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W.Va. Schools for the Deaf and Blind Here to Stay

The Board of Education approved a a resolution during its monthly meeting to keep the Schools for the Deaf and the Blind in Romney.
HAMPSHIRE COUNTY, W.Va. - The West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind are staying put. That's the decision made by the West Virginia Board of Education. 

The Board of Education approved a resolution during its monthly meeting to keep the Schools for the Deaf and the Blind in Romney.  Board President Gayle Manchin said, "The State Board visited the schools last month and it became obvious that the community of Romney is the right place for the schools and the students."

Earlier this year, the State Board asked Superintendent Doctor Lynn Boyer to research if Romney was the best location for the specialized school. 
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