By MICHAEL ERB
The Parkersburg News and Sentinel
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Teachers and service personnel will be keeping a close eye on West Virginia legislators this week as the state’s 55 county school systems prepare for a two-day work stoppage.
The walkout, planned for Thursday and Friday of this week, was announced by state teacher and service personnel representatives during a rally Saturday in Charleston.
State and local education representatives have said they are working with county school systems to help parents and administrators plan ahead for the work stoppage. School-related sports events will be decided by each county on an individual basis.
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