, or access to civil rights regulatory and policy documents. The local number in Washington, D.C. is 202-453-6100. Federal Relay Service. Email: ocr@ed.gov.

See the OCR Contact Us page to find the enforcement office serving your area or use the OCR Electronic Complaint Form.

OIG Office of Inspector General Civil Rights Hotline
Call the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) at 1-800-421-3481 to report any educational discrimination on the basis of race, sex, disability, etc., request information on civil rights compliance programs, procedures for filing discrimination complaints, or access to civil rights regulatory and policy documents. The local number in Washington, D.C. is 202-453-6100. Federal Relay Service. Email: ocr@ed.gov.

See the OCR Contact Us page to find the enforcement office serving your area or use the OCR Electronic Complaint Form.

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Policy E-5 Student Drug Testing

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Friends,

Welcome to my website.

As a lifelong resident of Fayette County, it is a great honor to serve on our Board of Education. I am grateful for the opportunity to work on behalf of you and your families, and thankful for your support.

My wife, Jennifer, and I are both products of Fayette County schools. Our daughter is currently a student in Fayette County while our son is a recent graduate.

Fayette County is facing challenging times. Nothing illustrates this better than the fact that our school system is under State Board of Education control.  

State intervention in our school system had been threatened since 1999, and came as a direct result of Fayette County's facility and staffing problems. Among other issues, we simply had too many schools for the number of students attending, according to state mandated formulas. Most recent attempts to address these problems failed locally, which prompted the eventual takeover of our county school system and forced long threatened school closures to become reality.

Even under current conditions, we must continue to fight for issues like:

- School safety

- Upgrades to our current facilities

- Enhanced programs within our current facilities

- Regaining local control of our school system

With your support I will continue to fight for the best possible school system for our students, teachers, staff and administrators by listening to all options and working towards the best solution available.

 Many good things have happened for the Fayette County school system during my four years in office.  I have included a Positive Progress Page on this site. The new page has links to the detailed progress being made in Fayette County attendance areas, as well as the overall system. 

 Thank you for visiting this website. Please take a moment browsing this site to learn more about the important issues facing our school system and how you can become involved. Check back often for news and updates.

Your comments are welcome. Please contact me with your questions, comments and suggestions at: info@leonivey.com.

It has been a privilege to receive such strong support in the past and I thank you for your continued support. 

Sincerely,

 

Leon Ivey

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To keep the lines of communication open,
I will keep this website up.  Please feel free 
to contact me. 

info@leonivey.com

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