The Palm Beach County School District will sue the city of West Palm Beach to stop the city from disconnecting nearly a dozen schools from its stormwater drainage system.
“I think we need to deal with this issue,” said Board Chairman Chuck Shaw, as the seven-member panel voted unanimously to approve General Counsel Sheryl Wood’s recommendation to seek the injunction.
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Other the school board business
Voted to approve the “school improvement plans” to correct three struggling charter schools that received D or F grades last school year.
The three schools put on improvement plans were the Charter School of Boynton Beach, Joseph Littles-Nguzo Saba Charter School in West Palm Beach and Leadership Academy West in West Palm Beach.
Earlier this year, district officials had proposed closing Leadership West down, but the school board denied that proposal.