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Update: Teachers Union — Lawsuits already planned, Complaints filed with WA Attorney General

At present the

Freedom Foundation is looking for parents of current students who would be willing to participate as intervenors if/when the school districts sue to break the teachers’ strike.

We think that if the teachers strike, there are two concrete things that a court could do to serve the best interest of parents and children: (1) authorize the school district to fire striking teachers and replace them with teachers willing to accept the terms the school district is offering, and (2) if the district is incapable of providing classes for its students, the district should pay for the students to attend schools that can meet the students’ educational needs.

image001If you know of anyone who fits this description please ask them to contact DAVE ROLAND, Director, Theodore L. Stiles Center For Liberty — email: dave@stilescenter.org Phone: 360.956.3482 | PO Box 552, Olympia, WA 98507

Additionally, today I have filed a consumer complaint with the WA State Attorney General (See below), And provided an email to both the SKSD and the SKEA stating the following,

This is fair warning… if the Attorney General refuses to act to protect the rights of homeowners in their good fai(th) business expectancy between the School District and these homeowners, of which I am one, I will, under RCW 7.56, be seeking to remove the SK School Board for breach and for damages against the District… All other rights of action against any other party preserved.
Sincerely,
Bill Scheidler
360-769-8531

— the forwarded message follows —

From: crcmail@atg.wa.gov
Subject: AGO Complaint
Date: 29 Aug 2013 11:23:28 -0700
To: billscheidler@wavecable.com
Full Headers
Undecoded Letter
Bill,

Thank you for submitting a complaint to the Office of the Attorney General on 8/29/2013. Your complaint is very important to us and we have assigned it to a consumer resource center specialist. Due to the volume and complexity of complaints made to our office, normal complaint processing time is approximately 4 weeks. We are currently experiencing an increase of incoming complaints which may result in a longer processing time. We apologize for the delay and thank you very much for your patience.

Please do not respond to this email address. The mailbox is not monitored. If you have questions, please contact our Consumer Resource Center at 1-800-551-4636.

Information Submitted:

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Bill C Scheidler
1515 Lidstrom Place E
Port Orchard, WA 98366

Contact Phone: 360-769-8531
Alternate Phone: 360-769-8531
Email: billscheidler@wavecable.com
Age Range: 59+

Are you an active duty service member, a military dependent, retired from active duty, or a veteran: Yes

If English is not your first language, what is your first language:
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Business Name: South Kitsap Education Association
4586 Mile Hill Dr.
Port Orchard, WA 98366

Bus Phone: 360-871-4149
Email: skeapo@gmail.com
Website: http://weteachsouthkitsap.wordpress.com/2013/08/27

Names and addresses of any other businesses involved in your complaint:
South Kitsap School District

Transaction date: 8/28/2013
Amount in dispute: Levy funds

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Explanation of complaint:
Background: South Kitsap Homeowners have been paying a South Kitsap School District ‘s [SKSD] levy that was passed by voters. This has created a “business expectancy” between Homeowners who are paying this levy and the School District who receives this levy money.

Cause of Complaint: As the news reports … the South Kitsap Education Association [SKEA] plans on going on ‘Strike’ if the Association’s demands are not met. The is reported by the SKEA on their web site and in local newspapers. If the SKEA by their threatened strike or in any other way ‘interferes’ with the South Kitsap School Districts obligation to homeowners who are paying the District Levy, the SKEA will be interfering with the business expectancy established by the levy between the SKSD and Homeowners who are paying the levy.

Solution requested.

Seek an injunction against the SKEA that will prevent a strike. Or claim for damages, return of levy amount, on behalf of all the homeowners’ who, in good faith, pay a levy tax in exchange for the SKSD providing educational services unencumbered by third parties – i.e. the SKEA.

Complaint as Public Record: Yes
Disclosure Notices: Yes

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