TOPTON, Pa. - The union representing Brandywine Heights teachers and other employees say they are readying to confront the school board over an ongoing contract dispute.
In a statement issued Sunday, the Brandywine Heights Education Association -- the union representing 135 teachers and other employees of the Brandywine Heights Area School District --announced its intention to confront the school board meeting during its Monday meeting.
The union says its employees have been without a new contract for more than 600 days.
The school board meeting is scheduled to begin 6 p.m. at the middle school.
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