PSEA filed a Notice of Appeal to the Supreme Court on Friday, February 20, 2015 regarding the Right to Know the home addresses of school employees. On Thursday, February 26, 2015, the Commonwealth Court issued a stay in the home address case and restored the injunction.

Those Districts who have received or will receive Right to Know Requests for the home addresses of school employees do not have to provide the home addresses of school employees  because of the injunction.  However, a response from the District should be sent to the Requester denying the request and citing the injunction issued by the Commonwealth Court. “That on February 26, 2015, the July 28, 2009 preliminary injunction entered in the matter, as modified on March 25, 2014 is restored.”

We will continue to keep you updated in this matter.

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Alfred Maiello

Alfred C. Maiello is the founding member of MBM and has represented area school districts as solicitor for 50 years. He counsels school districts and educational institutions on leading developments in school law and guiding them through their day-to-day and long-term challenges.