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A mother is suing the Waukesha School District after saying that her son had contracted COVID-19 from a classmate. Continuing report: Shannon Jensen of the Coronavirus in Wisconsin filed a lawsuit in federal court on October 5 against the Waukesha School District and the school board. Jensen is seeking to order the school district to comply with the ban on COVID-19 guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. According to the lawsuit, the board of directors cancelled the requirement for students to wear masks and other COVID-19 mitigation measures in May. The lawsuit alleges that a classmate of Jensen’s son came to Rossglen Elementary School in September with symptoms and did not wear a mask. Jensen’s son was sitting next to the sick student, wearing a mask, but was still infected. Her two other sons later tested positive. The lawsuit alleges that the school district “recklessly refused to implement reasonable COVID-19 mitigation measures” and that her son and other students “…threw into the COVID-19 “snake pit”.” The lawsuit requires A class-action lawsuit in the case may extend any ruling to the school district in Wisconsin. “There are many parents who cannot bring a suit in their own school district, but they are frustrated that their school board only listens to the opinions of the noisiest person in the room, and does not necessarily accept the suggestion that Jensen’s attorney, Jensen, in this case. Frederick Melms (Frederick Melms) said. School board chairman Joseph Cuomo declined to comment on the lawsuit. Minocqua Brewing Company Super PAC is funding the lawsuit. The brewing company is run by Kirk Bonstad. Kirk Ba​​ngstad), he expressed dissatisfaction with the way the administration of former President Donald Trump (Donald Trump) responded to the pandemic. Last year, he and current Republican state Rep. Rob Swillingen (Rob Swearingen)’s election failed. Sign up for the coronavirus email alert from WISN and use the WISN 12 app to get breaking news alerts. Follow us: Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | YouTube

A mother is suing the Waukesha School District after saying that her son has contracted COVID-19 from a classmate.

Continued report: Coronavirus in Wisconsin

Shannon Jensen filed a lawsuit in federal court on October 5 against the Waukesha School District and the school board.

Jensen is seeking an injunction to order the region to comply with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s COVID-19 guidelines.

According to the lawsuit, the board of directors cancelled the requirement for students to wear masks and other COVID-19 mitigation measures in May.

The lawsuit alleges that a classmate of Jensen’s son came to Rossglen Elementary School in September with symptoms and did not wear a mask.

Jensen’s son was sitting next to the sick student, wearing a mask, but was still infected.

Her two other sons also later tested positive.

The lawsuit alleges that the school district “refusing to implement reasonable COVID-19 mitigation measures regardless of the consequences,” and that her son and other students “…threw her son and other students into the’snake pit’ of COVID-19.”

The lawsuit calls for a class action lawsuit in the case, which may extend any rulings to Wisconsin school districts.

“There are many parents who can’t bring a suit in their own school district, but they are frustrated that their school board only listens to the opinions of the loudest person in the room, not necessarily accepting advice from experts,” said Jensen’s lawyer Fernandez. Frederick Melmes said.

The lawsuit does not seek monetary compensation.

Joseph Cuomo, chairman of the school board, declined to comment on the lawsuit.

Minocqua Brewing Company Super PAC is funding the lawsuit.

The brewing company is owned by Kirk Bangstad, who expressed dissatisfaction with the way the administration of former President Donald Trump responded to the pandemic.

Last year, he lost his election against Rob Swearingen, the current Republican state Rep. Rob Swearingen.

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