Lakeland Joint School District Authority v. Scott Township School District. - Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania

Lakeland Joint School District Authority v. Scott Township School District.

By Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania

  • Release Date: 1964-05-27
  • Genre: Law
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On December 11, 1959, the school districts of the boroughs of Jermyn and Mayfield and the townships of Carbondale, Greenfield and Scott (member districts), all in Lackawanna County, entered into a written agreement (jointure contract), for the purpose of forming the Lakeland Joint School District (joint district), to establish and operate a joint school system to be administered by a joint school board (joint board), initially composed of all members of the participating school district boards. Inter alia, this jointure contract provided for the construction of a junior-senior high school (high school) in Scott Township (Scott), to accommodate all high school students in the system and, further, provided that the effective date of the contract would be the first Monday in July

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