These series of yearly meetings allows the local school improvement committees from elementary schools to present improvements made between each year.
It provides board members with the opportunity to receive detailed information about the accomplishments and struggles of each school.
Chriss, Greenmont and Kanawha Elementary Schools read reports detailing students performance, needs of each school, and plans for improvement in the future.
These meetings create a flow of information and allow comparison of what techniques work best for teachers and students.
"I was really, really pleased to hear particularly from our schools about how they are trying to focus on individual students needs and trying to move away from the idea of looking at blocks of students and cell sizes," says Wood County Superintendent James Law. "To really focus on individual students needs."