Nov 272022
 November 27, 2022  Posted by  Breaches, Court, U.S., Youth & Schools

Ed Treleven reports:

A former Middleton High School student said in a lawsuit filed Wednesday that the district defamed him and violated his privacy rights in January by sending a mass text message to parents and other students naming him as someone believed to have brought a gun to the school.

The lawsuit, filed in Dane County Circuit Court, states that the message sent out by Middleton High School Principal Peg Shoemaker violated the 15-year-old boy’s privacy rights and “caused many of its recipients to believe that (the boy) had brought a gun to school and was a dangerous, violent lawbreaker.”


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