The statewide education strike will end after two days following the House of Delegates not acting Wednesday on the omnibus legislation.
The announcement from union leaders came after the House of Delegates moved to indefinitely postpone the education omnibus bill.
William Barr was sworn in Thursday.
Lawmakers passed a deal following the news President Donald Trump would also declare a national emergency to get funding for a U.S.-Mexico border wall.
Conference committee leaders announced Monday the agreement, which includes 55 miles of new barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border.
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., previously served as the ranking member of the Energy Subcommittee.
President Donald Trump spoke briefly to a group of Webster County High School students on Wednesday.
President Donald Trump gave his second State of the Union address on Tuesday.
Matthew Whitaker currently serves as acting attorney general, a position he took after Jeff Sessions' forced resignation in November.
The conference committee is responsible for coming up with a deal on border security.
Education groups have begun discussions on the actions to take against the Senate education legislation.
President Donald Trump and Congress agreed to a deal to open the government through Feb. 15.
Former state Sen. Richard Ojeda resigned from the Senate earlier this month.
Friday will mark the 35th day of the partial government shutdown.
The shutdown was set to begin next Wednesday at the Greenbrier resort.
The U.S. Senate will likely take up a bill this week regarding border security and ending the partial government shutdown.
Saturday marked day 30 of the partial government shutdown.
U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., has been part of the whip team since January 2015.
Paul Hardesty will replace Richard Ojeda in the Senate on Friday.
Forty-seven senators, including Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, cosponsored the resolution, the first on the matter of the 116th Congress.