Redbank Valley teachers issue strike notice

NEW BETHLEHEM — The Redbank Valley Education Association said it notified the school district of the union’s intention to strike Sept. 13 if the labor situation is not resolved by that date.

Patrick Andrekovich, the Pennsylvania State Education Association representative, said in a news release the union provided acting Superintendent Amy Rupp with official notification that the teachers would strike at the beginning of the workday. The current contract expired June 30, 2019.

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