Created on Monday, 11 June 2012 15:22
Students in the Neshaminy School District return to their classrooms Wednesday for the first time since teachers walked out on Monday, June 4. A Bucks County judge ordered them to end their strike on Friday, but union leaders say they are ending it early as a gesture of good faith. They also say they hope the judge’s involvement will lead to a more intensive negotiating schedule. They originally offered to return Tuesday, but School Board President Ritchie Webb says that would not have allowed enough time to prepare for busing and food service.