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Jeromy Duelley is the new County Schools Assistant Superintendent

by Kate Evans

Jeromy Duelley

Jeromy Duelley, Morgan County Schools Director of Attendance, Safety, Maintenance and Career Technical Education (CTE), was hired as the new Assistant Superintendent of Morgan County Schools at the September 5 Morgan County School Board meeting. Duelley transferred to his new Assistant Superintendent position effective September 6.


Duelley received his Bachelor’s of Arts Degree in Elementary Education (K-6) and Social Studies (5-9) from Glenville State University and his Master’s of Educational Leadership Degree (K-12) from Salem International University. He also holds professional teaching and administrative certificates.


Duelley first came to Morgan County Schools in 2006, serving as a fourth grade teacher at Paw Paw Elementary from 2006-2013. He also served as halftime Paw Paw Schools Assistant Principal and halftime Paw Paw Elementary fourth grade teacher from 2013-2015.

Duelley also was Berkeley Springs High School Assistant Principal and also Morgan County Schools CTE Director for three years from July 2015-June 2018.

Duelley worked for Frederick County Schools, Virginia as a Gainesboro Elementary School fifth grade teacher from August 2018-June 2019 and also an Admiral Byrd Middle School senior teacher from August 2019-August 2020. Duelley returned to Morgan County Schools in September 2020 as Director of Attendance, Safety, Maintenance and Career Technical Education.

Duelley has also been a Paw Paw High School varsity boys basketball head coach and assistant coach, a Paw Paw Junior High boys basketball coach and a Paw Paw High School assistant baseball coach.

Duelley has chaired the Morgan County Schools Buildings and Grounds, Athletics and Safety Committees since 2020, served as special education administrator at Berkeley Springs High School from 2016-2018 and was the state assessment exam coordinator at Paw Paw Schools from 2013-2015.

Duelley was Paw Paw Elementary’s Teacher of the Year during the 2010-2011 school year and was a Morgan County Schools Extra Miler Award recipient.

His new responsibilities

Duelley said that as Assistant School Superintendent he would be handling all areas of Human Resources including personnel hiring, personnel investigations, managing the school substitute system and the new teachers program and whatever else he’s assigned to do.