West Virginia schools superintendent plans to visit teachers, students in Charleston


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CHARLESTON, West Virginia — West Virginia's new schools superintendent is heading straight to the source on his first day of work.

Michael Martirano plans to visit the newly built Edgewood Elementary in Charleston following a swearing-in ceremony at the state Culture Center on Monday.

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

Martirano previously was superintendent of St. Mary's County Public Schools in Maryland.

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