"I hope these latest results provided by the National Guard will help assure
parents, students and teachers that our schools are safe," West
Virginia Superintendent of Schools Jim Phares said in an emailed statement. "The results that are in for the impacted schools meet all standards. As always, student learning and
for their quick and diligent work with health officials and the National
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