New West Virginia schools superintendent to start work on Sept. 15

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CHARLESTON, West Virginia — West Virginia's new schools superintendent will report for work on Sept. 15.

The state Board of Education hired Michael Martirano this summer to replace the retiring Jim Phares.

Martirano was superintendent of St. Mary's County Public Schools in Maryland. The Charleston Daily Mail (http://bit.ly/Xfnqor) reports he was contractually obligated there until September.

Martirano will earn an annual salary of $230,000. The state board had lobbied the Legislature to remove the $175,000 salary cap for the position.


Information from: Charleston Daily Mail, http://www.charlestondailymail.com

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