KEYSER - Long-time Mineral County Schools employee Kelli Wilson was named assistant superintendent Tuesday evening during the regular meeting of the Mineral County School Board.

By Liz Beavers
lbeavers@newstribune.info
Tribune Managing Editor
KEYSER - Long-time Mineral County Schools employee Kelli Wilson was named assistant superintendent Tuesday evening during the regular meeting of the Mineral County School Board.
Wilson, who is currently serving as assistant director of curriculum and instruction, will move into the assistant superintendent position on Thursday, July 18.
The assistant position has been vacant since June 30, when Dwight Williams’ contract expired. Williams served as assistant under Shawn Dilly, whose contract also expired on June 30. He has since moved out of the area.
Wilson’s transfer was unanimously approved by the board on a motion made by member Rob Woy and seconded by Mary Jane Baniak.
Later in Tuesday’s meeting, the board accepted the resignation of W. Scott Staley as director of curriculum and instruction for secondary and technical education, leaving two key positions open in the county administrative offices.
Both positions will be advertised.