Archive - Dec 20, 2013 - News Article
Cynthia Wilson, director of community development at the West Point/Clay County Growth Alliance, was terminated from her position Friday morning following a vote from the Growth Alliance board.
Board President Dwight Dyess cited job performance in the Wilson's dismissal. Her termination is effective immediately.
Wilson joined the Growth Alliance in March 2011.
For more details, see Sunday's edition of Daily Times Leader.
By Donna Summerall
Central School has implemented a new program; Positive Behavior Intervention and Support. The program encourages children to strive for better behavior with positive reinforcement. Central still strives toward academic success, but well-behaved children in the classroom can only improve the learning experience, according to Central School Principal Wynesther Cousins.
BY JUSTIN MINYARD
Thursday was a big day for the Clay County Board of Supervisors. Although the agenda was light at Thursday's meeting, one bullet point stood out â€” bolded on the printed agenda, as a matter of fact. District supervisors opened bids for the extensive Yokohama Boulevard project scheduled to begin in the coming days.