Still, the school remained open for this school year as the court issues were sorted out. Roughly 350 students from kindergarten through 12th grade go to the school and those who are not graduating will need to find a new place to attend classes. Atty. Alan Young, Court Appointed Custodian for Pocono Mountain Charter, says "they have to follow the charter school law at this point. What ever district... that are available where they live."
The school ran into other issues in the past when founder Pastor Dennis Bloom pleaded guilty to tax evasion last year.
The final graduation will be held at 7pm Wednesday. The last day of classes is Thursday and after June 21st, 61 teachers will be unemplowed.
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