Morgan County Schools
Bylaws & Policies


The Board of Education believes that education is a continuous process throughout life and supports the position that the County should cooperate with other community agencies in providing education, employment and training, economic, civic, cultural, social, and recreational needs of adults in the community served by public schools. The school, in this setting, becomes a force for community service and improvement; and the values the community seeks for children in the regular school program are, thus, available for all citizens through the adult program.

Adult Education is to be delivered consistent with WVBE Policy 2420, Guidelines for Compliance with Adult Education Programs and Computation for Adults Enrolled Under the School Aid Formula, Adults in Net Enrollment.

West Virginia State Board of Education Policy 2420 and Policy 2510