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Mediation continues with judge for Reynoldsburg

Mediation continues with judge for Reynoldsburg

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The court ordered remediation (which stemmed from a lawsuit to close the schools) went until 11 p.m. Thursday night. Judge Richard Frye said the group broke into smaller groups to work out issues and he even left to get snacks and food to keep the talks going. The groups will be back Friday at noon to continue discussions. The judge who has been the mediator has said he hopes that a solution can be found before the homecoming game Friday night.

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Previously October 1, 2014
Lawsuit to close Reynoldsburg schools denied by judge

UPDATE: The lawsuit filed by a parent to shut down Reynoldsburg was denied by a judge, and instead Judge Michael J. Holbrook ordered mediation between the school board, parent Thomas Drabick and Reynoldsburg Education Association. Judge David Frye was selected as the mediator between the groups. The mediation began after the hearing, according to NBC4.

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The tumultuous times in Reynoldsburg continue, and the lawsuit filed by a parent to shut the schools down until the strike is over is set to land in court Wednesday morning. The parent, Thomas Drabick, is also an attorney and he says that the board has an obligation to protect their students, and he has also joined teachers on the picket line, according to NBC4.

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Previously September 26, 2014
Parent files complaint to close Reynoldsburg Schools

Reynoldsburg has hit another bump in the road. A parent has filed a lawsuit at the Franklin County Common Pleas Court against the district to shut the doors of the schools until the strike is over. “The conditions inside the building are unsafe and the superintendent and the board of education have a legal obligation to act to protect the interests of the students,” said parent Tom Drabick who is also an attorney for the Ohio Association of Public School Employees. The teachers are set to meet with the board again to negotiate a contract Sunday.

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