Eight Regional Education Service Agencies (RESAs) were established by the
West Virginia Board of Education under WV Code 18-2-26 in 1972. As mandated,
General RESA Services
- Assessment of Educational Needs
- Computer Basic Skills Support
- Computer Information Systems
- Cooperative Purchasing
- Cost Effective Programs
- Integrated Professional Development
- Equal Educational Opportunities
- Exemplary Teacher Recognition
- Feasibility Studies
- Instructional Models
- Legislative Evaluation Reports
- Technical Assistance to Low Performing Schools
- Coordinate regional planning for Cooperative Purchasing for Region 2 Counties in the areas of
Instructional, Custodial, Computer Supplies, Transportation, and Food Services.
- Assist/Coordinate county and consultative personnel in the development of regional feasability studies.
- Serve as a liaison among local, regional, and state agencies in the exploration and development of appropriate
regional cost effective programs.
The RESA 2 Office is located at 2001 McCoy Road in the former Park Hills Elementary School above Ritter Park in Huntington, WV. Under the direction of Dr. Dee Cockrille, the Executive Director, RESA 2 provides leadership in developing cooperative regional programs which provide cost effective educational opportunities for our educational community. RESA 2 proudly serves K-12 public education in Cabell, Lincoln, Logan, Mason, Mingo, and Wayne counties in the south-western region of West Virginia.
RESA 2 Mission
The mission of RESA 2 is to advance the quality of education while focusing on
cost-effective measures in the Region 2 counties of Cabell, Lincoln, Logan, Mason,
Mingo, and Wayne.
RESA 2 strives to promote cooperative efforts among the counties,
promote excellence in administrative practices and teaching strategies,
and consolidate resources in an effort to provide quality educational
2001 McCoy Road
Huntington, WV 25701