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Wilson teachers requesting termination appeal

WILSON, TX (KCBD) -

The two teachers who were terminated from Wilson ISD last month have now hired legal representation to help with their appeal.

Patricia Johnson and Michelle Story have hired Glasheen, Valles, and Inderman to represent them.

Back on March 11, the district's school board voted to fire Johnson and Story. The board said the decision was based on what it thought was best for the students.

Three other teachers also resigned.

Some of the teachers claimed it was a hostile work environment at Wilson ISD and that they were bullied by the administration.

We will continue to follow this story as the appeal proceeds.

RELATED STORY: Parents confront school board after Wilson ISD loses five teachers in one day

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