If you are wondering what is going on in the dispute over a teacher contract in West Shore School District the answer seems to be: Nothing.
Nearly a month after the teachers gave their union authorization to call a strike, neither side has returned to the bargaining table.
And no negotiation sessions have yet been scheduled, Lauri Lebo, a spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania State Education Association, said Friday. She said teachers still hope to resume the talks.
Ryan Argot, a school district spokesman, could not be reached for comment.
The teachers gave the strike authorization on Sept. 16. The district must be given at least 48 hours notice of any strike.