Extension given in Morgan Hill T-shirt flap

 

The Morgan Hill Unified School District, former Principal Nick
Boden and Assistant Principal Miguel Rodriguez were granted an
extension until Sept. 2 to respond to the lawsuit filed by the
parents of three of the four Live Oak High School students who were
sent home from school for wearing American flag T-shirts on Cinco
de Mayo.
The Morgan Hill Unified School District, former Principal Nick Boden and Assistant Principal Miguel Rodriguez were granted an extension until Sept. 2 to respond to the lawsuit filed by the parents of three of the four Live Oak High School students who were sent home from school for wearing American flag T-shirts on Cinco de Mayo.

U.S. District Judge James Ware approved the extension since the district’s two lawyers are also representing Boden and Rodriguez who are named in the suit.

John and Dianna Dariano, parents of Matt Dariano, 16; Kurt and Julie Ann Fagerstrom, parents of Dominic Maciel, 15; and Kendall and Joy Jones on behalf of Daniel Galli, 16, are named as the plaintiffs.

The suit seeks nominal damages, including a change to district policy and reimbursement of lawyer and legal fees.

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