The Chairman of Roanoke County’s Board of Supervisors says the county school board is doing the right thing in reviewing the process it is using on how to handle next school year’s renovations at Cave Spring High School. The school board created an initial outcry when it announced most Cave Spring students would go to Hidden Valley High for a year before reversing that decision. Its next public hearing to consider options is next Monday evening, and supervisor Joe McNamara says that’s the right way to do it:

McNamara is completing his fourth term on the Board of Supervisors and is its current chairman. He spoke live this morning on WFIR, and here is the full conversation: