Shenandoah School Corporation sued by student’s family
by IPR News
February 21, 2011
The Shenandoah School Corporation is being sued by a Henry County teenager and his family. The lawsuit, filed in Henry County Circuit Court, says in late 2009, then 16-year-old James Bethea lost the tip of his right ring finger when his agriculture teacher told him to help load a cattle feeder onto a trailer. The suit, which seeks unspecified damages, claims the school district failed to properly supervise students. Shenandoah Schools had not commented on the pending lawsuit.
- Network Indiana