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William R. Nye

Superintendent

Grand Valley Local Schools

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Grand Valley Local Schools

111 Grand Valley Ave. West

Orwell, Ohio,44076

United States

Background Information

Employment History

Superintendent

NEOMIN


Principal

Jefferson Area School District


Affiliations

Northeast District Athletic Board

Board Member


Ohio High School Athletic Association

Board Member


Class A

Representative


Education

Grand Valley High School


bachelor's degree

animal and veterinary science

West Virginia University


master's degrees

agricultural microbiology and education administration


Web References(57 Total References)


starbeacon.com

"The more days here the better," said Bill Nye of Grand Valley Local Schools.


starbeacon.com

"Chardon is a little too close to home and we had parents calling all morning asking what our safety procedures are," said Grand Valley Superintendent Bill Nye.
"Our facility is locked down all day everyday. All of our staff has been made aware of the situation in Chardon," Nye said. "We have a safety plan for fires, tornadoes, lockdown procedures and evacuation. We have a lockdown procedure for intruder; what we do depends on what is happening," he said. Nye also said that in conjunction with Pymatuning Valley Local Schools, the two districts are trying to schedule some professional development that is more than lockdown and hide. "All schools have procedures in place. We are able to lock down portions of our building to isolate an intruder. We make administrative decisions at any given time depending on what happens in what venue," he said. Nye said the rub is as in Chardon's case, unless they had metal detectors, any child can hide a weapon in their belongings. He would prefer to be proactive instead of reactive, to be able to identify at risk or troubled students. But programs, including necessary support services like counseling services and family intervention specialists, are expensive, and as Nye said, these services are the first to get cut. "They cut school budgets over and over. Funding makes a difference. We try to help the troubled kids, but this takes money. Proactive is the way to go the way to avoid what happened at Chardon. Resolve problems before trouble happens," Nye said.


www.gazettenewspapers.com [cached]

"I did all I could to tell everyone the situation," Grand Valley superintendent Bill Nye said.
"The board and I went out of our way to support this and I thought we had a good campaign. The superintendent and board are now faced with tough decisions. "It will be my philosophy to have unilateral adjustments in all categories," Nye said, clearly frustrated with the outcome. more...


www.starbeacon.com

Plosila replaces William Nye, who was named superintendent of the Grand Valley Local School District.Keep said the district is sorry to lose Nye, but pleased to have an experienced principal taking over on an interim basis."We wish Bill Nye the best of luck," he said.


www.starbeacon.com

Jefferson High School Principal William Nye will be switching hats soon after being hired Monday as Grand Valley Local School District's new superintendent. Published September 17, 2007 11:00 pm - William R. Nye graduated from Grand Valley High School in 1981.Now he's back as superintendentORWELL- Welcome back: William R. Nye Jr. of Hartsgrove graduated from Grand Valley High School in 1981.Monday night, he was hired as superintendent, with a two-year contract.His yearly salary was set at $85,000.I could still be here (Jefferson) until December," Nye said.Applying for the Grand Valley school executive job was a tough decision for Nye."I love my job here at Jefferson, but the opportunity was open at Grand Valley.I like working with kids, and I'm a people person.I was born and raised a Mustang.This is my home (community)," Nye said."I've lots of ideas and am glad to be here," he said.Nye was among 23 applicants for the superintendent's position left vacant Aug. 31 when former school executive John Sheets took a similar job in Trumbull County's Howland School District.Nye earned his bachelor's degree in animal and veterinary science from West Virginia University in 1985 and holds two master's degrees in agricultural microbiology and education administration.He then went on to Hiram College in 1990 for his teaching certification.Since 1990, he's been employed by Jefferson Area School District, teaching science and vocational agriculture.Three years ago, he completed courses for his superintendent certification.He also has coached track, wrestling and football at Jefferson Area High School and the middle school.In addition, Nye is a familiar face at area wrestling matches as a licensed referee.


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