No. 21484.

933 P.2d 642 (1997)

129 Idaho 833

Marsha A. FOLKS, Claimant-Respondent, v. MOSCOW SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 281, Employer-Appellant, and State of Idaho, Department of Employment, Defendant-Respondent.

Supreme Court of Idaho, Boise, September 1996 Term.

March 7, 1997.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Stoel Rives, LLP, Boise, for claimant-respondent. John E. Rumel argued.

Alan G. Lance, Attorney General; Carol L. Brassey, Deputy Attorney General, Boise, for defendant-respondent. Carol L. Brassey argued.

Green Law Offices, Boise, for appellant. Cumer L. Green argued.

TROUT, Chief Justice

This is an appeal from a decision by the Industrial Commission (Commission) granting unemployment benefits to respondent Marsha Folks on the basis that she was discharged, but not for misconduct related to her employment.



Folks began working for Moscow School District No. 281 (District) in 1976 as the District's orchestra teacher. Alan Lee also taught for the District at that time. Folks alleges that she...

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