The school district filed the suit, demanding a stop to sicks-outs.
In January, teachers were protesting very poor working conditions, lack of necessary school supplies, even showing our cameras the leaking ceilings, rodent feces and mold that covers some schools.
While teachers say the sick-outs were important to stand up for their rights, the district says it is hurting the kids, leaving more than 40,000 children out of school several times this year.
Just this month, the Detroit Federation of Teachers urged more sick-outs, closing 94 schools two days in a row.
That sick-out was sparked by an announcement that teachers may not be paid for days already worked.
Legislators say they continue to work on bills to keep funneling money to DPS.