WAYNE COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Wayne County Schools officials are moving ahead with plans Wednesday after voters approved an $18 million bond measure, as well as continuing their ongoing search for a new superintendent.
School spokesman Bill Rosenberger said school design committees will be formed in the next week to discuss a "whole litany of things to be done over the summer."
The committees will select school color schemes, mascots and other details. Then they will start getting bid documents together.
While bonds will not be sold until September, school officials want to have everything ready before that happens.
The demolition of the old Ceredo-Kenova High School will be one of the first things on the list after the bonds are sold.
As far as the issue of choosing a superintendent, Rosenberger said 10 applications were presented to the Board of Education in executive session on Wednesday.
They have until June 1 to make a decision. Board members possibly will make a decision on the top three candidates.
Each board member will likely take applications home to help in their decision making.