A group of Neshaminy School District parents and taxpayers held a rally outside of the Bucks County Courthouse in Doylestown Tuesday to show their support of the school board.
Members of the school board and Neshaminy Federation of Teachers were set to appear in front of Judge Robert Baldi with the possibility that the court could intervene in the ongoing contract impasse.
One of the rally's organizers, Angie Manning, said that she and those in attendance wanted to show their support of the school board members who volunteer their time to the district.
"They give up time from work...we hope the judge understands that," Langhorne resident Leann Hartpence said. The NFT has previously said that it wants "around-the-clock negotiations" in order to settle a new contract.
Larry Pastor told Patch that he wants the school board to be able to lead negotiations without intervention.