The South Burlington district was sued by residents upset that the issue wasn’t put to voters. The district lawyer says board members, not residents, have the authority to make such decisions.
Dan Emmons’ attorney: “He is the wrong ideological persuasion for the South Burlington School District. You can’t throw someone out of the local school district because you don’t like them.”
News Release — South Burlington School District April 3, 2017 Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org South Burlington – South Burlington School District School Board issued the following statement today: After nine meetings over four months without significant progress toward a contract, the South Burlington School Board declared impasse on March 17th in its negotiations with the South Burlington […]
The South Burlington City/School Task Force is making progress. Last night the Task Force set a Community Meeting date for March 10th.
School board and SBEA fail to reach agreement after first bargaining session in more than a week. Meanwhile, school officials have decided to allow extracurricular activities to continue as scheduled.
Vermont-NEA attorney Alan Biederman tried to show Cassidy basically overreacted to the email and that Cook’s comment about picketing had no ulterior motive.
Labor board begins trial proceedings in the South Burlington School District case against the Vermont NEA