• Parents against Union Co. schools redistricting to voice opinions tonight


    MONROE, N.C. - Parents in Union County plan to make their voices heard Monday night in opposition to a controversial redistricting plan for students.

    They've been fighting the plan for weeks and most recently spoke out at a public hearing Thursday night.

    The board is trying to ease overcrowding and has also talked about putting mobile classrooms at some schools.

    Monday’s meeting starts at 6 p.m. at Parkwood High School in Monroe.

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