Brambleton v. LCPS – The Story Continues

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[FirewallNOVA got this report from a spectator at today’s hearing.]

Substitute Circuit Court Judge Herman A. Whisenant heard argument today on a motion in the Brambleton v. LCPS case. It’s actually titled “Kelsey v. Loudoun County School Board,” but it exists because a number of parents of Briar Woods HS students who live in Brambleton are unhappy that the school board’s latest attendance-zone map moves their children out of Briar Woods. The law does allow anyone who is negatively affected by a school board’s decision to ask a court to review it, but the review is kind of limited and the court can only overturn the school board if the court finds the decision was “arbitrary and capricious.”

The exchange between the attorneys and the judge was interesting… Continue reading “Brambleton v. LCPS – The Story Continues”