On May 12, the Union County Board of Education filed with the North Carolina Court of Appeals a request for rehearing of its April 7 decision which reversed the Board of Education’s judgment against the Union County Board of Commissioners and sent the case back to court in Union County for a new trial.
You’ll seldom find School Resource Officer Stephanie Harms in her office at Parkwood Middle School; but there’s a very good reason.
South Piedmont Community College (SPCC) and Union County Public Schools hosted the Inaugural Robotics Challenge of Union County 2015, Saturday.
The 2015-16 Union County Public Schools Teacher of the Year will be named next week. The competition has furthered narrowed from 20 semifinalists to 11 semifinalists.
With the decision by the N.C. Court of Appeals, the funding dispute over the 2013-2014 school budget can either be re-tried, settled out of court or appealed to a higher court.
The North Carolina Court of Appeals remanded a new trial in the funding dispute between the Union County Board of Education in the Union County Board of County Commissioners in a decision handed down Tuesday.